Challenge Goal for the Ensure the Adventure Campaign

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The inside of the conference room space during the summer of 2019.
The Mission Builders looking out the chapel wall during the summer of 2019.

2019 Mission Builders

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The Mission Builders have started to arrive and are preparing to start construction on the Christian Center expansion. It is an exciting time at Metigoshe Ministries. Remember you can work right alongside the Mission Builders and volunteer for a few hours, a day, week or whatever your schedule allows. For more information, contact Deb Syvertson or Laura Halvorson at 701-263-4788. Click Here to see the names and photos of this year’s Mission Builders team.

The “Footprint” – New Conference Center

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With the success of the Ensure the Adventure campaign and the development of exciting new design plans, it is now possible to begin work on the new conference facilities at the Lakeside Christian Center. The new facility will include:

  • Six sleeping rooms
  • Conference/meeting rooms
  • Offices
  • Sauna
  • Kitchen
  • Faith Memorial Chapel

 

Doris Slaaten’s Generosity Blesses Ensure The Adventure

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Doris Slaaten, long-time Camp Metigoshe supporter and leader, has made a generous $250,000 pledge to Ensure the Adventure. Doris, who served as campaign chair for the Center of Life Appeal more than 20 years ago, also served as a Metigoshe Ministries’ board member.
A much beloved Minot State University professor and philanthropist, shared this about her gift to Metigoshe Ministries: “I have been involved with Metigoshe Ministries for 30 years. I served on the board from 1987-1995, have been active since, and look forward to continue supporting the ministry that happens at Metigoshe Ministries.”

Ensure the Adventure Reaches $3 Million!

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The Ensure the Adventure has received $3,006,152.87 in gifts and pledges as of
June 20. This ensures that all the Phase I projects of the campaign can be completed as pledges are paid. It also means that attention may now turn to the planning for Phase II projects later this summer and that additional campaign efforts continue toward the $4.5 million campaign goal.