Scenic view of trees at camp

Tag: bible study


Camp in the City Bible Study Preview

by Chelsea ConnorPosted Apr 26, 2018

v1492713784%2FCityHomepage%2Fday-camp-biblestudy-wide.jpg

Our Camp in the City staff love to talk about how their summer is one big road trip, where they get to travel all around the country, put on a week of camp, and then pack up and do it all over again. It’s a blast! So when they were coming up with the daily […]

Read More

Youth Camp Bible Study Preview

by Chelsea ConnorPosted Apr 16, 2018

Towers%2F17CR0904-3_t9o27j

One of our favorite parts of the day at overnight youth camp is cabin Bible study time. The time of day this happens varies from camp to camp, but the idea remains consistent. Every camper gets a Bible study booklet written by camp staff, and the cabin discusses the day’s passage and group questions together. […]

Read More

Shores Bible Study Theme: FAITHWORKS

by Taylor JervisPosted Apr 25, 2016

Camper reading their bible

You’ve probably heard the saying “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.” Of course, this saying goes beyond just fishing. I think there’s a problem in our Christian culture. Young believers aren’t spending time with Jesus in their daily lives. Whether it’s […]

Read More

Bible Study Theme: MADE

by Colton VennerPosted Jun 6, 2014

MADE conference

The summer is here once again and numerous high school students all around the country are preparing to pack their bags to come and spend a week at the Pine Cove Shores. All the while, the counselors have been named, the excitement is high, and the jumping is even higher! Every year there is a […]

Read More

Bible Study Theme: The High Fives

by Brett BrewerPosted May 15, 2014

Campers at bible study

At Camp in the City this summer, we are excited to introduce campers to a group of friends called The High Fives. Each of these friends will help us understand a different aspect of who God is, and they will give us a real-life example of what it means to be like Jesus and demonstrate […]

Read More

Bible Study Theme: Blueprint

by Matt MurphyPosted Apr 23, 2014

Ranch Girl Quiet Time

A blueprint is an outline or plan of action. Most of the time, it is used as the starting point for building a house. Before you ever grab a shovel or a bulldozer or whatever else you use to start building a house, you need a plan. Without a plan, even the most skilled construction […]

Read More

Bible Study Theme: Broken

by Chris SherrodPosted Apr 7, 2014

Guy Reading Bible At Camp

Fallow is not a word that most people have ever used in a conversation (unless you’re a farmer). So if you don’t know, “fallow ground” is land that has sat unused and become hard and full of weeds. It must be broken up and prepared before it can be useful and planted with seeds. The […]

Read More

Bible Study Theme: Stories

by Pat PrestonPosted Mar 26, 2014

Campers reading bibles

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through Him, and without Him was not any thing made that was made. In Him was life, and the life was the light of men. The light […]

Read More

Faith: No Doubt About it

by Chris SherrodPosted Mar 5, 2014

Empty Chair

A condition that plagues many Christians today – both young and old – is what I call Thomasphobia: the fear of doubting. This malady often begins in elementary Sunday school class when the Easter story is told and children hear about Doubting Thomas. Wide-eyed children are asked, “Can you believe Thomas doubted that Jesus rose […]

Read More

Week 1: Divine Appointments

by Jillian VerretPosted Jun 5, 2013

Campers praying

And we know that for those who love God, all things work together for good for those who are called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28 It’s week one. First full day of summer. First full day of camp activities like meals, activity classes, clubs, and Bible Studies. As counselors bring in their cabins to […]

Read More


Page 1 of 212
-->