victory Week Pt. Deux

July 6-10

Lake Lavon Baptist Camp and Conference Center

Elements

New Elements-Zipline, The Blob, Catamaran, Tubing, Sailing, Kayaking, New Worship Center

Plus Pool, Skeet Shooting, Fishing, The baptizer Water slide, Basketball, Volleyball, and more!

Registration

Camp Rates

$199 before July 1.

$219 after July 1.

lakelavoncamp.com/rental-camps-online-registration/fbc-forney-registration-18/

Church Name: FBC Terrell

Church Leader: Blake Marlow

Have Insurance and Shot Records Ready

Student and Parent Signature required



Victory Week Details

Parent Camper  Meeting

Mandatory Parent Camper Meeting July 1st at 12pm in the FBC Terrell Sanctuary


Departure

We will meet behind the ROC in the parking lot on Friday July 6th at 3pm.

We will return Tuesday afternoon July 10. 


Common Questions about camp.

Who is Victory Week for? Students who have finished the 6th -12th Grades

What are the rules for Victory Week?- Download the Rules for Victory week directly above.

Will there be a nurse? Yes, We will have a registered nurse at camp.

What do I need to bring? This is in the Rules for Victory Week.

Do I need spending money? Yes, bring money for concessions.

Do I have to swim? No, we will have plenty of other activities.


Saved

Victory Week Pt. Deux is going back to the 90's! This summer as we gather at camp we want to focus in on what it means to be truly saved. Aiming to combat what the culture and climate of society tell us about salvation and what it means. Instead, we want to gather and study what the Bible declares as salvation. That we "have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast."-Eph 2:8 The Bible also tells us "Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ."- Romans 5:1. We need to understand that our faith is real, our salvation is real, and came at a cost, for our accord, but not on our dime. Our salvation does not exist to make us feel good about ourselves, 

God does not save us and leave us alone, nor does he want us to be just a people of good moral sound and character. God desires much more then that from us. Christ died to redeem us from sin and reconcile us to God that we may have relationship with him, glorify his name, and declare his glory and grace to all nations. To be saved is more then a change in behavior. It changes everything. That is what we want every student to come away with this week.