Register today! LEAD Camp 2018 is July 9-13 at Lake Tomahawk.
199/camper, Registration deadline is June 30th!
For more information please email Kayla Welch or call the SBTC at 817-552-2500.
Please download the correct set of forms and email them in when complete!
Developing the Next Generation of Leaders
LEAD Camp is a leadership boot-camp for leaders and worship leaders in your youth group. During the week of camp, students will grow deeper in their faith and receive specific training in leadership and worship leadership practices.
LEAD Camp is open to High School students only—students completing grades 9-12. Youth ministers are encouraged to send student leaders and worship band members. LEAD Camp is not just for students that sense a call into ministry. All students serving in leadership in their youth group and high school campus should attend.
There are three tracks to LEAD Camp 2018: Worship, Technology and Leadership
The worship track is designed to provide all the tools and training necessary to plan and lead worship and improve instrumental and worship leadership abilities. All worship track students will have band experience. Students will be placed in worship bands and will learn new songs and lead moments of worship throughout the week.
Each student will spend time learning about worship theology, worship planning and design, song evaluation, leading and rehearsing a band, worship technology and instrumental techniques. Experienced worship leaders and instrumentalists teach sessions.
*Instrument Breakouts at LEAD Camp are rhythm instruments (piano/keyboard, guitar, bass, drums) and voice only
In the worship technology track students will learn the ins-and-outs of sound, lighting, and video projection and software systems. This track is a hands-on approach that will have students leaving LEAD Camp with knowledge of how to better use equipment in their church to produce great sound/lighting/video week after week in worship.
The leadership track at LEAD Camp is designed to teach Christian leadership principles, apologetics, personal discipleship, evangelism, and developing a Christian worldview. Your students will return to you as more fully developed leaders that can impact your youth group and community for the Gospel. Students will also put these principles into action during the week, applying what they are learning.
ATTENTION YOUTH MINISTER / CHURCH LEADER
Our new camp location requires one sponsor for every 8 students. You would need to provide the appropriate number of sponsors for your group.
Have questions? Email Kayla Welch