DECEMBER 14-15, 2018

For young adults ages 18-35

Come join us for a weekend away at camp as we enjoy time away from our busy schedule. we Look forward to enjoying old & new relationships, challenges from God’s Word, and unique opportunities to worship & have fun!

Some details:

  • Registration will be held from 5:00 to 6:45 on Friday evening and dinner begins promptly at 7:00. Your remaining balance will be collected at this time; check & cash are preferred, although credit cards are also accepted.

  • Lodging will be in Tecumseh and Wyandotte. Most beds in these lodges are twin size. Please bring bedding (pillow and sheets or sleeping bag), personal toiletries, towel, Bible, closed-toe shoes, and optional spending money for camp store/espresso bar.

  • Activities - We will have a bonfire/s'mores, skeet shooting and will be opening our high ropes challenge courses (weather permitting). Also, we will be offering a few creative workshops for you to enjoy throughout the day Saturday.

  • Departure – Our last scheduled activity will be Saturday dinner at 5:00, you may depart at your leisure by 7:30.

Speaker: Michael Clutz

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Michael has been teaching 7th & 8th grade Bible at Worthington Christian School for 13 years and also works as the worship director at Linworth Baptist Church.  He lives in Westerville, OH with his wife Rachel and their one year old daughter, Hosanna Ruth. In April, they are excited to welcome a baby boy into their family. Scioto Hills has always been a special place for Michael and his family. Michael is hoping that you will laugh a lot, be encouraged, and spiritually challenged during this weekend together.

 

worship: Luke Richardson

Luke comes from the town of Danville, Indiana. As he has served musically at church, he continues to learn about the beauty of worshipping God not just on Sundays, but personally and continuously.

In 2013, he began studying at Cedarville University and spent two years traveling with a touring worship band from Cedarville called Heartsong, leading worship for churches and camps from New Hampshire to Tennessee and nearly every state in between. He graduated in May 2017.

He loves photography/videography, music production, watching and talking about sports, and being tall. He can find music he likes in nearly every genre except country. In his free time, he enjoys studying, stressing over exams, and studying.

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