That is an interesting question. The answer would have to be, “That depends. What is your threshold and comfort level?”
We don’t wear robes, and we seldom actually thump our Bibles. Neither are we ashamed of our God, and Savior Jesus Christ.
We believe that we are all broken, sinful people, with only one hope of, not only spiritual salvation, but of living a full and meaningful life on this earth: That hope is the crucified and resurrected Jesus Christ.
It is in the grace and love of that Truth that we plan, administer and execute all of our camp activities. In this way, we hope to encourage all people, of all ages, to a deeper, more honest and complete relationship with The Savior.
However, we understand that ones spiritual journey is very personal, and, in most cases, unpredictable. Our goal is to guide, educate, and empower the campers (and staffers) to make wise spiritual choices throughout life. We never force, coerce or manipulate children into making any particular declaration of faith.
Click here for a brief explanation of what we believe and teach.