Our main focus at camp is to teach, instruct, and lead by example how to have a relationship with Jesus. We bring students from many churches together for a camp experience of fun, fellowship, and spiritual challenge. We want them to know that Jesus loves them, will forgive them of their sins and has a plan for their lives. We want them to leave camp knowing that Jesus has touched them and that He wants them to touch others for Him.
Life At Camp
Everyday at camp is an exciting blend of worship, recreation and fellowship!
The Bible Memory staff and counselors are energetic, love Jesus, and are enthused about their campers having a meaningful camp experience and, most importantly, feeling loved and accepted.
Each day the camper has many exciting activities available. Team games, swimming, boating, crafts, tournaments, the popular game of carpet ball, and snacks are all part of the fun.
The Treasure Hunt devotional gives each camper opportunity to reflect on the camp theme during quiet times. Bible studies, teen talks, and small group discussions are spiritually challenging.
Each day of camp ends with awesome worship at the campfire. Campers are challenged to have a personal relationship with Jesus and are given opportunities to accept Jesus as Savior and Lord or to rededicate their lives to Jesus. This is an important time in the life of the camper.
We strive to provide a safe, fun environment where campers can be free of distractions and learn more about God and others.
- The clothes worn at camp are a testimony to others and should not distract. Therefore, spaghetti-strap tops, clothing that shows bare mid-rifts and backs are not appropriate at camp.
- To facilitate a safe and distraction-free environment, Bible Memory policy prohibits campers from bringing certain items.* See list below.
- All meals, classes, and activities of the daily camp schedule are to be attended by each camper.
- Campers may not leave camp without the permission of the Programand/or Executive Director.
Insurance and Health
Accident insurance is carried on all campers to take care of the cost of minor treatment and work with any health and accident insurance the parent’s carry.
A first-aid certified person is on staff to take care of any minor problems.
Health forms are sent to each registered camper and must be filled out, signed by a parent or guardian, and brought with them to camp.
Leave at Home
Cell phone, iPod, iPad, Kindle, Computer, any portable gaming devices, and basically ALL electronic devices