I am currently interning with Provision International, a ministry in Nashville, Tennessee which combines compassion ministry with the creative arts.  Every summer we host a week-long camp for youth who are gifted in the creative arts and have a heart for Jesus.  It’s an amazing time, that has SO much to offer for creative youth students!


Thunder Camp is an explosive and fun-filled week for students ages 13-18.  Students will encounter God in new ways, receive missions experience by serving the poor in Nashville and explore a variety of creative gifts such as music, drama, art, photography, singing, song writing and dance.  It’s a powerful time of spiritual and creative growth.

Click here for more information, and to view the brand new THUNDER CAMP video

(Please note group discount rates as shown on the above website.)

Applications and deposits are due by June 15th.  Applications are processed in the order they are received and only 25 spaces are available, so please pray about this opportunity and pass this information on to your creatively-gifted youth.

www.harvestsound.com

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