1. Ladies’ Fellowship Winter Prayer Retreat

    March 1, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - March 3, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
  2. Ladies’ Fellowship Spring Retreat

    April 26, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - April 28, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
  3. Ladies’ Fellowship Pre-Camp Prayer Retreat

    July 10, 2019 - July 11, 2019

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Men With Vision Fall Work Week

Men With Vision (MWV) had a productive work week October 22 - 28, 2018.  The participation was very good good:  16 men helped with projects designated by Winky throughout the week.  Meals were graciously provided by eight ladies who were also on the campground. There were three work projects: Motel:  Renovated five Motel rooms Annex [...]

Men With Vision Fall Work Week

Join Men With Vision as they gather October 22 - 27, 2018 at the campground to assist Winky with numerous projects!  Please consider coming for at least one day; it would be GREAT if you came for the entire week! Men With Vision has made many significant contributions to the campground through their repair, construction [...]

2018 5K Run/Walk for Missions Results

Congratulations to our 2018 Winners: Adult Male:  Jonathan Gomez @ 17:53 Adult Female:  Mary Howell Hafner @ 22:42 Child Under 12:  Daniel Hearn @ 25:32 There were 145 Runners/Walkers; 3 dogs and 1 Puppet & Ventriloquist!  Proceeds for this year's event were appropriately $10,000.  This brings the approximate total for the nine years of 5K's [...]

Financial Facts for our Camp Family

When given a tour of our campground, visitors often ask:  "All of this is done for 10 days?" Many people have difficulty understanding that such effort and expense is devoted to only 10 days a year for camp meeting.  Historically, 10 days each year is the very heart and soul of Indian Springs Holiness Camp [...]

Why I’m Involved with Men With Vision

Gentry Cohran writes:  "Five years ago, Rob Roy MacGregor encouraged me to become involved with Men With Vision (MWV).  I"m not a speaker or a biblical scholar.  I'm in good health, and I can contribute my time to MWV work projects on the campground as my ministry to serve. I've been able to share my [...]

Snackateria Trivia

In 1953, the Board of Trustees appointed A.L. Luce and Lawrence Houston of Fort Valley, Georgia, to consider the idea of building a "refreshment and recreation center for the youth".  However, the idea wasn't met with 100% enthusiasm. Some people objected to the idea because they thought such a social center would "hinder the spiritual [...]

Meet Whitney Keane, New Snackateria Manager

The new manager at the Snackateria is Whitney Keane of Alpharetta, Georgia.  Whitney's love of the Snackateria began at age 14 when Linda and Kirby Tracy were mangers in the mid-1980s.  Whitney and the Tracy's son, Scott, would make ice cream and "roll the coins" after an evening's work at the Snack.  Whitney reflects, "It [...]

Muehleisens Are 2018 Missionaries

Indian Springs welcomes John and Beth Muehleisen from Uganda as our 2018 missionaries.  The Muehleisens have served with World Gospel Mission (WGM) for 32 years. John is the regional strategist for WGM Africa, working with mission and national church ministry teams to clarify goals, develop plans and execute with discipline and excellence.  Beth is a [...]

Finding a New Camp Meeting Home

In 2015, an invitation was extended to several northern churches and camp meetings to attend the annual Ladies' Fellowship Spring Retreat at Indian Springs.  Peggy Jo Stamper accepted the invitation and arrived on the campground, not sure what to expect. In her earlier years, Peggy Jo had attended a camp meeting through her Nazarene Church [...]

A Heart for Honduras

For several years, Joe and Lizel Peterson of Fort Valley, Georgia, have been part of the Indian Springs Mission Team in Choluteca, Honduras.  The Petersons serve through The Lizzie Project, as USA-based ministry that shares Christ's love by providing educational opportunities in Honduras. Lizel gave her personal testimony at the recent Ladies' Fellowship Retreat in [...]