Read what’s happening in the UGM community - residents, staff, volunteers.

We are bound together by our stories.

3 Ways UGM Campers Make Lifelong Memories

May 16, 2018 2:16:05 PM

Siblings Caden and Teryn, 11 and 9, had never been to summer camp before they went to UGM Camp last summer – free of charge.

“We wanted to send them, but we didn’t have the resources,” says their mom, Lori. “It’s just wonderful. They get a chance to do this even if the family’s not necessarily able to.”

Thanks to our UGM Camp sponsors and volunteers, each summer hundreds of children from low-income local neighborhoods get an unforgettable week of enjoying nature, building friendships, and hearing about Jesus’ love for them.


What the Kids in Juvenile Detention Want to Know

May 10, 2018 1:53:31 PM

The inmates in Juvenile Detention don’t need another person to tell them what they are doing wrong. Christa discovered that what they desperately need is for someone to tell them that they have a perfect Father who created and loves them.

Student Impact: Like Family

Aug 23, 2017 10:11:40 AM

Resident intern Shatara Flowers loves everything about serving with UGM Student Impact and ministering to at-risk youth in the Spokane area.

UGM Camp: Much More than Fun and Games

May 16, 2017 1:13:56 PM

UGM Camp is more than five free days of fun in a beautiful place. Campers learn and grow in ways that will stay with them forever.

The Young and the Homeless: Fighting Poverty at its Roots

May 9, 2017 1:10:50 PM

Generational cycles of poverty can hold children back for the rest of their lives. Youth Outreach exists to break those cycles.

Camp Reflection: Kids Like Us

Sep 2, 2016 4:57:28 PM

Children who come to UGM Camp are broken just like us and need to be exposed to the love of Christ just like us.

Empowering Youth: Adam

May 27, 2016 5:06:11 PM

As an intern on the UGM Student Impact Team, Adam has taught, mentored, and led youth at UGM shelters, local high schools, and Juvenile Detention.

Empowering Youth: Christa

May 24, 2016 4:11:20 PM

After coming to Spokane to go to Moody Bible Institute, Christa quickly recognized a need and wanted to get involved helping at-risk youth.

Spokane Barista Academy

May 10, 2016 5:13:26 PM

Turns out, coffee may just empower at-risk youth to avoid the cycle of poverty, homelessness, and addiction.

Lose the Label: Delinquent

Feb 19, 2016 9:52:27 AM

Every Wednesday and Sunday there’s a particular group of youth who gather to hear and discuss the word of God, share stories, ask questions and pray.