Man Camp

Man Camp

2023 The Call September 22-23

Our focus this year will center around our character, convictions and commission that we need to be dedicated to as men of God. Outside of teaching times, you will enjoy free time activities that will allow you to connect with other men, relieve stress and regain perspective. Everything from high-energy paintball or ziplining to relaxed hiking and fishing will be available during the weekend. Our speaker this year is Jeremy Kimble, Associate Professor of Theology at Cedarville University. The weekend is for ages 6th grade and up.

Speaker Jeremy Kimble Cedarville Univeristy

Dr. Jeremy Kimble is passionate about teaching college students the truth of God’s Word. His hope is that through his courses, students will grow in their love for God and others rightly understand the grand narrative of Scripture, and apply theological truths to everyday life. Dr. Kimble is committed to teaching in the classroom, mentoring students in smaller settings, and speaking in churches, camps, and conference settings. He served in pastoral ministry for eight years and currently serves as a co-leader of an adult Sunday School class at Grace Baptist Church in Cedarville. Dr. Kimble's academic interests include biblical and systematic theology, ecclesiology, hermeneutics and homiletics, discipleship and spiritual growth, and biblical and pastoral leadership.

Details & Cost

Cost is $90/person for one night, meals and activities. Registration begins Friday afternoon at 2pm and ends around 6:30pm with dinner served at 7pm.

Registration is open now and will end on September 11th.

You will be staying in one of our cabins which has 6 bunk beds in each unit with twin size mattresses. (1 bed is a full). There will be 6-10 people in each cabin depending on your group size. Almost all the cabins have two toilets, two sinks, and two showers in them.

Explore Twin Lakes

    • Hiking Trails - Twin Lakes has a little over 3 miles of hiking trails including a self-guided prayer walk on property. The trails are perfect for a group hike or a solitary moment during a busy retreat. Guided night hikes are a favorite of campers and retreat guests at Twin Lakes.
    • Lake Activities - Paddle boats and canoes are available to guests at Lower Lake, near the dining hall and covered bridge. Both Upper and Lower Lakes are also full of great fishing spots to enjoy alone or with a friend.
    • Café and Store - Go and visit the Blue Heron Camp Store or Clifty Creek Café where you can grab camp gear, a snack and coffee. Stay a while and choose from a selection of board or card games to play with friends.
    • Challenge Mountain - Make sure to make room for this adventure in your schedule! Complete with high and low ropes courses, a zip line, climbing tower and more, Challenge Mountain has thrills and challenges you won't want to miss!

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