LET IT SHINE Rainbow Trail: A Celebration Of Ministry begins during the days of Lewis & Clark’s legendary expedition across Western America and Zebulon Pike’s discovery of the “Grand Peak.”
This 120-minute documentary depicts the journey through the life and times of Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp starting with the mining boom in the late 1800s that led to William and Eula Porch’s building of Cloverdale Mine, and eventually, the Rainbow Lake Club, which would later be purchased by the Rocky Mountain Synod.
From “Futch’s Folly” and a legendary horseshoe toss which led to Don Simonton volunteering as the first director of Rainbow Trail, LET IT SHINE tells the story of this Colorado camp that has experienced both the best and worst of times.
Rainbow Trail has seen devastating forest fires, experienced the loss of its dear friend and neighbor Billy Humble, been impacted by five different camp directors, and nourished the faith lives of countless people every year.
Directing his first full-length documentary, Brandon Wade captures the history, wonder and mystery of this thriving, Christ-filled legacy. LET IT SHINE illustrates the mountain top experience found only at Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp and brings it down the mountain and into your living room.
This feature length film was released 2/17/07
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