WINNEBAGO, Minn.—Minnesota Regular Baptist Camp at Bass Lake marked its 50th anniversary with a Jubilee Celebration to remember God’s blessings of the past and look forward to His leading in the future. Special guests for the day—joining the 281 attendees—were John Greening, GARBC national representative, and his wife, Daria. Koleesa Amundson, a harpist from New Prague, Minn., as well as a musical team from Maranatha Baptist Bible College, ministered in music. Guests viewed a pictorial history of the camp and heard former camp director Paul Lobb (1985–2000) share insights from his years of leadership at the camp. This year the camp built a new dining hall and kitchen. The building will be insured for nearly $1 million but was built at a cost of only $460,000 through many donations and the sweat equity of friends. Camp officials recognized contractors and other workers for their service before cutting the ribbon and dedicating the building to the Lord.
- Read Minnesota Regular Baptist Camp’s building update.