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GreenLakeMagazine.com | 33 to build Gods kingdom. The focus is on training pastors and new church planters, family and youth camps, and retreats. One of the programs, Quest, is a weeklong dynamic and transformative iݫiiVivޜ̅܅ʅ>i completed grades 6-12 and their adult leaders. Offered four times in the summer, each week offers a new opportunity to encounter Christ while iݫiiV}Vi>̈>ii Lake. Through worship, Bible study, and high-energy activities, participants are encouraged to grow in both their personal relationship with God as well as in their relationship with each other. Another program, the Center v ViiViʈ }i}>̈> i>iÅ]ʅiï݈}VVi recapture health and vitality through serving their communities. The program has helped more than 300 pastors rediscover joy in their vocation. GLCC serves more than 4,000 people a year at family conferences and family reunions, and more than 8,000 kids >ޜ̅V>ð Viiʓiï} The Golf Courses of Lawsonia are rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest magazine. The Links, rated #3 overall golf courses in Wisconsin and #55 Classic courses in the United States, is dened by tall fescue grass, raised greens, and daunting bunkers. The Woodlands has tree-lined fairways, challenging water hazards, and a fun par-three cliff hole with a 65-foot drop. For more information about Green Lake Conference Center visit glcc.org or call (920) 294-3323. facebook.com/ glccaba. Jean Cornelius is the Communications Director at Green Lake Conference Center. Photographs provided by Green Lake Conference Center. space and accommodations (premium hotel rooms/suites, lakefront and forest houses, dorms, cabins, and campsites) are available for rental groups of up to 1,000. Two additional dining rooms are located within the main dining room. Ideal for small-group breakfasts, luncheons, and banquets, each seats over 80. With 30,000 square feet of meeting space and full dining and banquet food service, many options i݈̜ʓiiVviiViʘiið The Centers hub of activity, Kraft Centre, includes a registration lobby and Bauer Dining Room where buffet- style meals are served. A variety of recreational opportunities include boating and lake swimming, tower climbing, disc golf, biking, hiking, basketball, tennis, volleyball, horseshoes, arts & crafts, soccer, and shopping at Worldwide Gifts. GreenLakeMagazine.com | 33