Oak Hills Fellowship

Bemidji, MN

Founded: 1926

Tel: (218) 751-8670

Website: http://www.oakhills.edu

Top LeaderDr. Martin Giese

Donor Contact: Mrs. Leesa Drury

Member Since: January 1, 1980

ECFA Charter Member


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $855,762
   Noncash Donations $6,000
   Other Revenue $1,744,923
   Total Revenue $2,606,685
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $3,330,482
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-723,797
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-723,797
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Total Assets $8,348,252
Total Liabilities $2,586,719
Net Assets $5,761,533
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Oak Hills Christian Fellowship consists of four ministry branches: Oak Hills Christian College, Camp Oak Hills, the Center for Indian Ministries and Church Ministries. Oak Hills Christian College is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education and offers bachelor degrees, associate degrees, and a one-year certificate in biblical studies. Camp Oak Hills provides summer youth camps and adult retreats. Center for Indian Ministries works with Native Americans and offers discipleship and ministry training at its training facility, Mokahum Ministry Center. Church Ministries serves regional churches through networking, collaboration, and church assistance.

Christian camping has proven to be one of the most powerful tools for bringing young people to Christ. Adventures in God’s creation, removal of everyday distractions, and time with caring staff members are key components in the camping experience.
The purpose of Center for Indian Ministries is to strengthen the Native Church. Mokahum Ministry Center equips Native believers in a culturally relevant setting through biblical education, ministry training, and character formation.
In addition to preparing students for ministry and marketplace careers, Oak Hills Christian College equips them to be salt and light in a hurting world. Oak Hills graduates are making a difference in their homes, careers, churches, and communities.
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  • Place of Worship & Spirituality
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  • Evangelism
  • Education: College and University (primary)
  • Discipleship
  • Missions: International
  • Pastoral Support
  • Bible Training
  • Family, Marriage and Children's Services
  • Missions: Domestic
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  • Camps and Conferences
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