June 29 - July 2
People who study this generation of teenagers and young adults note a craving for realness. The buzzword “authentic” is a buzzword for a reason. Teenagers want the things that matter to them to be real. They want authenticity in their relationships as well as the brands they follow. They want the experiences and encounters they have to be what they are supposed to be.
But are they asking the same questions of their faith? Are they willing to ask what an authentic relationship with Christ looks like? We believe they are, and this year's camp focused on helping them answer this question.