Male and Female
Central Methodist University
Older Elementary Extreme Camp is dedicated to helping 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students begin their journey as a Christian by identifying who is Jesus Christ. Through daily bible studies, worship services, and fun activities, we will discover what it means to be a Christian and understand the fundamentals of our faith. Throughout the week, we will participate in swimming, team building games, and faith based activities to bring us all closer together as disciples for Christ!
Like 4-square but with 9 squares and in the air.
Watch the word of God come alive in a small group setting.
Work together to navigate obstacles, scale walls.
Bracelets, tie-dye and glitter galore.
Don’t forget your floaties.
Bring your competitive spirit, focus and fastest running shoes.
Yeah, we’ve all heard the story. Hook, line, sinker.
Dodge, strike, run and jump in this twist on dodgeball.
7:00 AM Rise & Shine
8:00 AM Breakfast
8:30 AM Morning Watch
9:00 AM Daily lesson/devotion
10:00 AM Group activity
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Cabin Kickback
2:00 PM Swim
3:00 PM Snack, Games/Crafts Rotation
4:00 PM Group Activity
5:30 PM Dinner
7:00 PM Bible Lesson Activity
8:00 PM Evening Worship
9:00 PM Bedtime Devotions
10:00 PM Lights Out
My name is Courtney Boedeker, and this is my third year directing the Older Elementary Ultimate Extreme Camp. I am from Pleasant Hill, Missouri, and attend Grace United Methodist Church in Lee’s Summit. Growing up, I was always very active in my church’s youth group. I attended church camp for several years, mainly during high school. Before I became a director, I was a counselor for two years. I loved the experiences that I had at camp, so I decided I wanted to become a director to give other kids those same experiences. Being a camp director has allowed me to play a role in helping kids grow closer to God and strengthen their walk with Him. I am looking forward to another great week at camp this summer!
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.
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.
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. "