A $50 deposit is required at registration. Volunteers must be 9th Grade (completed) through Adults. There are only 30 spots available for K5 completed. Preview the theme in the video below. Every great camp needs some great worship! Check out the theme song below for summer 2021.
Paul was back at the church of Antioch in Syria. The church had sent out Paul and Barnabas to preach the gospel to Jews and Gentiles in places like Lystra and Derbe. Then they returned to the church of Antioch. Some time passed, and Paul wanted to return to some of the cities he visitedContinue reading “Sunday Morning 6/13: Unit 33, Session 2: Paul’s Second Journey”
The church in Antioch praised God for His grace to Paul on his first missionary journey. Though Paul and Barnabas were strongly opposed in some places, many people heard the gospel and believed. Paul and Barnabas took the gospel to both Jews and Gentiles. But a problem arose when some Christians began saying that theContinue reading “Sunday Morning 6/6: Unit 33, Session 1: The Jerusalem Council”
As the early church expanded outside Jerusalem, new churches were planted in various cities. Each church needed godly leaders to help it grow and stay true to the gospel. Paul understood this need, which is why he wrote letters to some of the leaders in the church. Two of these leaders were Timothy and Titus.Continue reading “Sunday Morning 5/30: Unit 32, Session 4: Letters to Church Leaders”
In the first century, Corinth was an important destination in the Roman Empire. The city was located on a narrow area of land connecting the southern end of the Greek peninsula with the mainland to the north. When Paul visited Corinth on his missionary journeys, the city was full of people with various cultural andContinue reading “Sunday Morning 5/23: Unit 32, Session 3: The Church Divided”
Jesus’ followers preached the gospel in Jerusalem, and the good news spread to places like Judea and Samaria. More and more people believed, and new churches began as both Jews and Gentiles began to follow Jesus. Barnabas went to Antioch—a city about 300 miles north of Jerusalem—where he brought Paul to help teach the believers.Continue reading “Sunday Morning 5/16: Unit 32, Session 2: Paul’s First Journey”
Peter had witnessed the pouring out of the Holy Spirit on Gentile believers. God made it clear: the gospel is for all because Jesus is Lord of all. Peter returned to Jerusalem and told the believers there what had happened. At this time, other believers who had scattered amid persecution were preaching the gospel. ByContinue reading “Sunday Morning 5/9: Unit 32, Session 1: Peter Escaped from Prison”
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It is common to think of faith as something that is just within us—trust and confidence in God. While that is surely part of it, faith doesn’t stop there. Faith starts inside of us and always leads to action. The writer of the Book of Hebrews wanted to explain the fullness of faith to theContinue reading “Sunday Morning 5/2: Unit 31, Session 4: The Hall of Faith”
Hebrews was a letter written to encourage believers to not only stand strong in their faith, but also to grow in their faith. More than anything else, though, the writer of Hebrews preached the superiority of Jesus: Jesus was present at the creation of the world. He is the heir of all things and GodContinue reading “Sunday Morning 4/25: Unit 31, Session 3: Jesus is Better”