Empower Youth Toward a Deepened Christian Faith, Enhanced Leadership Skills, and Heightened Outreach Mindset.
Transform your youth ministry through experiencing empowering youth in ministry
Typical work camp weeks Don’t Effectively Empower Young People.
Research stat on how many teens participate in workcamps vs how many consider themselves Christians after college (not sure if we can find stats like this)
Painting a house isn’t the same as learning to live for Christ every moment of every day
Being entertained by a work camp program doesn’t equal deep and lasting faith
Your Students Will Grow in Mind, Body, Heart & Soul
CE MWs help students uncover and grow into their God-given spiritual gifts
Students are given opportunities to experience leadership in multiple different ways (thinking this could highlight the “captain” idea we’ve been talking about)
Students will walk away from their MWs experience with the knowledge of who God has made them to be and how he’s calling them to live in the world (this could highlight the ‘growth plan’ that Dave has mentioned implementing)
Society sets impossibly low expectations of young people, encouraging them to be self-centered, passive consumers, rather than responsible, empowered leaders. Mission Weeks give youth the opportunity to get involved in the real work of God’s Kingdom and be empowered to serve others instead of only being served.
Oak Hill, WV
Dates: 7/3 - 7/9 or 7/10 - 7/16
We stay in the Old Historic Oak Hill School, which is the home base for an organization called SALS, Southern Appalachian Labor School. It's a large facility that acts as our home base during our time in Oak Hill.
New Castle, PA
Dates: 7/17 - 7/23 or 7/24 - 7/30
Receive this rate by sending a $100 deposit per person expected to attend by January 31, 2021.
Standard Rate: $395.00
The standard rate applies to any registrations made after February 1, 2021.
All paperwork and final payments to be postmarked by April 15, 2021.
The C.E. team provides expert guidance that takes the construction knowledge of their team and connects them with meaningful projects that once completed will positively impact people for Christ. Teams do projects such as major framing, drywall, flooring repairs, painting, and spackling.
Through our attitudes, actions, and relational connections we make in the community, we strive to create opportunities that model Christ to all those we meet and work with.