Youth Alive 2019 July 08, 2019

Every year, the Blaze gives our students the chance to get away for a week to recharge, refocus, and center their lives on God. Camp is one of our anchor events because we believe it is a significant element of a student’s spiritual walk. Year after year, we’ve seen God use this camp in a mighty way. Many accept Christ as Savior and dedicate themselves to serving in ministry full-time. Not only are students’ relationships with God strengthened, they also have the opportunity to forge relationships with other students, often developing life–long friendships. If you’re a teen, you won’t want to miss this life-changing week! 

Our prayer for Youth Alive 2019 is to see lost teenagers brought to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. We want to see real revival and restoration in the lives of young people. We desire for them to leave camp on fire and ready to make a difference in their schools, churches, and neighborhoods and with their friends and families. Our hope is that the students return home from Youth Alive more committed to Jesus Christ than ever before.

Parents/Gaurdians, you will pay the amount owed for camp during the camp meeting on July 7th or the morning we leave for camp.

Let's say you've never been to Youth Alive, the problem is, you may not be sure what to pack.

  1. Pack appropriate items.Do not pack offensive or controversial t-shirts, any kind of revealing clothing, such as pants with drop waists.
    • Clothing- Please be modest, we do not want to have to tell you to change clothes. Pack at least a daily change of clothes. Take extra clothes for recreation and special activities.
    • Shoes- Wear tennis shoes. You may be running, hiking, or other outdoor activities. Flip-flops are a good idea too, but just for the lake or pool.
    • The Essentials- Bring a sleeping bag, twin size sheets, a pillow, comforter, and pajamas. Towels, washcloths, soap, shampoo (and conditioner as needed), toothpaste and toothbrush, deodorant, comb and brush, sun block and insect repellent are recommended.
  2. Last but not least- A Bible, spending money for snacks and gifts, a small flashlight with batteries.

Event Details

Day: Monday
Time: 10:00am
Contact: Chris Hopper