Baptist Student Ministry - Centrifuge 2015
July 18-23, 2015
Cost: $295 per person if registered before July 1 ($10 Charge for late registration)
packets will be sent to all NWBC Churches.
Centrifuge is a week long camp experience
for youth grades 7-12, which challenges students to a new and
deeper relationship with Christ. Centrifuge incorporates a teenagers
need for activity, fellowship, and spiritual growth with the
desire to learn. Bible study curriculum is built around games
and activities, resulting in stronger group relationships and
a better application of spiritual truths.
also focuses on teenagers interests. Through personal tracks, teenagers
can choose from an array of subjects such as missions, messy
games, music, witnessing, watersports, backpacking, drama, and
many others. Centrifuge doesnt overlook the importance
of youth worship. Drama, music, youth testimonies, and other
creative sources add to powerful preaching aimed directly at
the needs of todays teenagers. Would you believe that often
the nightly worship becomes a teenagers favorite time at
in it for adults??? Centrifuge is not just for students. Some of
its biggest supporters
are actually the adults who bring the students! At Centrifuge
every aspect of the program is provided so the adult sponsors
can devote their full time and attention to the spiritual development
of their students. Imagine an event where the sponsor does not
have to cook meals, plan fellowships, or organize games! On top
of that, Centrifuge offers an adult-only Bible study and tracks
for adults to receive special guidance and share new ideas.
Group Bible Study
Includes camp-wide worship
church group devotions
Centrifuge is about sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with teenagers
of every background, culture, and walk of life. Its about
deepening the relationships with friends in their own youth group.
It is about meeting teenagers from other areas of the northwest.
Centrifuge will truly be an experience that can make a life-changing
impact on the lives of teenagers and their adult leaders.