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It’s a …Hat Creek Camper?
Join us this summer August 6-10 as kids undertake the extraordinary challenge of learning to be courageous in the face of fear. At Superhero Central campers will learn how Christ can unlock their hidden superpowers and make every day exceptional. Not only will they be inspired to make a difference, campers will learn how true courage dates back throughout mankind: David & Goliath, Esther, Elijah, Noah, and, of course, Jesus himself.
Isaiah 41:10 – “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
Great things happen when technology is put aside and youth and nature bond. HCC is now in its sixth successful year, and staff are more excited than ever for the opportunity to enrich and encourage adventurous campers. Whether in one of the week-long, overnight camps, or at day camp, there are opportunities for wilderness adventures, canoeing, riflery, archery, ziplining, drama, music, art, and much more. While surrounded by God’s natural grace and the Bible’s timeless lessons of courage and strength, campers will acquire greater, healthier self-confidence, as they form life lasting friendships.
“Through camp, we are able to impact the way children and teens view themselves, the world around them, and their opportunity to become a positive force for others,” said Program Director Kirstin Wilson. “For 2018, HCC will connect the topic of courage and how to live courageous Christian lives, not in the absence of fear, but rather in the presence of it.”
Deuteronomy 31:6 – “Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the LORD your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you.”
This will be the first year HCC has had a dedicated Trail Life USA camp. We will be the only campers in camp. But space will be limited, so if you’d like to attend get your deposit in soon. The total amount of $300 is not due until July 15th. Dads may attend, though they pay the same amount. But HCC has counselors to manage the boys, so Dads aren’t required to attend. Being on their own will give them a great opportunity to grow in self confidence and faith. At this point there is no Trail Life specifics planned, but should we consider adding them, we may need to staff these ourselves.
Each participant will receive a custom Trail Life T-shirt and an embroidered patch. Once more details about the camp come out, I’ll keep all registered parties apprised. Things that I’d expect to see shortly would be a packing list, schedule, and description of activities.