June 30-July 7
Female and Male
John Wesley Ranch, Divide Colorado
$450 thru March 15 | Use promo code ILoveCamp19
Elevation Camp will focus on worship, adventure, team building, and learning what it means to be “rooted” as a disciple of Jesus Christ. If you desire to grow deeper in your faith against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, then Elevation Camp is for you!
You’ll engage in passionate worship each evening in the chapel or under the brilliant glow of the Milky Way. You’ll grow deeper in your faith and walk with Christ as you explore what it means to be deeply rooted in Christ (Colossians 2:7). You’ll grow as a leader through individual and team activities that will challenge and strengthen you and your peers.
Elevation Camp is a fun, high energy, adventure camp for young men and women going into high school, grades 9-12. The camp will be based at John Wesley Ranch near Divide, Colorado. This 120 acre ranch is situated in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, surrounded on three sides by 5000 acres of Mueller State Park and the fourth side is the western slope of Pikes Peak and Pike National Forest. The Ranch includes comfortable dorm style lodging, a dining hall, game room, chapel, two trout fishing lakes, miles of hiking trails, sand volleyball, disc golf, a large sports field, and stunning views in all directions.
This week of adventure will include whitewater rafting through Brown’s Canyon on the fast moving Arkansas River. You will have the opportunity to go ‘on belay’ and experience rock climbing and rappelling against the backdrop of the Collegiate Peaks. You will explore some of Colorado’s best hiking, including a visit to The Craggs along the Pikes Peak summit trail. You and your peers will also have the opportunity to summit one of Colorado’s magnificent mountains: Raspberry Mountain at 10,605 feet or Sentinel Peak at 12,466 feet.
The week long Elevation Camp will be an amazing week that will transform your life and the lives of your peers as we experience God in nature, worship, adventure, and relationships!
Like 4-square but with 9 squares and in the air.
Grab a bow and arrow, aim and shoot!
Watch the word of God come alive in a small group setting.
Kumbaya, my Lord, Kumbaya
Get in touch with your competitive side with this classic camp game
Clip in and reach new heights.
Bracelets, tie-dye and glitter galore.
Hip moves from the young people. Dropped the beat and the beat got sicker.
Yeah, we’ve all heard the story. Hook, line, sinker.
Dodge, strike, run and jump in this twist on dodgeball.
Some text about Hiking and why it's so awesome at this camp.
Double dog dare you.
Bring your competitive spirit, focus and fastest running shoes.
Our favorite gooey goodness
Don’t forget your floaties.
Fly through the treetops on this high-adventure activity.
7:30 AM Rise & Shine Breakfast
8:25AM Jump Start Cabin Devo
10:00 AM Skill 1
1:00 PM Lunch
1:45 PM Cabin Kickback
2:55 PM Tribal Activity
4:55 PM Camper Free Time 5B4
5:55 PM Dinner
6:40 PM Nite Life Prep & Nite Life
8:30 PM Suds’n’duds Cabin Huddle
9:30 PM Camper Lights Out
Director of Next Generation Ministries….what? I confess, I’m the reason they don’t sell “Yard Darts” anymore. Seriously though, children, youth, and college-age students matter….not more than anyone else, but they matter. Reggie Joiner points out that “if we want to affect the way a generation sees the world, then it makes sense to start influencing their character and faith when they are young.” Like it or not, this generation needs our investment. I choose to make deposits instead of withdrawals. Oh, and I like Rocky Road Ice Cream and there is no hill or mountain I won’t try to climb with my Jeep (His name is Rhino).
My name is Tim Schulte, and I am excited to serve as the Camp Director for the Elevation Camp! I serve as the lead pastor at Eureka UMC. I married my high school sweetheart, Sherri, 32 years ago. We have three wonderful adult children, two great sons-in-law, and four beautiful granddaughters. I began serving in youth ministry 20 years ago and during that time have led over 60 regional/international mission trips, retreats, and camps for youth.
I am married to my high school sweetheart, Sherri, and we will celebrate our 32nd wedding anniversary this year. We have three wonderful adult children, two great sons-in-law, and four beautiful granddaughters. I love being outdoors! I am an avid hiker, mountain biker, stand up paddle boarder, skier, and off road enthusiast. I am a member of the National Ski Patrol (NSP) and have served as a patroller, providing EMS services at Hidden Valley Ski, area for the past 19 seasons.
I am a Camp Director because I am passionate about sharing my love of Christ with your youth! I love seeing lives changed as students encounter Jesus for the first time or in new or unexpected ways during a.unique camp experience like Elevation Camp.
Registration for Infuse Core Camps close two weeks before the start of each camp.
All camping scholarships are provided through the local church. For Infuse Core Camps, contact your local church who will be able to provide a discount code. For Ignite Mobile Camps, contact the host church of the camp.
Churches receive discount codes by filling out the application at https://missouri-reg.brtapp.com/campdiscountcode
Look for an email for a camp specific list before camp starts, or contact Scott Burdin with more questions.
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Parents can send emails to their campers at Camps2k15@gmail.com. Parents will need to put their camper’s name and the name of the camp they are attending in the subject line. Camp staff will check the email account daily and distribute emails during meal times or other time decided upon with the camp director.
Pictures will be uploaded as time and Wi-Fi permits to our Flickr account. You should receive a specific link to the appropriate account two weeks prior to the start of camp in your “Know Before You Go” letter. For Summer 2018 Camps click the link below to view your photos.
Why do I return to Kamp? "It's more for the love of others. It's easy to go somewhere just because you can but you won't really achieve or learn anything by doing so. To go somewhere you love and are loved by those who understand you and can relate, that's a treasure. By going to a place like that you learn from others and , in turn, they learn from you. "
The number one question we received at camp was “What about this Bible?” We gave away over 20 Bibles at camp. We had on little girl who came, and her friend’s mom came and talked to me. She said that her daughter was embarrassed because she had to borrow her grandmother’s bible for camp, and it was awful because it had all these old words in it. Not only did we give her a Bible, but we gave her little brother a Bible as well. And I just loved it because they had been coming to Upward Basketball but had never come to church. It wasn’t until after camp that they felt confident in doing that.