A Safe Place To Land
From A World Of Confusion
Before we entered a two-year shutdown, studies found that Millennials and Gen Zers are more likely to struggle with mental health issues than the generations that came before them. Youth are, for the most part, more affluent and more connected than before, but feel more isolated and scared than at any other time in history. Kids today are raised in a “your-truth/me-centered” reality where they no longer have something concrete to believe is the truth. How can you push back on the devastating effects of our cultural bankruptcy? This world is in desperate need of rescue from sin.
The hope for the anxiety-filled moment we find ourselves in is Jesus Christ. On Christ, the solid rock, we stand and proclaim the stability that the world cannot offer.
To A Place Set Apart
For this reason, we are announcing our new Welcome Center Project at Lake Geneva Youth Camp. We will convert our old camp dining hall into a new multi-purpose hub for camp programs and guest connection. In 2021 we raised over $300,000 to focus our guests on one main entrance. These projects are currently underway, and we expect to see many of them completed before the summer of 2023.
Future campers will arrive out of the chaos and brokenness of this world and be greeted with a clear next step in their check-in process. Our facilities at LGYC can emulate the clarity we bring into the world. This new facility is perfectly positioned with our new entryway drive. An exterior fireplace will draw people into the space, where guests will see kids playing in the new game room. On your way out of camp, you can conveniently grab a snack or camp apparel at our brand-new Landeck Canteen.
The Welcome Center is more than an exciting generational change to our property; it is a safe place to land for our youth and teens. Close to 20,000 guests will walk through this new facility’s doors each year.