Beach Camping
When you get tired of fancy hotels.
Sunset
Good For The Soul
Bird Mud Wrestling
An event to flock to.
Got Bait?
Girls Expedition
Let's Bounce.
Girls Expedition
Word Jerky.
Chewing On The Word. Get it?
Morning Water
Girls Expedition
Hang Time.
Girls Expedition
Diving Deep
Girls Expedition
Happy Day!
Girls Expedition
Looking For Nuggets!
Cluck. Cluck.
Bananas!
Yum.
Blockade Runners
Boys Expedition
Fire By Day
Boys Expedition
Turtle Power
Boys Expedition
Bug Up!
Boys Expedition
Ready To Hang
Boys Expedition
Dune...Dude!
Sand all of the way to the chewy middle.
Priority One
Connecting In The Midst
Gator Wrestling
You got him?
Did He Just Drop His Paddle?
Day Camp
Traffic Jam
Day Camp
Survival Class
Lunch
So That’s A Kayak Roll
Who’s Next?
Class Is In
Day Camp
Smile On
Day Camp
Engaging Topic
Day Camp
When Words Fall Short
Day Camp
Cowabunga Dude!
No Fear Here…
Flower Power
They Got It!
Eye Eye
Matey
Who Caught Dinner Today?
Overnight Camp
In Her Element
And Lookin’ Good!
Cake.
Lovin’ Life.
Ready To Amaze!
Overqualified Kayak Instructor
Going For The Top
With Excellence!
Unplugged
For Jesus
Freedom and Fun
Overnight Camp
Loaded and Dangerous!
Overnight Camp
Camp Chore
40+7 Outdoor Leader
When Time Stands Still
Raft Journey
Flow State
Immersed
Yes!
This Is Definitely What I Signed Up For
Intrepid Crew
40+7 Outdoor Leader
Shenanigans
40+7 Outdoor Leader
All The Way From Hawaii!
Beloved Teachers
Rescue Practice
Pro Style
Peace and Tranquility
40+7 Outdoor Leader
With God
Amongst Great Trees
I Don’t Know These People
40+7 Outdoor Leader
Please Pay Attention
As We Cover Critical Safety Measures
Soul Food
Time Well Spent
Glory Day
When Things Go Right
Beach Find
What’ That Smell?
Fresh Air
And Storm Clouds
Calming Influence
Ending The Day Right

Expeditions


A Wilderness Journey Seeking God's Heart

Imagine spending two weeks outside under open skies and starry nights, camping on islands, riversides and beaches…watching amazing sunrises and letting God’s dream for your life take root. Disconnect from the entanglements of modern life. Outdoor skills, Bible study, laughter, hard work, solitude and a chance to run after God’s heart are all a part of the journey. For most participants this will be a life changing experience.

Session 1: July 15 – July 26 | Ages 14 - 15 - Price: $575
Session 2: July 29 – August 11 | Ages 16 - 17* - Price: $675
Scholarships Available

*Ages 18-19 welcomed as assistant leaders.

Spiritual Anchors

There is a brand of wisdom that has kept lives from being shipwrecked for thousands of years. Our goal is to deliver some of the most impactful teaching from that genre…teaching that we hope will feed a holy fire in your heart. You’ll learn to use tools that have a proven track record for accelerating spiritual growth. We’ll cover topics such as: humility, the Gospel of the Kingdom, the power of the cross, mighty prayer, winning the war of the spirit and the flesh, roles of the Holy Spirit, and the power of life or death… hidden in the tongue.



Solo

“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork…their voice goes out through all the earth.” ESV
The solo aspect of expedition offers you the opportunity to seek God through solitude, meditate Scripture, and learn to sharpen your listening skills; all the while surrounded by the beauty of creation. Short daily solos lead up to your twenty-four hour solo, an experience that is a highlight for most.
“Be still and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!”- ESV



Coastal Kayaking

Your camping gear is safe in waterproof bags stored in your hatches. You’ve stretched out and your foot pegs are in the perfect spot. Pushing away from land the cares of the world are left behind; adventure is in the air. Glide through unbroken water with skies reflecting around you; and access amazing places that most people never see.

You’ll learn strokes, maneuvers and safety from a certified Coastal Kayak Instructor. Our instructors will help you feel confident and at ease in your boat.



Tree Climbing

Before you leave the ground we’ll double check your harness. You’ll hear the reassuring snap-click of your safety ‘biner, and give your helmet a check for snugness. It’s time to climb into the canopy for a little tree time. Tree time is a phrase coined by climbers that conveys the sense of everything slowing down and becoming more immediate, more focused, and in the moment.

Your first climb will focus on basic technique and safety. If conditions are favorable, your next climb will give you an extended time to hang out in a really special canopy. Our tree climbing facilitators are certified and we follow a strict set of international guidelines to ensure the safety and quality of your time aloft.



Expedition Behavior

Good expedition behavior (EB) is at the core of every successful trip. Responsibility, hard work and compassion are key ingredients. Everyone has a better time when the team is firing on all cylinders. Good EB requires that we each work hard, accept responsibility, and help one another. When everyone pitches in, the load is lightened. You and your crew will quickly realize how individual behaviors affect the whole team. EB is a great life lesson that will stick with you when you return.



Leave No Trace

“We’re gonna leave this place better than we found it!” You’ll learn 7 principles that will allow you to vanish anywhere you go; Bigfoot’s been doing it for years! Leave No Trace (LNT) ethics are vital for keeping our wild areas wild. Whether you’re choosing a campsite or building a stealth fire… we’ll show you the LNT way!



Physical Training

Physical training is a way of life out here. You are the boat motor, you build and break down camp, you run the beach, and you get to feel stronger and more fit when you get back. Paddling, stretching, beach and trail running, balance and agility training and more happen during the journey. You’ll be having so much fun that you might not even realize you’re working out!



Nature Studies

I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.” ~George Washington Carver

Immersion: The state of being deeply engaged or involved; absorption. As you slip into your kayak a new doorway opens…giving you a tangible connection to God’s creation. You’ll learn how to see and read water, sky and wilderness with new eyes. Binoculars, hand magnifiers, and dip nets are a few tools you might use to unwrap the gifts of nature out here.



Field Staff

Your leaders are trained in a variety of fields and most of all have a huge heart for Jesus. Our field staff are ACA coastal kayak instructors with a passion and love for God and His creation. They carry a Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certification. They have been specially trained in safety protocol specifically for your trip and relating to kayak tripping in general. You can relax knowing that your leaders are equipped to lead the expedition as safely and securely as possible. At the same time our leaders are trained to allow those who are ready for more challenge to challenge themselves in a safe environment.



Expedition Application - 4 Easy Steps


❱ Step 1

Call or Email to Check for Availability.

Please remember to mention if you need scholarship assistance.

910-247-0062

fun@onelife.org


❱ Step 2

Download and Fill out the Application:

In an effort to keep your personal information private, we will no longer be using online applications. Please print and mail or scan and email application to OneLife.*

*Note: if you want to be able to fill this out on your computer and save it, you’ll need to make sure your adobe reader is up to date. If you’re unsure you can go to http://get.adobe.com/reader/ and follow the instructions for the latest version of adobe reader.



❱ Step 3

Make Your Payment

Pay by Check:

Please make checks out to: OneLife
and send to:

2765 River Road SE,
Winnabow, NC 28479

Pay by Credit Card with PayPal*

*You do not need to have a Paypal account to pay by credit card with Paypal.

Family Discount Available: For families with multiple children or young adults participating in camps or expeditions, we offer a $40 dollar discount for each additional sibling. Discounts are applicable for Creation Camp 1.0, Creation Camp 2.0, and Expeditions. To pay for multiple registrations please use the custom amount box below.

Payment Type

  • Expedition for ages 14-15 $575
  • Expedition for ages 16-17 $675

Payment Type

If you are registering more than one child or would like to make a partial payment, please use the PAY CUSTOM AMOUNT feature and enter the amount you would like to pay today.


or

*Refund Policy

A full refund (minus any Pay pal processing fees if applicable) will be available until 7 days prior to the start of your child’s camp session. After that point, we’ll still be glad to work with you to get a full refund. Your camp fees are used for necessary expenses to run the camp, and most likely will have already been spent in preparation for the upcoming week of camp. If there is a camper on the waiting list that can make a full payment, we’ll refund you when that payment is received. If there is no one on the waiting list it may take longer depending on a few other factors, and we will work to get your refund as quickly as we can. Your patience with us allows us to offer our services at an incredibly low price so that cost will never be a barrier for any one. Thanks for your partnership in God’s work.


❱ Step 4

Prepare



“Jesus Himself would often slip away to the wilderness and pray.” Luke 5:16 -NASB


Creation Camp 1.0

Day Camp for Ages 8-10

Dates: June 25 - 30, 2015

Creation Camp 1.0 Nature

You will love this technology free day camp
set in the beauty of God’s creation.

Price: $150.00

Scholarships Available

Activities Include: Bible Studies, Field Games, Kayaking, Nature Studies, Obstacle Training, Physical Training, Tree Climbing.


Creation Camp 2.0

Overnight Camp for Ages 11-13

Dates: July 6 – 10, 2015

Creation Camp 2.0 Overnight

Love for God, love for others,
and love for creation.

Price: $275.00

Scholarships Available

Activities Include: Additional Kayak Skills Training, Adventure Day Trips, Back Country Camping, Bible Studies, Campfire Fun, Field Games, Nature Studies, Obstacle Training, Physical Training, Short Solos, Tree Climbing, and Workshops.


Creation Camp 1.0 | Details

Day Camp for Ages 8-9

Dates: June 25 - 30, 2015

You will love this technology free day camp set in the beauty of God’s creation. Kids are free to explore, learn, grow and get excited about being outside. They’ll have a safe and structured setting that encourages them to grow spiritually and physically.

Price: $150.00

Scholarships Available

Camp Activities

Staff to Camper Ratio 1:4 | Skilled Instructors | Great Counselors | Safe Environment

Sample Daily Schedule:

Bible Studies

Each day, time is set aside to study the Word of God in a group setting. Six Days of Creation, Noah and the Flood, and Dinosaurs are a few of the great topics discussed during Bible Class. We present fun and challenging ways for campers to connect with God’s Word.

  • 8:05 - 8:50
    Gathering/ Praise Time
  • 9:00 - 10:00
    Nature Studies
  • 10:00 – 10:10
    Water Break
  • 10:15 -11:15
    Field Games
  • 11:15 – 11:30
    Clean Up & Debrief
  • 11:30 – 12:00
    Lunch
  • 12:10 - 1:10
    Kayak/Canoe
  • 1:15 - 2:15
    Physical Training/Adventures
  • 2:20 - 3:20
    Bible Topics
  • 3:20 - 3:30
    Pick Up

Field Games

Give campers the opportunity to run and play hard in the outdoors. Activities will include Ultimate Frisbee, water battles, and lots of running in big open spaces. Our staff teaches good hydration and stretching to maximize playing ability.

Kayaking

Campers will experience beautiful pristine waters up close from a kayak or canoe. Town Creek’s flat water and amazing beauty is a great place for paddling and engaging with God’s creation. Our staff are certified ACA Coastal Kayak Trip Leaders.

Nature Studies

The Cape Fear region is one of the most biologically diverse areas on the eastern seaboard. By studying the ecology right around us, campers will learn to better understand and appreciate the unique place we call home. You don’t have to go to Africa to go on safari!

Obstacle Training

This course will keep kids active by stimulating their brains and their bodies through an exciting obstacle course. Campers compete against their own times on the course to try to improve throughout the week.

Physical Training

Kids learn gentle and challenging ways to stretch and strengthen their bodies to encourage daily exercise for staying healthy. Keeping their bodies stretched out and increasing their strength will help keep campers ready for the challenges of the day.

Tree Climbing

Each camper will have the opportunity to climb in one of our big beautiful trees, using a rope and harness, and experience the thrill of “hanging out” in the canopy. Our staff is trained to use the safest climbing system available for recreational climbing. There have been no injuries reported in over 27 years using this system. All this adds up to one fantastic adventure.

Challenge by Choice

We offer lots of fun and adventurous things to do during camp. We also offer all of our campers the chance to say no to anything they don’t feel good about. We may offer encouragement to try new things but we will never force a camper to do anything, they have the final say.

Kids Club for Sibling Ages 4-6

A pre camp experience for brother and sisters of CC1.0 campers. This might help mom or dad make a little more of their time during camp week. Filled with teaching, games, and lots of fun! Cost: $50


Creation Camp 2.0 | Details

Overnight Camp for Ages 11-13

Dates: July 6 – 10, 2015

Your older kids will love spending the week camping with their small group of 7 friends and 3 counselors. Tent camping offers a whole new range of learning opportunities and even more time to make lasting friendships. This camp is unplugged and technology free.

Price: $275.00

Scholarships Available

Camp Activities

Staff to Camper Ratio 1:4 | Skilled Instructors | Great Counselors | Safe Environment

Sample Daily Schedule:

Bible Studies

Each day, time is set aside to study the Word of God in a group setting. Six Days of Creation, Noah and the Flood, and Dinosaurs are a few of the great topics discussed during Bible Class. We present fun and challenging ways for campers to connect with God’s Word.

  • 6:30
    Rise and Shine
  • 7:00
    Breakfast
  • 7:30
    Personal Bible Time
  • 8:05 - 8:50
    Gathering/ Praise Time
  • 9:00 - 10:00
    Nature Studies
  • 10:00 - 10:10
    Water Break
  • 10:15 - 11:15
    Field Games
  • 11:15 - 11:30
    Clean Up & Debrief
  • 11:30 - 12:00
    Lunch
  • 12:10 - 1:10
    Kayak/Canoe
  • 1:15 - 2:15
    Physical Training
  • 2:20 - 3:20
    Bible Topics
  • 3:20 - 3:30
    Back to Campsites
  • 3:30 - 4:30
    Clean Up/Rest Time
  • 4:30 - 5:30
    Group Building
  • 5:30 - 6:00
    Dinner
  • 6:00 - 6:30
    Clean Up
  • 6:30 - 8:00
    Workshops
  • 8:00 - 9:00
    Campsite / Lights Out

Field Games

Give campers the opportunity to run and play hard in the outdoors. Activities will include Ultimate Frisbee, water battles, and lots of running in big open spaces. Our staff teaches good hydration and stretching to maximize playing ability.

Kayaking

Campers will experience beautiful pristine waters up close from a kayak or canoe. Town Creek’s flat water and amazing beauty is a great place for paddling and engaging with God’s creation. Our staff are certified ACA Coastal Kayak Trip Leaders.

Nature Studies

The Cape Fear region is one of the most biologically diverse areas on the eastern seaboard. By studying the ecology right around us, campers will learn to better understand and appreciate the unique place we call home. You don’t have to go to Africa to go on safari!

Obstacle Training

This course will keep kids active by stimulating their brains and their bodies through an exciting obstacle course. Campers compete against their own times on the course to try to improve throughout the week.

Physical Training

Kids learn gentle and challenging ways to stretch and strengthen their bodies to encourage daily exercise for staying healthy. Keeping their bodies stretched out and increasing their strength will help keep campers ready for the challenges of the day.

Tree Climbing

Each camper will have the opportunity to climb in one of our big beautiful trees, using a rope and harness, and experience the thrill of “hanging out” in the canopy. Our staff is trained to use the safest climbing system available for recreational climbing. There have been no injuries reported in over 27 years using this system. All this adds up to one fantastic adventure.

Challenge by Choice

We offer lots of fun and adventurous things to do during camp. We also offer all of our campers the chance to say no to anything they don’t feel good about. We may offer encouragement to try new things but we will never force a camper to do anything, they have the final say.

Additional Kayak Skills Training

Campers will have the opportunity to progress farther in their skills and range of paddling during the overnight camp. If conditions are favorable, we may even do a night paddle! Our staff are certified ACA Coastal Kayak Trip Leaders.

Adventure Day Trips

During the weeklong stay at camp, campers will take at least one day trip adventure that will utilize many of the skills and training they have received during the week. Team building challenges, and lots of fun make these day trips truly adventurous.

Back Country Camping Skills

Campers will be tent camping all week at the OneLife base camp. Our campsites are perfect for entry level campers, surrounded by beautiful wilderness, but close to camp. We practice Leave No Trace camping, with an emphasis on fun. Campers learn some basic skills and knots that will give them the confidence to enjoy a lifetime of camping!

Campfire Fun

Some of the fondest camp memories are made while sitting around a campfire and enjoying the great friendships that are made during camp week. We keep the stories positive and upbeat. Of course food that you can cook on sticks makes it even better!

Short Solo

Campers have the opportunity for daily Bible Study both in a group and personal setting. During their Solo Time, campers will be encouraged to practice the skill of being still and listening. This short time alone is a great way for campers to reflect, pray, and listen to all that God may be teaching or showing them during the week.

Survival Skills

Want to learn how to start a fire without a lighter? Want to know what to do if you get “lost” in the woods? What if you need a temporary shelter from rain or cold? Campers will learn about all of these things and how to prioritize needs in a survival situation.

Workshops

In the evenings, campers will be introduced to special presenters teaching about various topics. Workshops might include: night animals, astronomy, growing in faith, sign language, Leave No Trace fires, and more.


Camp Sign Up - 4 Easy Steps

❱ Step 1

Choose your Camp Dates:

Creation Camp 1.0: June 25 - 30 2015
Creation Camp 2.0: July 6 - 10, 2015


❱ Step 2

Download and Fill out the Camp Application:

In an effort to keep your personal information private, we will no longer be using online applications. Please print out the application and either email or mail to OneLife.

Note: if you want to be able to fill this out on your computer and save it, you’ll need to make sure your adobe reader is up to date. If you’re unsure you can go to http://get.adobe.com/reader/ and follow the instructions for the latest version of adobe reader.


❱ Step 3

Make Your Payment

Pay by Check:

Please make checks out to: OneLife
and send to:

2765 River Road SE,
Winnabow, NC 28479

Pay by Credit Card with PayPal*

*You do not need to have a Paypal account to pay by credit card with Paypal.
Payment Type
or

*Refund Policy

* A full refund will be available within 5 days of the start of camp.
Note: Paypal processing fees are not refundable.


❱ Step 4

Prepare


Do some simple training

Please call or email for details:
910.247.0062
fun@onelife.org


40 + 7

Coastal Outdoor Leadership Intensive

...A Focused Time Of Seeking God With All That You Are.

$1,880 | *Scholarships Available

May 15 - August 15, 2015

Phase I

40 Days of Training

40 Days is a life changing, intensely spiritual boot camp for outdoor leadership development. You will focus on training in the following 4 areas: spiritual, physical, leadership, and outdoor skills. All of this takes place in Biblical community.
+ click each topic below for more info

4 AREAS OF TRAINING

Spiritual

I Timothy 4:8 For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come.

Spiritual Practice.

You will participate in these nine powerful practices as a regular part of your training time. They will also carry over into your 7 Weeks of Leading. These practices rely on the leading of God’s Spirit and can be done anywhere and anytime.

  • Daily Examination
  • Worship
  • Creative Arts
  • Daily Testimony
  • Evangelism
  • Intercessory Prayer
  • … and Fasting
  • Solitude
  • Memory and Meditation

Topics of Study.

Following is a sampling of the types of topics we will pursue through book and Bible study with an emphasis on group discussion. Studies may also include writing and other creative assignments.

  • The Greatest Commandment – Leader’s Motive
  • Discerning God’s Leading
  • Humility and Pride
  • Faith and The New Covenant
  • Surrender and Walking in the Spirit
  • The Fortress – God’s Unfailing Protection
  • Forgiveness
  • The John 17 Principle
  • Speaking Life

Physical

Outdoor Physical Training Regimen.

As an outdoor leader it is important to be in good physical condition. You will work out daily and set personal training goals. This training and goal setting will continue during the 7 Weeks of Leading.

Below are the main modalities we will use:

  • Breathing
  • Body Weight Exercises
  • Stretching
  • Balance and Agility Work
  • Trail and Beach Running
  • Paddling

If you have a specialized discipline i.e. climbing, we will work with you to develop a regimen to stay in top condition.

Leadership

The Leadership Roundtable.

We will meet at the “round table” on a regular basis to pursue leadership topics. This may include skits, mock roles, scenarios, group readings, or other creative methods. Topics will include:

  • Risk Management and Field Safety
  • Teaching and Modeling
  • Facilitation
  • Decision Making
  • Group Process
  • Sharing and Listening from the Heart
  • Leader’s Journal
  • Sustainable Project Development

Outdoors

Sea Kayaking.

Leading coastal kayak expeditions is among the most complex and demanding of outdoor leadership challenges. These skills cross over into many other outdoor leadership positions.

You will have the opportunity to achieve the following designations:

  • ACA Coastal Kayak Day Trip Leader Assessment
  • ACA Coastal Kayak Camping Assessment
  • ACA Skill Level Assessment
  • ACA Level II Coastal Kayak Instructor

Tree climbing.

Learn to access the world of canopies! You will learn basic climbing skills and also have the opportunity to be certified as a Tree Climbing Ground Monitor. This step will give you experience towards the more advanced training to facilitate your own groups.

Survival Skills.

We teach faith as the ultimate survival skill. The natural survival skills are important too, making your time in the wilderness safer and more comfortable, while instilling a greater confidence as a leader. Survival skills give you another back up when you are challenging your abilities.

Slackline.

You will have the opportunity to learn and/or improve your slackline skills with regular practice. You may also earn the OneLife Basic Slackline Facilitator. This allows you to set up and break down basic tree and beach set ups, and teach beginner skills during our camps and expeditions.

Camping Skills.

You will hone your skills with ropes, cordage, knots and tarpology. You will build a foundation in camp cooking skills. Other topics include: site selection, hygiene, and specific coastal issues.

Coastal Creation Naturalist.

We have the highest level of biodiversity on the eastern seaboard outside of southern Florida. You’ll observe birds, trees, aquatic plants, and wildflowers, alligators, dolphins, and sea turtles in their natural habitat. The cockpit of a coastal kayak is an amazing place.

IN THE CONTEXT OF

Biblical Community

But exhort one another every day… Hebrews 3:13
And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers….And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they received their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved. Acts 2:42,46-47

  • Be the Church.
  • Daily Prayer. Corporate prayer will will become a central and powerful part of your day, as you continually lift each other up. You will pray for those you lead and for God’s power in the work you do. Your team will walk in the experience of answered prayer.
  • Daily Bible Study. Learn to use a study format that brings life to the team and relies on the leadership of the Holy Spirit.
  • Accountability Grounded in Love. Learn to count Jesus as everything and the flesh as nothing, holding one another accountable in love and gentleness.
  • Sharing Burdens. You will have your burdens carried, and you will help carry the burdens of others.

Phase II

7 Weeks of Leading

7 Weeks is the opportunity to expand and practice what you’ve been learning. You’ll be pushing, giving, journaling, leading, debriefing, and pouring yourself out for those in your charge. You will be forging your identity as an outdoor servant leader.
+ click each topic below for more info

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Expanding Biblical Community

Establish the Church.

Experience the excitement of establishing biblical community in each of the groups you lead. Your training during 40 Days will give you experience to help you to lead each new group in this vital area. You will gain confidence for establishing the Church in all your future endeavors.

Assessments, Goals and Evaluations

Outdoor Leadership Assessment.

You will continue the self assessment started during 40 Days.

Goal Setting.

You will be adding new goals and modifying goals based on your actual daily leadership experience.

Evaluations.

You will be paired with a lead staff for ongoing support and accountability.

Planning and Daily Debriefs

Each day you will debrief with your co-leader and/or other staff. You will be assessing group process, logistics, interventions, and how the leadership team will direct or facilitate solutions. This daily time of prayerful assessing and analyzing will help to deeply ingrain the leadership habits you are forming..

The Leadership Venues

Leadership Team.

Within the leadership team, you will have opportunities to lead such as debriefs, planning, worship, food preparation, and other projects.

Day Camps.

You will co-lead a small group of 8-10 year olds through a week long adventure style day camp. You will be responsible for preparations, biblical community, program implementation, planning, field safety, and wrap up activities.

Overnight Camps.

You will co-lead a small group of 11-13 year olds through an adventure-style week-long overnight tent camping experience. You will be responsible for preparations, biblical community, program implementation, planning, field safety, and wrap up activities.

Expedition Settings.

You will co-lead a small group of 13-18 year olds on a coastal kayaking expedition. You will be responsible for preparations, biblical community, program implementation, planning, field safety, and wrap up activities.

Your experience will be saturated with self and group evaluation in a safe setting. You’ll be refining, practicing, and debriefing your leadership style and skills daily. You will lead groups of different ages and skill levels in a variety of outdoor settings including both camps and expeditions.

"Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel,
Who alone works wonders."

The Bible NASB ~Psalm 72:18

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