MLBC Women's Camp 2023
Friday, September 15
Saturday, September 16
Ladies! Please join us for a weekend getaway just for gals! Friday evening is a relaxing time together, and Saturday includes sessions, fun activities, and delicious food. Please come be a part of this amazing time with the Lord and with other ladies!
Friday & Saturday- $75 Per Person
Saturday Only- $60 Per Person
A note from Suzanne:
"The joy of the Lord is our Strength." Nehemiah 8:10
This little verse can be so familiar and comforting. But how does it actually work? In the midst of normal every day life and also in the frustrating, discouraging, or even tragic, how does the joy of the Lord become our strength and even our peace? I can't wait to share what I have learned and dive into God's word together. I am praying for each of you and for our weekend away together!
Friday activities included:
Donna's Dip Bar
Saturday activities included:
Two Chapel Sessions with Suzanne
Brunch and Dinner
Service Project (see * below)
*Instead of a silent auction, we will be putting together goodie bags for the Gospel mission to share with the ladies that walk through their door. This will be done using donations, which will be collected in place of the silent auction. Cash or check donations can be dropped off at the church office, at the LIFT table, or up at camp.
What to bring
Bible, towel, sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, flashlight, notepad and pen, clothing for all weather, sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle, and tennis (hiking) shoes
Guest Speaker Bio
Suzanne Berryessa lives in Medford, OR with her husband Drew and their three daughters. She has been a follower of Jesus her entire life, raised in a strong Christian family. And she has been an investigator of, and a lover of Jesus through her entire adult life. In 2004 after having spent a year at Multnomah Bible College and then meeting and marrying Drew, she began to serve with him at Portland Fellowship, a ministry in Portland, Oregon to adults pursuing healing, freedom, and Jesus in the midst of their hurts and desires. Serving there and walking with people through their pain, and then becoming a mother continued to impress on her the desire to know God more and to seek to understand how God has made people wholistically- mind, body, and spirit. In 2014 Suzanne’s husband began a speaking career through the creation of the nonprofit ministry, A Living Letter. The purpose of the ministry is to speak to churches on the topic of sexuality and culture, bringing a response of biblical truth and Christlike love. In 2016 the family moved from Portland to Medford to join a church staff. Currently Suzanne is on the Board of A Living Letter and on the Board of another local nonprofit, Emmaus Road Ministries. She is humbled and honored to share what she has learned along her journey.
The joy of the Lord is our strength