"What is impossible with men is possible with God." Luke 18:27

June 15-19, 2015


Highland Lakes Baptist Camp 


$215 if paid in full by May 15
$250 if paid in full by June 5
*Registration requires a $50 non-refundable deposit

Registration Deadline

Participants must register online by Friday, June 5 or a $20 late fee will be applied
*Registration is not complete until the final balance has been paid


Children who will have completed grades 3-6


Mission Adventure Camp is designed for children who have completed grades 3-6. They will glimpse God's love for all people and be challenged to recognize that with Him the Mission is Possible! Campers will interact with real missionaries, hear amazing accounts of God at work and learn how they can be missionaries in their own communities. With God all things are possible! Join us for the fun and excitement of all the camp activities, Bible study, worship and a variety of tracks to choose. This will be a life-impacting week.

Speaker: Dylan Watts

Dylan is from Lexington, KY and is a graduate of the University of Kentucky. He is currently a student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is studying towards his Masters of Divinity in Discipleship and Family Ministry. His future goal is to serve as a full time Children's/Family Pastor. Dylan has worked with Centrikid Camps over the four previous summers; serving as Camp Pastor last summer. His main passion is to see the gospel transform the hearts of children, and grow into active followers of Christ. May the gospel go forth.

Reality316Worship Led By: Reality 3:16

Reality 3:16 was formed in 2010 by students at Hope Community Church in Brownsburg, IN. In addition to leading worship each week for the students at Hope Community, Reality 3:16 has led worship at camps and churches throughout Indiana.



HapElizabethCamp Missionaries: Hap and Elizabeth

Hap and Elizabeth are natives of Illinois and were married there in 2004. At that time, Hap was an athletic trainer and moved to Indianapolis to be with Elizabeth who was studying nursing at IUPUI. They immediately began attending Northside Baptist Church and were growing in their faith together. Their desire to know the Lord and to follow Him began to take a new turn in 2008 when they believed He was calling them to take the good news of the gospel to foreign lands. Individually and together they travelled to the Middle East, Ukraine, Southeast Asia and Ethiopia. After years of prayer and seeking His will they moved to the Middle East in 2012 with their sons Sam, Andrew and Jacob. Just last December the Lord blessed them with twins, Abigail and Abram. They are excited to share about their experiences and about the Father's work in the place that they live!

Missions Offering: Lighthouse school in Gaza

Gaza's children have been traumatized by war and violence and have suffered the effects of extreme poverty, overcrowded living conditions, and political instability. Because of poverty and overcrowded schools, many of these children grow up unable to read or write and have little hope for a better future. The Lighthouse School is committed to reaching these children with help and hope through God's love... and lighting the way to a bright future.
Join with Hap, Elizabeth, and SCBI as we sponsor at least one child at the Lighthouse School in Gaza. For just under $500 a year, one child's tuition, transportation, uniforms, and a meal each day are covered.
Campers are asked to bring money for an offering that will be taken up during worship at camp.



1:00     Registration

3:30     Opening Meeting

4:00     Scavenger Hunt

5:00     Dinner A

5:30     Dinner B

6:15     Pool Party/Lake

8:15     Worship

10:15   Cabin Devotions

10:30   Bedtime/ Lights Out!



7:00     Wake Up/Clean Cabin

7:30     Breakfast A

8:00     Breakfast B

8:30     Morning Celebration

9:25     Track A

10:35   Bible Study A/Missions A

11:40   Lunch A

12:10   Lunch B

12:50   Bible Study B/Missions B

1:50     Track B

3:00     Free Time

5:15     Dinner A

5:45     Dinner B

6:15     Evening Worship

7:15     Competition and Theme Party

9:30     Cabin Prayer Time/Quiet Time

10:30   Bedtime/Lights Out!



7:00     Wake up

7:30     Breakfast

8:30     Pack/Cabin Clean Up

9:30     Closing Worship

10:30   Leave for Home!


What to bring to camp

• Water bottle that you can refill and carry with you
• Closed-toe, closed-heel shoes (for outdoor activities)
• Swimming suit (one piece or tankini that doesn’t show belly), flip flops, beach towel, cover-up for the pool
• Bible, notepad, and pen
• Toiletries such as soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, etc., sun protection
• Spending money for snacks and camp store (optional)
• Missions offering donations (optional)

What NOT to bring to camp

• DO NOT BRING alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, water guns, or any kind of weapon
• DO NOT BRING radios, iPods, CD players, play station portables or other gaming devices, roller blades, skateboards, cell phones


Sarah Bohrer or Bev Olonoh