Female and Male
Atchison County UMCs
$100 with scholarships available
Hosted by the Atchison County United Methodist Churches, action-packed Ignite Mobile Camp brings the fun of camp to you. Get ready for a week full of exciting activities, adventures and learning about God at your local United Methodist church. Trained Eagle Lake counselors engage in life-on-life ministry with every camper.
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.
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.
Dodge, strike, run and jump in this twist on dodgeball.
Race your friends through a giant, blow-up obstacle course
Channel your inner Star Wars Jedi and conquer the galaxy
Wear your creativity!
Think Slip 'N Slide but bigger.
8:00 am – 8:30 AM Drop-off
8:30 am – 8:45 AM Small Group Time
8:45 am – 9:15 AM Camper Rally/Worship
9:20 am – 10:20 AM Activity 1
10:25 am – 11:25 PM Activity 2
11:30 pm – 12:00 PM Lunch
12:05 pm – 12:45 PM Large Group Game
12:50 pm – 1:30 PM Bible Study
1:35 pm – 1:45 PM Snack Time
1:50 pm – 3:20 PM Free Time
3:30 pm – 4:00 PM Camper Rally/Worship
4:00 pm – 4:30 PM Pick-up
Master S’Moresman, Professional Kid, Senior VP of all FaceChat, Snapagram and Instabook accounts, and self-proclaimed Head Cheese of everything that requires a lack of seriousness.
“What a looooong day!” Josh exclaimed as he slumped exhaustedly into his chair after a particularly hot Missouri summer day. His wife, Kara, sat across from him in the living room with their newborn child bouncing happily upon her lap, looking back at her husband in bemusement.
“What was bad about today?” she replied as the right corner of her mouth turned up in a faint smirk. After being married for just over seven years, she knew to ask the question, even though she thought she already knew the answer.
Josh glanced back up at Kara and their son, a mischievous grin spreading across his face. Had his sarcasm become so transparent to her after their many years together?
“Well I played a lot of gaga ball today, talked to some pastors and church members, ate chicken nuggets, and took a lot of pictures,” he said smiling the entire time.
“Uh-huh…. And you get paid to do this?”
“How dare you insinuate that I all I do is just play around?” Josh replied sardonically. “Honey, it’s like Brett Favre used to say: ‘They pay me for the months and months of preparation I put in. I’d almost play the ‘game’ for free.’”
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
Heartland is one of Missouri United Methodist Conference’s partner for Ignite Mobile Camps. They are headquartered out of Parkville, Missouri, and are affiliated with the larger Presbyteries of Heartland and Northern Kansas, Synod of Mid-America, and Presbyterian Church (USA). The mission of Heartland is “In response to the Good News of Jesus Christ, Heartland Presbyterian Center provides hospitality and programming in a natural setting for individuals, families, churches, and the community.” Visit https://www.heartlandcamps.org for more information.
Eagle Lake is the Missouri United Methodist Conference’s partner for Ignite Mobile Camps. They are headquartered out of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and are affiliated with the larger Navigators college-aged ministry. Eagle Lake has spent over 100 years witnessing to children at their camps in Colorado and have recently started their mobile camping ministry to utilize the lessons they have learned to reach out to children all across the country. Visit: http://eaglelakecamps.com/ for more information.
The number one question we received at camp was “What about this Bible?” We gave away over 20 Bibles at camp. We had one 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.
The two campers I sent were my grandchildren who have been taught nothing about Jesus in their home. They come from a fairly tough home life. They were loved and cared for while they were at Eagle Lake. The kids had some pretty tough issues that the counselors dealt with in an amazing way. By the end of the week the kids were saying the name of Jesus and knew the scriptures. A seed has been planted. Thank you so much!