* Directors – Randy Mathis, Troy Rogers – email@example.com
* Dates – June 30 – July 6, 2019
* Ages – Students Entering Middle School, High School, & Graduated Seniors
* Cost- $165
CONNECT WEEK is all about connecting to God, connecting to one another, and connecting others to Jesus!
There’s something special about Camp Lu-Jo Connect because it focuses on reconnecting with familiar faces, making new friends, learning more about God’s Word, finding meaning in your life, and having new experiences all while having a great time! The mission of this week is for you to form lasting relationships with friends, draw closer to God, and then go out and draw others to Him. You will leave this week energized and ready to live life in the best way possible through the support of God and your camp family!
2019 Theme: As we prepare for another AMAZING week at Camp Lu-Jo our 2019 CONNECT WEEK theme is IN ALL THINGS. Whether we want to admit it or not we are always under a microscope. As Christians, our words and our actions are always being looked at and for better or worse we influence those around us. And the truth is we will either influence someone towards heaven or towards hell.
God has called us to be mindful of our example before the world and it may be that we will be the only example of Christ some people will ever see. As we engage in study this week, we will spend time in our morning Bible classes looking at 1 Thessalonians and to the great example the Thessalonians were and what made them such wonderful examples. In our morning worship we will be considering some of the challenges we face as Christians that seem to get in the way of our example before others. Then, in our afternoon Bible Classes we will take time to consider Paul’s words to Timothy in 1 Timothy 4:12, and all the various areas that we are to BE AN EXAMPLE in.
We believe that this is going to be a GREAT week of Bible Study and we hope that YOU are making plans to join us!
CONNECT WEEK Dress Code:
At CONNECT WEEK we are working hard to create an environment that will help you grow spiritually. Unfortunately, our society is not concerned with modesty and invariably the clothing industry fails to produce an overwhelming amount of clothing for you to wear that will fit into this environment. BUT, we still are committed to holding to a high standard of modesty. So…to eliminate any problems at camp, we ask that you follow the “Dollar Bill Test” for your shorts. While standing, take a dollar bill, turn it horizontally, and have it touch the top of your knee. If the top of the bill does not touch the bottom of your shorts or skirts, please do not bring them. Be aware that we will have alternative shorts for campers who do not have appropriate length shorts to wear, just keep in mind they aren’t usually considered “in style!” You can bring sleeveless shirts so long as they DO NOT show ANY undergarments. We would ask that you do not bring anything tight fitting that would “hug” the body! Girls, you may wear leggings, we just ask that your t–shirt is long enough to cover your behind. Please take time to evaluate your camp clothes and remember, “When in doubt, leave it out!”
For worship, we ask that you keep your clothing casual (Jeans and a t–shirt/long skirt, etc…). Just make sure that what you bring is in accordance with the above dress code. We would encourage you bring something a little nicer for our Friday evening activities. In all things, just make sure that what you wear honors God!
For more information on Connect Week, please contact directors Randy Mathis & Troy Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.