of what Roanoke Christian Camp has to offer.
Daily worship services are held in the Bonner Jackson Pavilion overlooking the beautiful Pamlico River while meals take place in Smartnick Hall.
We have overnight sessions perfect for any camper!
“You are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone.”
Dean: Joshua Bueno
Strangers In A Strange Land
In the Bible, Daniel was a young man who found himself in a strange and dangerous land far away from home. He had to adjust to a different language, new customs, and a very different culture. It was hard and filled with all sorts of dangers. Daniel was a
stranger in a very strange land.
That’s true of us as well. As the old song goes, “this world is not my home”. We’re strangers living in a land that’s filled with dangers for us as followers of Christ. We need help in safely navigating our way through this strange world. We’ll be looking at Daniel’s life for the tips and help we need to safely make it through this life and home again.
Jay Hardison – Minister – Plymouth Church of Christ
BeHOLY: even when the walls are broken
The story of Nehemiah is a story of a Broken place and a Broken people. It is a story of a man who looked at himself Honestly and realized that he did not have what it took to fix the world. However, he believed that with God’s help, it could make a difference. It’s a story about what happens when leaders do more than identify problems, but seek the Opportunity to be a part of the solution. It’s a story of Love; that allows you to focus what matters and lose what does not. It’s a story of revival that starts in You and spills over into the world.
Lance Pippin – Youth Minister – Christ’s Church
June 30 – July 5
Bold – Faith, Words, Prayer, Choices, Actions
/Bōld/ adjective: (of a person, action, or idea) showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous. We live in a world that is terrified of risk. And it’s good to stay safe. But living for God is counter-cultural! It means loving the unloved, being selfless instead of selfish, and many times it means taking a stand in ways that are not popular with the populace. God calls us to do BOLDNESS in our faith, with our words, in our prayer, with our choices, and through our actions. This week, we’ll be looking through stories from the book of Acts to discover some of the BOLD men and women God used to change the world!
Dean: Chris Woolard, Venture Church, Wilmington, NC
Stewart Woodley and Jamie Fulford, Ministers at University Church of Christ, Greenville, N.C.
Conflict is all around us. During this session our lessons will be focused on the best way to handle disagreements and how and when to react to situations that do not turn out well.
Chris Avery, Manager, Roanoke Christian Camp
Christmas in July!
We are excited to celebrate Christmas in the summer. During Discovery Week campers will learn about Jesus and his birth. The week will be filled with fun activities, exciting games, and lessons about Jesus. Come prepared to have lots of fun, lots of laughs, and make lots of new friends!
Dean: Danielle Hortelano
Bane Angles, Lead Minister at First Christian Church, Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
July 28 – August 2
Patrick Harrison – Venture Church
Explorers Camp is often a first time overnight experience for your camper. In our short time together at Explorers we will do just that, EXPLORE! Camp has so much to offer and we want your child to have a great experience. Each day they will have an opportunity to explore the camp facilities during recreation, worship and their favorite is usually the pool 🙂 Most importantly we will take time to explore the love of God and how it will impact them the rest of their lives.
Ethan Coltrain – Union Grove Church of Christ
Joey Craft – Youth Minister – Haw Branch Church of Christ
Dean: Patrick Harrison – Venture Church