Jr. High Girls Camp
Jr. High Girls Camp
July 8-14, 2018
Girls entering grades 6-9 next fall
Wow, Ladies! Jr. High Girls Camp lets you enjoy nature one minute and create unique crafts the next. Be warned, our games can get messy! You’ll love your counselor. She’s sweet, friendly and can’t get enough of Jr. High Girls. Plus, you’ll experience chapels that speak directly to you about the God who is changing lives and cares deeply for you.
- No boys!
- Great Worship.
- Great Counselors, who are godly role models for young ladies.
- Working on projects in the Handcraft Center.
- Petting the rabbits, guinea pigs, and gerbils in the Nature Center
- Swimming and boating in Geneva Lake.
- Messy Games.
- Chapel times to learn God’s truths about how he created each girl, loves each young girl, and wants us to live for Him too!
*Group discounts are available for churches attending as a group.
*Don’t forget to invite all your friends and save! With our bring-a-friend promotion, bring 4 friends that have never been to camp and save $400! See the promotions page for more details.
Drop off and Pick up Information
Camp Begins at 2:00 pm with registration on Sunday.
Camp Ends at 10:00 am with a closing ceremony in the Chapel on Saturday.
7:30 Wake Up
8:00 Cabin Devotions
10:15 Cabin Activities
11:15 Cabin Activities
1:15 Camper Choice Time
4:30 Cabin Time
6:15 Fun Evening Activities
10:00 Back to the Cabin for Small Group Time
10:30 Bed Time
Stacey Johnson is a licensed professional counselor at her private practice, “The Purple Couch”, in Oklahoma City. Stacey works passionately with women and girls of all ages and seasons. She helps them work toward healing and personal growth. Additionally, she counsels families, couples and businesses working to empower goal setting and mindful living.
Stacey owns, and teaches, at a dance studio. She enjoys leading monthly workshops and quarterly retreats geared to refresh, inspire and empower women to fulfill God’s greatest potential for their life and relationships. Stacey is happily married to her best friend and grateful to be a momma to eight children and Gammy to one granddaughter. She aspires to awaken and encourage freedom in girls and women to bravely be themselves, as well as, pursue wholeness in mental, emotional and relational peace.