Sociologists tell us that even introverted people will influence an average of 10,000 folks in their lifetime. Just think about that! Someone who is not even trying will impact many. What might one person do if he or she is intentional – as Jesus directed us to be?
Last summer we asked our family campers, “What was most significant or meaningful about your week?” A first-timer responded, “Confirmed my belief in Jesus Christ.”
This Christmas will likely be something uniquely different and more meaningful for this camper. A confirmed belief in Jesus Christ thanks to their experience at Mount Hermon…WOW! In a society that causes us to face fear, futility and frustration much of the time, how many lives will this camper influence for the Kingdom in the years ahead: 100, 1000, 10,000…? At Mount Hermon, Jesus continues to transform lives every week and only He knows the far- reaching Kingdom impact each of those lives will have for eternity.
Thank You for being part of God’s plan and provision for His Mount Hermon ministry. Like the psalmist in Psalm 9, we continue to thank God from full hearts. We are whistling, laughing and jumping for joy. We are singing His songs. Imagine the impact as together we continue pointing people towards Jesus. Better yet, imagine the impact God has put inside you!
This Christmas may you and your family experience God in a deeper way through eyes and hearts that are wide open. Thank you for your faithful prayers and support.
For King & Kingdom,
Vice President of Advancement
"What's happening at Mount Hermon?" We hear that question a lot! Here are just a few stories of lives transformed. Read More →
Lives Transformed is not just limited to guests and campers who come to these sacred grounds. Staff, particularly summer staff, experience ten weeks of their lives being transformed from biblical teaching, serving long and selfless hours and being in a community unlike any other.
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How do you measure the impact of 40 years of ministry? You could count Hymn Sings, piano and organ concerts, conferences and retreats, or any number of other activities that Dave has spear-headed in his time at Mount Hermon.
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I love a good story, especially a great Mount Hermon story! So when I received this encouraging note from a young Family Camp couple, I knew I wanted to share it with you:
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Roger faithfully served as the President and CEO from September, 1993 until September, 2014, when he went home to be with the Lord. He succumbed to complications from the cancer that he called “his insidious dance partner.” Despite his pain, he handled the choreography with grace and transparency. His courage, cheer and selflessness made an indelible impression on thousands of people.
Roger will be remembered for his many personal and professional accomplishments, but mostly he will be remembered for how he loved Jesus and loved people. We gratefully honor Roger and glorify God, who blessed us with his friendship and leadership. We thank the Lord that he allowed Roger to serve as our visionary and capable leader for more than twenty years.
A memorial fund has been established at to help Mount Hermon achieve the envisioned future Williams articulated so eloquently.
Mount Hermon Financial Information
To provide financial transparency, attached is a summary of Mount Hermon’s key financial statements for the last few years.
Should you have any questions about the status of Mount Hermon’s finances, please don’t hesitate to contact Mike Perez, Finance Director, at 831.430.1221
The Advancement Team seeks to minister to everyone who partners with Mount Hermon by building and sustaining relationships with them. Money issues appear four times more than faith or prayer in the Bible and one of every six verses in the Gospels talks about money. In light of this, and in acknowledgment of the Lordship of Jesus Christ, we will: