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Peak 7 Adventures is excited to recruit for the next Executive Director in partnership with Express Employment Professionals.
Peak 7 Adventure’s guides conduct exciting, inspiring, physically demanding, and Christ centered wilderness trips for a variety of populations including but not limited to families, youth, adults, the disabled, and church groups.
Spokane guides interact as role models, talk about the beauty of God’s creation while leading the group in facing their fears through class 3/4 rapids and Rock Climbing.
Peak 7 Adventure’s Seattle program guides conduct exciting, inspiring, physically demanding, and Christ centered wilderness trips.
To assist in conducting outdoor adventure activities for people from age 6 through 60 years old.
The Web Developer works with the Information Technology Manager to maintain and develop SROM’s website.
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I am so excited to have guest blogger, Emily Huguenin, use her 10+ years of outdoor ministry experience to give insight into how wilderness navigation informs a quest for truth. She has written a 3-part series identifying obstacles in the search for "What is True?"...
Nicklis Stevens lost his sister, Lygon, in an avalanche while they were hiking a mountain peak. He then went through the valley of pain asking the difficult question of “Why?” God answered him in beautiful and unexpected ways.
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