Junior Camp 2020
Dates: July 13-18
Completed grades 2 - 7
Speaker: Scott Sivnksty
I made a profession of faith at the age of 6 under my dad’s preaching. However, my life did not show any fruit. Finally, I realized that I was not born again and needed to personally ask Christ to save me. During an invitation at a Christian camp, I asked my father to lead me to Christ. That same night I also gave my life to serve in full-time ministry. I went to college in 1994 to prepare for the ministry. The year of 1998 was certainly a busy one for me! I graduated from college, got married, and was called to be the Youth Pastor at Catawba Springs Christian Church (Apex, NC).
After six years of youth ministry, God directed me to enter full-time evangelism. The Lord has certainly taught me many things as a Youth Pastor that will be invaluable in the ministry of evangelism. I have matured in ministry and deepened in heart for the local church and its leadership. God has allowed the burden of evangelism to grow in my heart during these past several years by providing me opportunities to preach at youth rallies, camps, teen retreats, school chapels, and on several mission fields. God has now directed our family to enter the ministry of evangelism, and we are honored and humbled to serve our Lord in this capacity.
What Makes Camp Awesome?
Capture the Flag
300 ft. Water Slide
9 Square in the Air
22 Rifle Range*
Team and Cabin Competition
*Junior Week // **Senior Week
Senior Camp 2020
Dates: August 10-15
Completed grades 6 - 12
Speaker: Dave Kistler
Evangelist Dave Kistler was born into a pastor's home and came to Christ at the age of 5. During his teenage years, he began preparing for a legal profession. However, at the age of 16, he sensed the overwhelming call of God to preach the gospel. Following his college and seminary training (during which he obtained an undergraduate degree in Bible and Graduate degrees in Pastoral Studies and Divinity-including Biblical Languages), Dave joined the staff of a large church in Florida, leading a youth group of 125 teens. After two years in youth ministry, he yielded to full-time evangelistic ministry. For over 30 years, Dave, his wife Betsy and children (Rachael, Nathan and Hannah) have traveled the world proclaiming the gospel and the word of God. Included in his ministry is an evangelistic outreach to major cities via a 2000 seat tent. Since 2001, Dave has conducted three crusades in Washington, DC, and two in the Pentagon. As a result of those evangelistic endeavors, he has started an ongoing ministry to elected officials in the nation's capital called "HOPE To The Hill." Evangelist Kistler's ministry (HOPE Ministries International) has ministered in England, France, Belgium, Scotland, Wales, Canada, Mexico, the West Indies and Africa, as well as in almost every state in the nation!
Early registration discount online: Online registration must be completed by June 12 for Junior Camp and July 17 for Senior Camp.*
* The down payment must be paid the day after the early registration deadlines to receive the discounted price.
* Church sponsors can pay the down payment online at www.campnorthwest.org
Arrival: Monday, 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Departure: Saturday 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Registration Cost: $220/Camper
Early Registration Cost: $210/Camper
Late Registration Cost: $230/Camper (After July 2 for Junior Week and after July 30 for Senior Week)
A $50 non-refundable down payment must be paid for each registered camper. This fee applies toward the total registration cost.
All payments must be paid through the church you are coming with. Individuals not coming with a church group should pay Camp Northwest directly.
Scholarship applications must be completed online by June 10 for Junior Camp and July 15 for Senior Camp.
Are You Ready for Camp?
What To Bring:
Bible, notebook and pencil/pen, sleeping bag and pillow, flashlight, toiletry items and towels, empty bag for dirty laundry, light-weight jacket (cold at night), extra pair of shoes, flip-flops or sandals for showers, swimsuit (one-piece for girls).
You may also want: Money for snack shop, craft shop (Jr. week) and paintball (Sr. week). Musical Instruments for music competition.
What Not To Bring:
Cell phones (unless given special permission), radios, CD or MP3 players, hand-held video games, questionable magazines, tobacco, liquor or drugs, knives, guns or fireworks
Guys Dress Code
Casual long pants and collared shirts are preferred for evening services. Loose fitting shorts or jeans may be worn for recreation. No tank tops or cut off shirts are allowed.
Girls Dress Code
All attire must be loose fitting and, at least, knee length. Tank tops, low necklines, & tight-fitting clothing are not acceptable camp attire. Modest skirts or dresses are preferred for evening services. Swimsuits should be one-piece
Note: CNW reserves the right to ask anyone to change his/her outfit if, in the estimation of the staff, it does not comply with these standards.
A note to Parents
Use of camp phones or personal cell phones by campers during the camp week is prohibited. In case of an emergency, camp staff will contact you.
Calls concerning safe arrival at camp should be made to/from a sponsor with your group.
Please send camper mail to the physical camp address using the camper’s name and church name.
Mark all personal belongings. Only items that seem of value will be kept for two weeks following each week of camp. Requested items can be mailed at your expense.
Health & Safety
A nurse is on site and available 24 hours a day during the camp week. Certified lifeguards supervise all water activities.
Over-the-counter medications can only be provided by the camp nurse and staff. The camp nurse has non-prescription medicines in the event of minor illness or injury.
Please do not send medication or vitamins with campers unless they are prescribed by a doctor.
All prescriptions MUST be in their original, labeled containers.