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Boot Camp provides foundation for life
Helping young people answer some of life's big questions while gaining skills for leadership is the focus of a powerful week-long summer event at BBC.
"Boot Camp: Basic Training for Junior Highers" is a special time for seventh and eighth graders to build a foundation for leadership and continued growth and maturity.
Boot Camp is set for July 15-19 for students and their youth workers.
Get details and register to attend online at www.bbc.edu/bootcamp.
Focusing on growth
Spiritual growth takes place as students gain from general sessions, personal devotional times, small group meetings, and meeting new friends.
Each day of the week focuses on a different issue, guiding students to answer four big questions facing them:
-How do I know God loves me?
-How do I know I'm saved?
-What do I do when I sin?
-Can I make a difference?
Led by youth ministry veteran Dwight Peterson of BBC, students are given the tools they need to become leaders in their churches and schools, building a foundation for a lifetime of service.
"Boot Camp is a wonderful progression in what BBC is offering to young people," said Mike Brink a youth worker from Binghamton, NY. "I feel like it gives our kids a jump start in developing their spiritual life, and in developing important skills. They also have a great time building new friendships."
More On Campus
Nearly 4,000 people annually attend camps and conferences at BBC&S.
Information on all summer events and conferences, including Teen Leadership Conference, five sports camps, LYFE Women's Conference, Men's Conference, and Summer Volunteers Week, are online at www.bbc.edu/events.
Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students learn to serve and lead as they gain critical leadership and life skills.
To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.
Posted on: 6/20/2013 9:20:30 AM