Jr. + Sr. High Arctic Blast
Are you ready
February 2-4, 2018
For Students in Grades 6-12
…to encounter God, engage with new and old friends, and play in a wintry paradise? It’s Arctic Blast Time!
Leave life as you know it behind and prepare for a weekend of ultimate fun. Be challenged by messages from God’s word by great speakers, and sing praises to the King along with the band.
(Group Pricing Available)
Extra Cost for things like: Paintball, Coffee Shop, and Camp Hoodie.
Bring your youth group and enjoy the fun! Here are the forms you will need to complete and email to: Lucas Adams
All In One Waiver (Each camper that wishes to participate in our recreation options needs to complete this form)
Insurance is required for all groups attending AB: Here is a Sample Form
9:00 Session #1
10:30 Group Time
12:30 Back to Cabins
9:30 Session #2
10:45 Group Time
11:15 Free Time
1:30 Free Time
6:30 Free Time
9:45 Group Time
10:15 Event/Free Time
12:00 Back to Cabins
8:00 Clean Up/Pack Up
10:15 Group Time
11:15 Head Home
Rob Clark holds a Masters in Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary and has been serving in youth ministry for almost 15 years. He has served with Young Life in Washington State as well as California, and currently oversees the youth department at University Place Presbyterian Church. He lives in Tacoma, Washington with his wife Jessica, and his daughter, Isabela. His biggest passions in life are being a servant husband and loving father. With students, Rob strives to help them find their identity as an adopted child in God’s family, help them discover what their role is as a child in God’s family, and help them discover what it means to belong to God’s family in the church.
Scott Brownson is a husband, father of three, worship leader, songwriter, and recording artist. He started writing songs while in bible college and soon started a band called Pivitplex while a youth pastor in Montana. Pivitplex eventually put out 2 albums, one on BEC Recordings/ EMI and one on Selectric/ Provident/ Sony. The band toured (with Switchfoot, Audio Adrenaline, Tenth Avenue North, Skillet) out of Nashville for several years and had several Top 10 hits.
In 2007, after a series of personal tragedies, Scott and his wife Carla decided it was time to come off the road. Scott became a worship pastor in Utah and then helped plant a church in New Mexico. During that time, he fell in love with leading worship and began to write songs for church worship. God opened the door for him to record some of these songs and did so with his longtime friend and music veteran and Dove Award winner Paul Colman (Paul Colman Trio, Newsboys) producing the first EP in a series of EPs called “Songs in Response.”
Since then, Scott and his family have moved back to their native Montana and serve at the camp that he grew up at called Clydehurst Christian Ranch, just north of Yellowstone National Park. He has now recorded and released two more “Songs in Response” EPs produced by acclaimed GRAMMY nominated producer Paul Mabury (Lauren Daigle, All Sons and Daughters, One Sonic Society) and spends time leading worship in his local church, at Clydehurst for the youth and families that attend camp, and travels extensively to churches, camps, colleges, and conferences to lead music, teach about worship leading, encourage songwriters and ministry leaders, and play concerts.
Scott is currently working on his debut full-length album with GRAMMY nominee, Jonny MacIntosh (Third Day, Brenton Brown). The album is expected to be released in March 2018.