Promoting a simple understanding of the Royal Priesthood
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Copyright 2017-2018 © Teshuvah Ministries. All Rights Reserved.TESHUVAH MINISTRIES: Mailing Address: PMB 173; 2900 Government Way; Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
Youth Summer Camp in North Idaho
CAMPER BRING LIST
Please have your camper bring:
• Warm sleeping bag
• Pad to sleep on
• Summer clothes (shorts, sundresses, t-shirts, tank tops all okay)
• Warm clothes (pants, sweatshirt) for mornings and evenings
• A warm jacket (it cools down at night in the mountains)
• Swimsuit, sandals and towel (bikinis for girls are fine)
• Hiking boots and tall socks
• Your waterbottle to re-fill throughout the week
• Your Scriptures
• Some money to spend at the "camp store" (camp sweatshirts and other items)
• Personal items for showering, brushing your teeth and hair etc.
• A tent, if possible to share with other campers
Cost: $195 per camper
Early Bird Discount: $159 for registrations placed before April 30, 2017
Location: Farragutt State Park Campground, North Idaho
Camp Date: Sunday July 30, 2107 to Wednesday August 2, 2017
Arrival Times: 2pm on Sunday
Pick up Time: 2pm on Wednesday (late pickup option available)
Ages: Ages 7-18; boys and girls welcomed
Registration Open until – June 25, 2017 (or until camp is full)
2017 Camp Staff:
Program Directors: Rebekah and Hadassah Garvin
Boy's Counselor: Isaac Garvin
Girl's Counselor: Rebekah Garvin
Limited Spots Available – Only 16 spots available. Get yours quick!
A summer camp for Messianic / Hebrew Roots youth in North Idaho
Experience a Summer Camp Idaho style for Israelite youth who believe in Yahshua ha'Mashiach! Spend a few simple, old-fashioned summer days where you will camp in tents, huckleberry pick and cook over an open fire! Activities include hiking scenic mountain trails, playing group sports and participating in lots of fun lake activities like swimming and canoeing. Evening Campfires and Morning Camp Counsels will have you learning about the Story you were born into and singing praises to Yahweh Elohim. You'll also do a super groovy Hebrew craft to take home! Come make friends and memories during our SIMPLE and NON-RUSHED summer camp––come and praise Yahweh Elohim with your young laughter and joy!
A LITTLE ABOUT THE DIRECTORS
Camp Director; Girls Director and Programing: Rebekah Garvin
Rebekah (Hadassah's mom) is happy to follow Hadassah's lead and help Hadassah be successful, because she herself has always wanted a camp of her own. Rebekah is currently the Executive Director of Teshuvah Ministries.
Rebekah's work at Summer Camp is extensive. She attended Big Lake Summer Camp in Oregon most of her growing up years. In college she worked at Camp Cedar Falls in Southern California then Camp MiVoden in North Idaho. As an adult she worked for 600 Christian Camps across the country helping them advertise their summer programs and she spent hundreds of hours in volunteer work helping directors with their campfire programs. For nearly a decade she ran a successful Worthy Camper Scholarship Program and sent thousands of dollars to camps so that they could accept children who couldn't afford to other-wise be there. Rebekah was part of the Christian Camping Industry for nearly 15 years. She served the campers as a Girls Counselor, Waterfront Director, Swim Instructor, Lifeguard and in Programing. Among many other youth-oriented things she volunteered as a Youth Taskforce Worker for the UCC in the Spokane area and went with a youth group as Vacation Bible School Leader to the jungles of Malaysia. She's ready to spend a few summer days with your camper facilitating fun and meaning into their experience with her and Papa Yahweh.
Assistant Camp Director and Assistant Programing: Hadassah Garvin
Hadassah has been wanting to get kids together who believe like her for a long time (the same as her mom). Last year, at 13 years old she decided to do it herself. Instead of waiting for someone else to do it, she picked a date, created a schedule, got the location and called her friends––then told her mom about it. Her camp had 4 girls last summer. It was so fun that she wants to do it again! This summer she is hoping for 16 kids to join her!
Boy's Director: Isaac Garvin
Isaac worked year-round for 5 years at Camp MiVoden as Maintenance. He says it was the best job he ever had.
Can parents join camp? No. You are welcomed to stay for a few hours on Sunday during the afternoon to help your child get settled, but parents are asked to leave before dinner on Sunday and then pickup their child on Wednesday after 2pm. To attend a family-type situation, Teshuvah Ministries hosts a Family Sukkot every year in the Fall that you are welcomed to register for.) Thank-you!
Drop off and Pick up: Parents will need to drop off their campers and pick them up from Farragutt Park. No transportation is available.
Drop off: Sunday, July 30 at 2 pm
Pick-up: Wed. Aug. 2 at 2 pm (late pick-up option is available)
Registration Form and Waivers: Parents will need to register and pay for their camper by clicking on the register button above. Then a registration form, liability waiver, release form will be emailed and parents must mail those forms back within 2 weeks to confirm their campers spot.
Sickness: If your camper gets sick you will need to come get them right away.
Emergency Phone: There is no phone service at Farragutt State Park in the campgrounds. But one of us will go to the Ranger's Station twice a day (morning and evening) to check messages on our phone and give a quick update to parents of the younger campers. Contact with parents during summer camp can disrupt a campers experience of camp and make them homesick so we ask that contact be minimal. Thank-you! (They will have so m much to tell you when they get home!!! )
Sleeping / Bathroom / Shower Arrangement: Girls will be girl tents with Rebekah. Boys will be in the boys tents with Isaac. The park has flush toilets and seperate bathrooms and showers for boys and for girls.
Expectations and Discipline: Campers are expected to join in with all camp activities including food preparation and clean up. Campers are expected to be respectful of their fellow campers and the camp staff. In the rare case of discipline problems parents will be contacted and expected to come get their child with no refund.
Cancelation: You may cancel your reservation up to 15 days before camp for 50% refund. Any cancelations within 15 days to camp are non-refundable.
Not Allowed: Guns, drugs, alcohol, computers, ipads, or gameboys. All electronic devices (except phones which will can ONLY be used to take pictures with) will be confiscated until the end of camp.
2:00 Campers are dropped off and set up camp
7:00 After Dinner Activity
9:00 Night Games
10:00 Bed Time and all Quiet
MONDAY and TUESDAY
8:00 Wake up
9:30 Camp Counsel
10:30 Craft Activity
12:00 Light Lunch
12:30 Quiet Time
1:00 Lake Activities
4:30 Camp Activity
7:00 After Dinner Activity
8:00 Campfire and kosher marshmallow roast
9:00 Night games
10:00 Bed time and all Quiet
8:00 Wake up
9:30 Camp Counsel
10:30 Pack and take camp down
12:00 Light Lunch
12:30 Autograph Books and take pictures
2:00 Parents pick up campers