Built on the Solid Rock (2019 theme)
The RMMBA family camp will be held July 6-10, 2020 at Camp Eden near Golden, Colorado.
- Bradley Road MBC, Colorado Springs, CO
- Greeley MBC, Greeley, CO
- Landmark MBC, Lakewood, CO
2020 Camp Officers
- Jeffery Barron, Camp Director
- Eddie Vigil, Assistant Camp Director
- Trish Elizalde (Landmark MBC Treasurer), Secretary-Treasurer
- Kathy Rademacher, Sports and Recreation (S&R)
- Sue McGowan, Sports and Recreation (S&R) Assistant
- Sam Powell, Music
- Eddie Vigil, Education
- Judy Powell, Arts and Crafts
- Due to Camp Director 1 Month Prior to Camp
- Camp Pre-registration Form | PDF | (Updated 1 July 2017)
- RMMBA Camper Allergy Form | PDF | (Updated 19 December 2015)
- Bring to Camp for Each Camper
- Camp Eden/RMMBA Release Form* | ODT | PDF | (Updated 27 August 2017, Rev -)
- Camp Check List | ODT | PDF
- Camp Rules | ODT | PDF | (Updated 4 October 2014)
- Camp Schedule of Activities | ODT | PDF | (Updated 7 May 2017)
*Required for all campers
2020 Camp Planning Meeting 1
- Hosted by Greeley MBC, Greeley, CO on October 5, 2019 at 9:00 AM.
- Combined with RMMBA FFF.
2020 Camp Planning Meeting 2
- Hosted by Bradley Road MBC, Colorado Springs, CO on February 1 or 8, 2020 at 9:00 AM.
- Combined with RMMBA FFF.
2020 Camp Teachers
- Jason Laufenberg, Adult
- Eddie Vigil (TBD), High School (grades 9-12)
- Eddie Vigil (TBD), Junior High (grades 6-8)
- Eddie Vigil (TBD), Junior (grades 4-5)
- Kathy Rademacher (TBD), Primary (grades 1-3)
- Kathy Rademacher (TBD), Tiny Tots (grades K or younger)
2020 Camp Preachers
- Jason Laufenberg, Monday night
- Eddie Vigil, Tuesday night
- Jason Laufenberg, Wednesday night
- Eddie Vigil, Thursday night
2020 Camp Devotionals
- Eddie Vigil, Monday afternoon (orientation)
- Jason Laufenberg, Tuesday morning
- Eddie Vigil, Wednesday morning
- Jason Laufenberg, Thursday morning
- Eddie Vigil, Friday morning
2020 Cabin Inspectors
- Cabin Leaders/Adults, girls
- Cabin Leaders/Adults, boys
There will not be a camper fee set, but camp is not free. Camp is expensive, but all of the costs associated with camp (food, snacks, lodging, crafts, t-shirts, etc.) will be covered with offerings from the churches.
Consider the time when God said to Moses, “Speak unto the children of Israel, that they bring me an offering: of every man that giveth it willingly with his heart ye shall take my offering” (Exodus 25:2). The context was bringing money and materials for the construction of the tabernacle. Later, we find that the “children of Israel brought a willing offering unto the LORD, every man and woman, whose heart made them willing to bring for all manner of work, which the LORD had commanded to be made by the hand of Moses” (Exodus 35:29). Finally, we can observe that the “people bring much more than enough for the service of the work, which the LORD commanded to make” (Exodus 36:5).
Everyone, whether they go to camp or not, should be encouraged to bring offerings “willingly with his heart” (Exodus 25:2) because “God loveth a cheerful giver” (II Corinthians 9:7). Giving to the Lord is a blessing that all can enjoy.