3 Night Family Camp Options

Timing: Thursday evening through Sunday morning brunch. These long weekend camps are a great way to fit camp into busy work and family schedules and experience the power of God at work in your life.

Camp Weekend #1 June 25-28: TBA

5 Night Family Camp Options

Timing: Sunday evening through Friday morning breakfast buffet. We’ll provide plenty of time for togetherness with family, friends (old and new), and God!

Camp Week #2 June 29 - July 3: “A Vision of Scripture”
Tim Schaefer and Paul Oman

Crossways International teacher Tim Schaeffer will use the Crossways timeline and teaching materials to give us an extremely focused and refined understanding of the overview of the Bible, the story of David and a focus on Jesus from Mark, Luke and Matthew. Pastor/Artist Paul Oman will join Tim for the week, highlighting Tim’s teachings with art and insights. Paul will paint one of his beautiful murals on Monday night, June 29.

6 Night Family Camp Options

Timing: Saturday evening through Friday morning breakfast buffet. We’ll provide plenty of time for togetherness with family, friends (old and new), and God!

Camp Week #3 July 4 - 10: “The Overflow Principle - Growing in the Love of God”
Steve Thomason

If you are a follower of Jesus then you’ve probably asked yourself things like, “What am I supposed to do?” “How am I supposed to live my life?” Jesus gives us an answer in John 15 where he teaches on the Vine and the Branches. The key is to understand that we cannot love God and love others on our own strength. It’s not about doing something or working really hard. It is about believing and opening up to God’s love. Using a holistic approach to healthy discipleship, Steve will lead us into an in-depth study of opening ourselves up to God’s love — Mind, Spirit, Body, World and Church.

Camp Week #4 July 11 - 17: “The Psalms as Tools for Prayer”
Kathryn Schifferdecker - Guest Teacher
Milt and Andrew Scott - Guest Musicians

The Psalms explore the depths and the heights of human existence. They thus have been used for thousands of years by both synagogue and church in liturgy and song. We will explore how the Psalms can guide our own prayers in the midst of life, with all its sorrows, longings, joys, and thanksgivings. We will discuss how these ancient prayers can inform our own lives of faith and become for us a living Word of God. 

Camp Week #5 July 18 - 24: “We Are Family” Brian and Michelle Spahr

God wants relationship with us. That has always been true. You can see it in the creation story in Genesis all the way through the end of the Bible in Revelation. There are several types of relationships – friendships, business associates, acquaintances… but none of these really capture what God is after. Instead, God thinks of and treats us as family. What might it look like to treat ourselves fully as members of the family of God? Join us as we explore together, through scripture, stories and experiences.

Camp Week #6 July 25 - 31: “Ready for Vision”
Nate and Joy Hoff - Guest Teachers and Musicians
Dave Wollan - Guest Preacher

Exploring and applying 5 Kinds of Gifts God uses to help us see more clearly: WORD, PRAYER, COMMUNITY, SABBATH and SPIRITUAL GIFTS.