Theme - Our 2018 theme is "Identity: - Who you are in Christ". This will be an unforgettable week in the life of your youth ministry. At Journey Week, your students and leaders will experience Christ through powerful communicators and a worship team who unpacks the truth of God’s Word in a relevant, transforming way.
Small Groups – Campers will be given small group assignments on Monday during orientation. Small groups will gather each day. The purpose is to teach Bible truths that apply to students’s life in a practical, relevant way and allow students to build friendships with campers from different churches.
Small Group Leaders—Leaders will be needed to make small group possible. Leaders will be responsible for leading daily small group discussions with their team following large group sessions. Curriculum will be provided as well as on-site leader discussions before each session.
Recreation – Recreation will be divided into two parts: TRACS and Church Tournaments. Students will have the opportunity to sign up to participate in TRACS which consist of various sports, games and academic tournaments. Students can also create teams for Church tournaments. Please pack extra clothes for recreation time and water games. 2018 TRACS: Volleyball, Basketball, Gaga Ball, 9 Square in the air, Kick ball, Ping Pong, Photography, Board Games, Music, Craft, & Beginners First Aid and CPR (Beginners First Aid and CPR is a three day course).
T-Shirts - Thursday night is camp t-shirt night. Only pre-registered campers are guaranteed a camp shirt. Please accurately fill out ‘The Journey’ pre-registration form for your church and send in with your pre-registration information in order to ensure that each camper you bring will get a camp t-shirt.
Late Nite - Each night we have different activities planned to enrich our camp experience. If your students have talents they wont want to miss out on "Journeys Got Talent". Be sure to encourage them to bring their musical instruments. Monday: Carnival, Tuesday, Identity Split, Wednesday: Journeys Got Talent, Thursday: TBD.
Child Protection Training - State law requires that all adults & sponsors (18 years and older) complete a Child Protection Training course, pass a criminal background check, and pass a sex offender check BEFORE coming to camp. All the information you need to fulfill these requirements are found here Click here for Child Protection Training
Dress Code - At The Journey, all campers, faculty and staff are to dress by the highest standards; thus, modesty must prevail. Camping suggest casual clothes which usually consists of jeans and t-shirts. Shorts of modest length to finger tips and tank tops with straps wider than one inch are allowed. We do not allow halter tops, tube tops, spaghetti straps, short shorts, cleavage, midriffs, Yoga pants, see-through clothing or any clothing with advertising or messages that are deemed inappropriate. Two piece, revealing, or bikini type swimsuits will not be allowed for girls or boys of any age. We ask that parents and churches please review the camp rules and dress code with their children before coming to camp.
Medical Forms - Each camper is required to turn in a medical form. Make copies of filled out forms for your records. Bring signed originals to camp when you arrive at registration. Be prepared to turn in all medication for your campers when you arrive. Medication must be in original container. Click here for medical form
Registration - Camp t-shirts and curriculum are included. Forms and pre-registration fees of $30/camper are due July 2nd.
Discounts for pre-registration is available.
Register by June 18th - $135 per camper.
Register by July 2nd - $150 per camper.
Registration after July 2nd is $160 per camper.
Pre-register online or mail Pre-registration to: LifeBridge Baptist Church • Bick Gibbs2709 Kingsdale Deer Park TX 77536.