K-Seven Built Upon a Rich Legacy
In 1993 Joe and Debbie-Jo White opened Kanakuk K-Seven, built with the expert help of Spike White, who turned an empty plot of land into what is now one of our highest attendance Kamps at Kanakuk.
Now over 25 years old, K-Seven continues to operate and grow with facilities that have long since outlived their useful life.
As K-Seven continues to grow, so does the need for reimagined facilities that will support its growing summer terms for decades to come.
At K-Seven, I learned what it meant to have my identity in Christ. This gave me a life changing confidence, grounded in Christ, to be a leader and make an impact for the Kingdom.
Building the Legacy Completed Phases
Rebuild K-1, including the dining hall, cabins, pool, office and more.
Renovate Cabins at K-2, K-West, and K-Kountry.
Building the Legacy Current K-Seven Focus
A $10 Million commitment, with K-Seven’s 25 year old facilities being the focal point of the campaign.
- New Kamper and Staff Lodges
- Renovated Dining Hall
- New Athletic Field
- Utility and Road Upgrades
Stepping into K-Seven is like walking into a reunion.
Memories of friends who became family, activities that developed leaders, and moments where the Holy Spirit moved. These moments and memories combine to create an experience that is unlike any other.
K-Seven Kampers impacting the World Around Them Equipping Next Generation Leaders
Leading on the Field
I know whenever I’m at Kanakuk, I’m being poured into, I’m growing, and I’m being challenged.
A light in the Dark
Being encouraged throughout those years that are hard growing up that it’s ok to be different has been awesome, and I would definitely thank Kanakuk for that.
Impacting the World
I saw the impact that Kamp had on my life and so many kids lives that came through those gates…