“Sir,” they said, “we would like to see Jesus.”
Camp Fall Reunion
November 11, 2023
All are welcome for a meal and time to fellowship with camp friends and family. Mark your calendars, you don't want to miss this opportunity!
We strive to keep the cost for a week of Camp low so that it is available to all. Currently, a week of Camp costs $190 per camper which is a fraction of what it costs the camp in food, insurance, maintenance, etc. We depend on these donations and trust the Lord to provide what is needed each Summer to make up this difference.
Using this new payment portal you can now donate one-time or monthly via Card or Bank Draft. Donating to the Camp has never been so easy!
*Note: Zeffy does not collect any money from the camp payment, however you will be asked if you would like to donate to Zeffy for this service. This money does NOT go to camp and is OPTIONAL. To bypass this, just type "0" in the box.
Camp WeWoSeJe is committed to reaching America for Christ since 1961. Camp WeWoSeJe is an inter-denominational faith based camping ministry whose purpose is to evangelize, congregate and disciple the yet unreached people of Southern Illinois and the surrounding areas with an emphasis on youth. Click here to learn more about the Camp.
"InFaith is moved by the call to reach locally right here in the United States. We want to be a part of God's change in others even as God is constantly changing us. We try to find the dark places in our local communities and see where Jesus needs to shine by calling people to conversion and discipling them in their walk of faith. We visit the prisoner and the widow. We clothe the naked and feed the hungry. We participate in God's work in our local communities to bring about God's vision for "on earth as it is in heaven" (Matthew 6:10)."
After seeing the need in their community, the Hoffmans began ministering to local youth as directors of Camp WeWoSeJe(“We Would See Jesus”). The camp specializes in providing a camping experience for youth who typically can’t afford to go to camp. Keeping camp affordable means, among other things, relying on volunteers to serve as first-aid providers, lifeguards, construction workers, plumbers, song leaders, and teachers.
Tim also serves as a Field Director, ministering to other InFaith missionaries and their families. Some of the Hoffmans’ other ministries include teen clubs, Bible studies, church ministry, discipleship programs, a bus ministry, and college retreats.