Welcome to LeTourneau

80 years serving in the spirit of Christ

Since 1934, the ministry of LeTourneau has been to provide hospitality through lodging, meals and a beautiful location reflecting God's glorious creation along the shore of Canandaigua Lake. By serving in the spirit of Christ, LeTourneau enables ministry leaders to help others grow in knowledge of God's Word, or renew their relationship to Him as a result of time here for youth or family camps, church retreats, seminar trainings, special events, or quiet getaways. In 2014, our board of directors has an historic opportunity to move our ministry into a new era: if $850,000 can be raised by Dec. 31 to secure the deed to the property, reimbursing our former overseers, Family Life Ministries, then LeTourneau can move into additional phases of a capital campaign to upgrade facilities and increase the services we offer. (Note: As of August, the amount needed was reduced by FLM to $600,000.) Our vision is so much more than securing the deed, but that is where we must begin. Earlier this year, we broke the $100,000 mark but there is still quite a mountain to climb in a few short months. Please visit additional pages on this site for more information, prayerfully consider giving your time, treasure or talents to this ministry and tell others in your church, small group, neighborhood or circle of influence. Beginning in September, LeTourneau ambassadors will be available to share PowerPoint presentations on the Lighting Our Future campaign, tailored to the time constraint and size of your group. A 2.5 min. video appeal is also available to pastors and churches for use in worship services. Please contact the Camp Office to schedule an ambassador or request more information. 

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Director's Den

Take a look at the Director's Den blog for camp updates, Miller clan news, and some spiritual lessons that Josh Miller has learned over his years here at camp. As you read Josh's posts, please pray for camp as God directs the ministry.