Day 4: AGELESS Through Camping
Camp Pinnacle Makes Missionaries
God grabbed the heart of a young girl through early mission training in Mission Friends, Girls in Action, and Acteens in one of our Athens, Georgia Baptist churches. He refined that mission call through Camp Pinnacle in North Georgia. This camp in Clayton shaped Sydney Levi for international mission service in East Asia where she served for two years. This 29-year old now attends Southeastern Seminary with her husband, Caleb, in pursuit of a wider ministry.
She remembers weeping for the lost and modeling her Gospel service after Lottie Moon. Her reflections are, “I had a heart for lost people before I knew I was one.” With multiple mentors influencing her to pursue her mission passion, she was heavily discipled by Barbara Curnutt, former Georgia WMU director, and by current Georgia Baptist State Missionary Karen Pace.
As a ninth grader, she was encouraged to make her first mission venture to East Asia. This Athens, Georgia native took her training to heart and says, “We help others to go by our giving.” Mission Georgia funds help support her past and current call and God’s call on the hundreds of girls who annually attend Camp Pinnacle.
Camp Pinnacle was developed and is currently dedicated to training girls of all ages about mission service and ministry. Sydney started as a camper and later became a counselor for 4 years to impact the lives of other girls. The ageless Gospel is teaching girls of all ages truths which transform their lives and lives across our state, nation, and world.
Your gifts help girls of all ages reach all people in all the world.
- Camp Pinnacle director and State Missionary Tabitha Ferrel.
- Salvation and God’s call for girls who attend Camp Pinnacle.
- Camp counselors who mentor and model mission service.