Cottage #80

This winterized cottage is situated on a 16,400 sq.ft. lot in the woods and features 2 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen, and living room with a total living space of 600 sq. ft.
 
It could be a nature lover’s paradise with mature trees, wild flowers and forest animals abound. Use of a swimming lake, boat dock, playground are amenities when you own this property.
 
Asking Price: $35,000.
 
Contact: Sanusi at the Cedar Lake Ministries office, 219-374-5941

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Winter Market 2019 Partnership Event

Cedar Lake Ministries and the Cedar Lake Farmers Market are teaming up to present the Winter Market on the Lake. This one-of-a-kind event will feature booths from nearly 100 local vendors and will take place on the grounds of Cedar Lake Ministries. The Winter Market will be indoors for your warmth and convenience and is taking place December 6-7, 2019. For more details on this new and exciting event, visit cedarlakeministries.org/winter-market-on-the-lake.

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Enroll Today in Mission Movers

It is that time of year when seasonal celebrations cause us to reflect on the numerous blessings that merit thankfulness. It is with this sentiment in mind that we invite you to partner with us by becoming a Mission Mover. This monthly giving platform provides CLM with the necessary funds to pursue our mission of building healthy community by enriching families and sharing the Gospel. If you are not currently enrolled, we invite you to contact our office for more details.
 
As a Mission Mover, you will be eligible for the following:
  • Invitation to a private luncheon with our Executive Director, Brent Knoll
  • Invitation to ministry vision luncheons scheduled throughout the year, for you and a guest who is not currently familiar with CLM
  • Access to submit personal prayer needs
  • Mission Movers decal
 
To join Mission Movers, visit our website at www.cedarlakeministries.org/mission-movers.

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CLHA Comes to Torrey Auditorium

The Cedar Lake Historical Association History Road Show returns for its 3rd season with their “Summer Resort Fun” presentations that will explore six of the most significant historic Cedar Lake resorts. Each month they’ll “pop-up” at a different property located near the original site of the resorts.
 
Their next event will be in Torrey Auditorium on Thursday, November 7, 2019, from 6-7 PM, to teach about the history of Torrey back when it was part of Monon Park. Participation is free, but RSVP is required due to various venue capacities. Reserve your seat at www.cedarlakehistory.org.

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Man Camp 2019 Promo Video

Our MasterCamp team put together a promotional video for our 2019 Man Camp, and what an incredible job they did! We’re even more pumped for our fall retreats. Let us know what you think of the video by clicking through to our YouTube channel and leaving us a comment.

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GoPro Video of the 5K Impact Run

Cedar Lake Ministries’ MasterCamp team recently set out to capture footage of the 5K Impact Run route, using a GoPro and a golf cart. The video was then edited in-house to make it accessible to those who are curious about the route.
 
The video shows a first-person view of the route that will be run at the Cedar Lake Ministries 5K Impact Run on October 5, 2019. The terrain includes paved and unpaved paths as well as some small hills. The route will take runners and walkers right by beautiful Cedar Lake, as well as around the grounds of Cedar Lake Ministries and into the local community.
 
To register for the 5K Impact Run, visit www.cedarlakeministries.org/impact-run. Early registrants receive a t-shirt. Runners and walkers of all ages are encouraged to come. We can’t wait to see you at this family-friendly event!
 

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2019 Summer Camp Recap

“The kids and I have had tears thinking that this is it for the summer. They don’t want to go back to school; they want to come to camp!”
-Parent

“We had a rough school year and I was looking for a way for my son to just be happy and be a kid.”
-Parent

“Since my daughter has been going to Day Camp, she has learned a lot more Scripture, and she comes home with all these words of the day and tries to put them into practice. I love it and am grateful!”
-Parent
 
“My daughter wants to be baptized as a result of being here this summer.”
-Parent
 
“I get to meet new friends and learn more about Jesus.”
-Camper
 
“My favorite thing about Day Camp is learning about God and Jesus.”
-Camper

   Cedar Lake Ministries exists to “provide a life-changing environment for evangelism and spiritual growth.”
The environment is the beautiful grounds that is God’s creation, partnered with programmatic elements that enhance a Day Camper’s experience. In Romans 1:20, it says, “For His invisible attributes, namely, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made.” As children were involved in camp and interacted with God’s wonderful creation, their eyes were opened to a loving Creator that desires to be in relationship with them. Evangelism occurred as Team Leaders shared the gospel through making salvation/gospel bracelets with their campers, an 8-year-old boldly shared his testimony of salvation during session times, sessions were grounded in the truth of Scripture, and life change occurred when decisions were made to be saved.
 
   As the summer progressed we saw a steady increase in Day Campers returning for multiple weeks. As a result, this gave Team Leaders an opportunity to build relationships that lead to deeper spiritual conversations that fostered spiritual growth. These conversations led to decisions of obedience by deciding to be baptized, committing to reading their Bibles and pray faithfully, and taking their experiences and living out lessons and small group sessions. This is what makes Catalyst Day Camp distinctively different from other camps: remaining faithful to God and the mission laid out before us, and, as a result, life change occurs!
 
   We served 497 campers this year. What an incredible responsibility and blessing for our Summer Staff and our year-round staff, as well as all of our volunteers. These campers teach us just as much as we strive to teach them. We continue to pray that the seeds that have been planted will grow and flourish and that their hearts will be directed toward Christ and His overwhelming love for them. We pray that they would strive to meet His purposes for their lives and would seek to glorify God in all they do.

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Campers Interviewed for Appreciation Banquet

Cedar Lake Ministries wanted to say a big thank you to our volunteers and supporters who came to our 2019 Appreciation Banquet on August 25th. We put together a video interviewing four campers who came for a good portion of our All-Summer Day Camp. These campers shared from their hearts what CLM meant to them. Our camps can’t happen without the help of our volunteers and support of our donors. We sincerely thank everyone who helped kids like these campers come to camp this year.

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Childcare Available for Two CLM Events

Childcare will be available for two of our events this year: our fall Stand Up for Cedar Lake Ministries comedy night and silent auction on September 12, 2019, as well as our Christmas Concert on December 7, 2019. Childcare costs $5 per child for all ages; a meal is provided. Please call the CLM office with any questions or to reserve childcare for the events at (219) 374-5941.

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Young Woman with Little Girl

Joni & Friends Chicago Partners with Cedar Lake Ministries

Young Woman with Little Girl
Joni & Friends Chicago and Cedar Lake Ministries have begun a new partnership to offer a special needs week-long retreat to families with disabilities! We’re so excited to host the first Chicago Urban Family Retreat that Joni & Friends is putting on! Joni & Friends’ worldwide family retreats give families affected by disability the opportunity to retreat, relax, and refresh in an encouraging, safe, accessible, and Christ-centered environment. Families will get to experience the loving and fun environment of camp, enjoying worship, teaching, and age-appropriate activities. It’s also our honor to treat them like royalty, as children of our living God, and to make sure they are able to experience an environment that allows meaningful connections to happen between families that understand the challenges and triumphs of living with disability.
 
If you’re interested in learning more or signing your family up for the retreat, visit Joni & Friends’ website for more information.


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