Scheduled & Past work teams

Needs and Wishes:

  • Gravel for Gazebo Floor
  • Permanent Windows for Cabins–DONATED!
  • Well-Drilling help
  • Video Projector for Lodge–DONATED!
  • Use of Heavy Equipment, always
  • Regular, every month donations for the upkeep and development of our facility

Past Work Teams

  • June 2 – 10, 2011: Lightshine Ministries, Pennsylvania
  • June 15 – 23, 2011: Rabbit Creek Church, Anchorage
  • June 24 – 30, 2011: Ogema Baptist, Ogema, Wisconsin
  • August 2011: Lightshine Ministries, Pennsylvania
  • 2012 – LightShine Ministries & Rabbit Creek Community Church
  • 2013 – LightShine Ministries, Rabbit Creek Community Church & West Shore Evangelical Free
  • 2014 – LightShine Ministries, Rabbit Creek Community Church & West Shore Evangelical Free

West Shore Evangelical Free

west shore group picture

LightShine Ministries, Pennsylvania

The work mission team, LightShine, from Pennsylvania

Tom Denlinger, Director
LightShine has a ministry to help Bible camps and organizations in need in the State of Alaska. They form a skilled labor team and spend a week working very hard. This summer, they will be helping to connect our new septic system with all the water systems that were installed in 2011. LightShine built our first two cabins, polished the logs on the lodge, and built the utility addition on the back of the lodge. They have cut a lot of firewood, and their father-son team blazes hiking trails for our campers.

In the summer of 2010, LightShine sent Dennis and Jane Schlossman to serve for the entire month of July. Jane was our camp cook. Dennis was the camp handyman-medic-cook’s helper.

Rabbit Creek Community Church, Anchorage

www.rabbitcreekchurch.orgThe work mission team from Rabbit Creek Community Church, Anchorage

Summer of 2011 will be the third year that Rabbit Creek Community is coming to
minister at Globe Creek Camp. Their group of adults and teens has donated and installed tile for the lodge kitchen, cut firewood, donated one of our water storage tanks, helped blaze hiking trails, and donated towards our new restrooms and showers.

The Reynolds Family, Texas

This extended family from East Texas has found a place toThe Reynolds family work team from Texas serve an organization each summer for many years. This was their opportunity to try Alaska. They heard of the camp through Steve and Kayla Bouldin. In their energetic week of service, the roofs of the cabins were completed.
No more tarps!

Local Volunteers

  • Diligent men and women from Freedom in Christ Church in the North Pole.
  • Hard working men and women from Shelter Bible Church in Fairbanks.
  • Nick Dynes – bulldozer operator, a lineman who put up our rope swing.


And a very sincere thank you to the many volunteer individuals, families and groups not mentioned here. To all that have worked tirelessly to help make the camp what it is today. May God continue to richly and abundantly bless each one of you.

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