Thunder Camp is a power-packed seven-day intensive that any young creative warrior will not want to miss! We will have some of the very best teachers and experts equipping the troops for this time. Topics include… Explosive Worship Experiences, Hands-on Outreaches, Creative Compassion, Serving the Poor, Creative Evangelism in the Streets and Character building to last a lifetime! Creating, Songwriting and Recording Music, Arts and Media for the greatest Harvest and much more!

So, if you know someone 13 – 18 years old  and who would like to join us, please let them know about THUNDER CAMP!

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“If you have been thinking about coming to Thunder Camp, quit thinking about it and just come!! If you want God in any way or form, you need to come! God will meet you here, RADICALLY, whether you want Him to or not! !!COME NOW!!”  – JABEL

“I got totally filled with His Spirit. It was amazing!” – Mari Ruth

“Thunder Camp got me back on track. This has been the hardest year ever and this helped me break out of my shell and sing! I have never sang in front of ANYONE until I came here. I learned and got stretched by God. It was fun.” – Sara

“God packed me to the brim with so much love. He seriously rocked my inner world and showed me how much He loves me, truly, honestly, loves me.” – Rachael




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