Building lives that HONOR God
Sunday Morning Bible Study- 9:30 am for students 6th -12th grade
The saying goes, “you are what you eat”. At FBC Wimberley, we desire to build lives that honor God. Faith development begins for many in the home. Sunday morning Bible study is a unique time of week that we aim to dig into true study of God’s word. We look at the character of God, how Jesus lived it out, and who we are called to be. Each week, students are provided with a devotional guide for the following week that recaps what was covered. Classes are divided by jr. high guys, jr. high girls, and high school combined. Join us in the student building.
Wednesday Nights- 6:15 pm for students 6th -12th grade
Students love Wednesday nights at first and hanging with friends. With a committed team of student ministry leaders, we are passionate about creating environments for students to connect with God and others. We want to see students grow in their faith to become like Christ, to serve others, and share the hope they have in Jesus.
Food Served / Games – 6:00 – 6:45 pm
Singing- 6:45 – 7:00 pm
Bible Study- 7:00 – 7:25 pm
Small Groups- 7:25 – 8:00 pm
Turn in this notarized medical release form if you have not done so already. A notary will be available in the foyer between gatherings this Sunday.
You’ll also need to fill out this Glorieta Conference Center Online Release Form.
The cost of camp is $349. Many have paid the initial deposit of $75. You can pay the balance online by clicking here. Choose “Student Camp” under “Select a fund.” And include the name of student(s) in the “optional memo” section.
We have 60 going to camp and still have a few spaces open, however the deadline to get medical release forms and liability waivers turned in is quickly approaching. Call Sean (512) 845-3533 if you have questions or know a student that would like to attend but is in need of scholarship.
We have now secured a second charter bus for travel to Glorieta! Here’s all the information you need to know:
THURSDAY, JULY 4TH
10:30 p.m. Check in at FBC Wimberley
11:00 p.m. Leave FBC Wimberley
FRIDAY, JULY 5TH
Breakfast in route
Lunch in route
6:45 Life Group Bible Study 7:00 Student Pastor Gathering
9:30 Church Group Gathering 11:00 Lights Out
JULY 6th, 7th, 8th
7:00-8:30 Breakfast and Quiet Time
8:15 Life Group Leader Meeting
10:15 Recreation / Life Group Bible Study 11:30-12:30 Lunch
1:00 Recreation / Life Group Bible Study 3:00 Free Time Options-Track 1
4:00 Free Time Options-Track 2 5:30-6:30 Dinner
6:45 Student Pastor Gathering 6:45 Prayer Gathering
9:15 Church Group Gathering 11:00 Lights Out
TUESDAY, JULY 9TH
7:00-8:30 Breakfast and Quiet Time
12:00 midnight arrive at FBC
WHAT TO BRING:
Modest, casual clothing for four nights of Worship
Modest, comfortable clothing for three days of recreation
(Our color assigned is Orange)
Modest, comfortable clothing for the trip home
Closed toe shoes (For daytime activities)
Bible, pen & notebook
Towels and washcloths
Bedding and pillow (Unless told otherwise)
Spending money for snacks and Student Life Store
Watch and/or alarm clock
Money for 2 meals traveling to Glorieta: Breakfast/Lunch (fast food)
Money for 2 meals returning home: Lunch/Dinner (fast food)
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Tobacco, drugs or alcohol
Fireworks, water balloons or weapons Skateboards, roller skates or roller blades
CAMP DRESS CODE
No tight clothing or clothing that reveals undergarments
No short shorts or skirts (Stand with your arms by your side. If your fingertips are touching skin, your shorts or skirt should be longer.)
Shirts should have straps that are at least three fingers wide
No speedos or midriff-baring bathing suits
No clothing that promotes alcohol, cigarettes or any other inappropriate items
No clothing with questionable sayings, slogans, etc.
WHAT WILL YOUR STUDENT BE LEARNING?
We all want to belong. Whether it be in a family, a relationship, or a community, belonging to these groups gives us an identity and a sense of purpose. However, because of sin, many people are missing out on the most purpose-driven relationship of all. Those without a relationship with God lack an understanding of what it means to truly belong, to feel loved, and to have a proper perspective of the world around them. But through the life of His Son, Jesus, and through faith in Him, we receive access to a relationship with God, as well as the abundant life that comes along with it. God has given us a way to be in community with Him. At Student Life Camp 2019, students will learn that by faith and through the completed work of Jesus on the cross, God grants them access to His family.
DAILY BIBLE STUDY FOCUSES
Day 1: Access Granted
God offers us access to a relationship with Him through the completed work of Jesus on the cross. By faith, we become members of His family.
Day 2: Filtered Focus
Membership in God’s family changes us and gives us a differing perspective on the world and the people in it. It’s impossible to be in the family and to remain the same. We can experience each day with a focus on the hope that is found in Christ.
Day 3: When We Fall
Access doesn’t mean we now live a life of perfection. Even though we stumble and fall, in His mercy, God draws us back to Him. He is a gracious God who wants a personal, deep, and full relationship with each of us.
Day 4: A Greater Calling
Now that we have access to this community, we must share that news with others. No matter who are you are or what you do, obedience to this calling is for all members of God’s family.
Pay your deposit for camp online.
Be sure to put name of student and “camp deposit”
in the memo section.