Living Streams Church to host men’s camping trip in Payson

Living Streams Church encouraged its male members to join the men’s camping trip in Payson. (Photo taken from Living Streams Church’s website)

Living Streams Church will hold its Camping Trip for men from Friday to Sunday, March 24 to 26, at the Payson campsite.

The church’s website encouraged its male members to participate in fellowship and adventure. They noted that the church van would be available for those who come early. 

Adult Ministries

In another section, Living Streams Church posted ministries they offer for its adult members. They said the men gather every Tuesday for breakfast in the chapel while the women hold their Bible studies on Wednesday mornings.

In addition, they stated that women have a small group after breakfast to discuss various topics. 

Moreover, the church provided opportunities for couples wherein they host periodic conferences or getaways. They noted that they focused on empowering their relationship with Jesus and their partner. 

According to them, they also provide referrals to professional marriage counselors. 

More importantly, the church has a program for seniors where they meet on Wednesday afternoons in the Worship Center Lounge.

Healthy Local Church

The About section emphasized that the Living Streams Church emerged as a healthy local church that grows God’s Kingdom. They revealed that Mark and Kristina Buckley founded the church in their living room in 1984. 

According to them, the church is a multi-generational community of believers of Jesus. They believe they are on a mission to proclaim God’s glory, build strong people, and engage in society’s pain. 

Besides, they think bringing a quality, sincere heart of worship could help people discover a home, find family, and experience development in their connection with Jesus at the church. 

They also believe that preaching God’s word could help the people in every generation to have a deeper understanding of Jesus.

About Payson Campground 

The Payson Campground highlighted that they are in the heart of Arizona Rim Country. They emphasized that Good Sam gave them high-quality ratings. They added that RV Resort had its highest marks for the cleanliness of their facilities. 

In addition, they stated that the campground is family owned and operated. They anticipate welcoming visitors and sharing some of the Arizona RV Campground experience.

Campers could enjoy incredible cool nights and beautiful sky-blue days. They said they could relax in the cool, refreshing mountain air with some of the most beautiful Ponderosa pines. 

As further mentioned, they said that Ponderosa pines are a mountain camping resort at their best. 

Moreover, Payson Campground has knowledgeable and friendly staff, and campers can bring their pets as long as they are on a leash, as added on the website. They could also have fun with various activities and entertainment.

The website said they could also enjoy local attractions at the campsite all year round.

Feedback from Campers

In another section, the campground posted some feedback from the campers. David R. from Van Nuys, California, noted that they had an excellent stop overnight at the reservation lake. 

He said it was easy for them to check in, and they were impressed with clean showers and beautiful grounds.

Meanwhile, Michelle D. from Rio Rancho, NM, said they had an incredible time. She emphasized that the campsite is perfectly groomed and the staff amiable. 


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