Arctic Blast II

Arctic Blast II

January 27 – 29, 2023

  • Dates:
  • Ages:
    For Students in Grades 6-9
  • Cost:
    Group: $125

Jr. High 

January 27 – 29, 2023

Bundle up, grab your friends, and join us for a winter weekend filled with fun, friendship, and a fresh dive into God's Word to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus and other people. Enjoy all that Winter Camp has to offer, and warm up with worship and chapel sessions (don't forget the hot chocolate!).

(Group Registration Only)

* COVID-19 Protocols listed (Click Here)


7:00 Registration

Coffee Shop Open

8:15 Leader’s Meeting

9:15 Chapel

10:30 Snack

Group Time / Stay in Cabins for night


7:30 Coffee

8:00 Youth Leaders Meeting

8:30 Breakfast

Broomball & Paintball Sign Up Table

9:30 Chapel

10:20 Breakout Elective #1

11:00 Breakout Elective #2

11:30 Group Time

11:45 Free Time

• Paintball #1

• Coffee Shop

• Floor Hockey

• Gym

12:00 Pathway Presentation

12:30 Lunch

1:30 Free Time

• Broomball Tourney Begins

• Paintball #2

• Coffee Shop

• Tubing Hill (Weather Permitting)

• Craft (Carriage Room)

• Open Gym

• Floor Hockey

• Giant Swing

1:30 Zipline

3:00 Youth Leaders Reception

3:00 Climbing Wall

3:30 Paintball #3

5:30 Dinner

7:00 Chapel

8:30 Group Time

9:45 Final Broomball Game


Free Time

Coffee Shop


11:00 Back to Cabins


7:30 Coffee

7:30 Game Room

• Pack up and move out of rooms

• Gym Open

• Coffee Shop

8:30 Breakfast

9:15 Group Time

10:00 Chapel

11:15 Head Home

Luke Trouten
Luke Trouten Lake Geneva Youth Camp Arctic Blast
Luke Trouten has shared about Jesus with teenagers since he was a teenager himself. Luke loves bringing stories of hope and transformation in hopes that students will find belonging and purpose in Jesus. His work as a youth pastor has connected him to students all over, from youth camps in northern Minnesota to refugee camps in Kenyan deserts. Luke now leads Recharge Ministries, which trains and supports youth and children's ministry workers. He also works for Urban Ventures, a nonprofit in Minneapolis that works to break the cycle of poverty by preparing and sending children to college. Luke has been to 49 states, loves Asian food, and almost always has music playing. He and his wife live in South Minneapolis and enjoy cooking together, exploring new places, and getting outside as often as possible. 
  • Individuals - $145
  • Groups - $125 (for leaders who aren't free - I left at $60)
  • Partner Churches - $100
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Camp Sponsorship
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