WHAT IS M3 WEEK?
A camp that is intentional about evangelism. Students will clearly hear the Gospel and lost teenagers will be given an opportunity to profess Christ as their Savior and Lord.
A camp that challenges students to live evangelistically in their communities and to live missional in the world.
A camp that offers breakout sessions to help students maintain and grow in their relationship with Christ.
A camp that utilizes small group experiences to promote discussion, prayer, fellowship and encouragement.
WHAT SEPARATES M3 FROM MANY CAMP EXPERIENCES?
- Keeps evangelism and missions as a central focus.
- Seeks to be a place God calls students into vocational ministry.
- Endeavors to help students learn how to live their faith out in their homes and communities.
- Challenges students to do the work of evangelism and to engage in what God is doing around the world.
- Cares about helping the local church and student ministries by extending our relationship with attending churches beyond one week of camp.
- Strives to use quality communicators and worship leaders.
- Fees kept at a minimum through the Cooperative Program giving of SBTC churches.
- Pre-programmed activities that allow church leaders the freedom of not worrying about the details of running a camp.
- M3’s staff desires to be an encouragement to churches and to student leaders.
WHEN IS M3?
WEEK 1- JUNE 16-20 [Zephyr]
WEEK 2- JUNE 23-17 [Highland Lakes]
WEEK 3- JUNE 29-JULY 3 [Highland Lakes]
June 23-27, 2014 - Palacios, TX
Youth Week is a summer camp for all Baptist churches in Texas. We want to introduce Christ to young people. We want young people to experience, enjoy and express Christ in their lives; not only during camp, but we would like for our students to know, live, and share their faith with a lost world.
July 14-19 - Schreiner University, Kerrville, TX
Lead Camp is geared for high school and college students who are becoming active in a church as a ministry leader. It involves the development of experiential skills for the purpose of strengthening the local church. It is a tremendous boost for students considering attending a Christian college. It is not just for students who feel “called” into vocational ministry, but is for all students who exhibit the desire or ability to be a leader. Students will return home with new music, new songs, new skits, and Bible studies, ministry tools and fellowship ideas to be used in their church and youth ministry. They will be better equipped to serve the Lord and use all of the talents He has given for strengthening the church, reaching others and honoring Him.