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Sometimes in the midst of people’s efforts to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, different faith perspectives collide and even damage ministries. Examine, along with Dale Wiebe, the pressures a ministry can face when these differing perspectives converge at camp. What’s going on? Can you manage this—and how?
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Explore how to better use social media, analytics, conversation tracking, responsive web design, SEO, remarketing and website optimization to make digital tools work for your organizations. Jeff Hunt will share the tools to tell exactly how people are engaging your brand and how much you need to budget to acquire new customers.
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YouTube is becoming a dominant platform for communicating to your organization’s guests, staff, donors, and friends. Learn how to engage with YouTube, produce a quality video on a low budget, build a channel, program your videos and advertise to the right audiences from Jeff Hunt.
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Adventure activities are lots of fun, but it’s easy for activities to simply become an end in themselves and for us to miss the opportunities to maximize potential learning because we are not prepared. Based upon principles in his book, God of Adventure, this session will highlight Bruce Dunning’s struggles and successes in this area.
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Brad Lomenick discusses mentoring, how it works, who needs it, why it’s important and keys for old mentoring young., young mentoring old, and everything in between.
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Effective boards are key to exceptional results in ministry. Too often, boards are minimized with little to no resources or training that could help their members strengthen a camp. Take an interactive, practical look as Ed McDowell shares the top 10 things boards and camp directors need to pay attention to for board effectiveness.
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How can you maximize the impact o f your ministry? Join Rob Ribbe if you’re new to camping or want to deepen your impact. He’ll discuss the theological and theological principles that you can effectively implement for greatest ministry influence.
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Join Michael Perry for a practical guide to building a productive, positive ministry culture. Using SpringHill as a case study, we’ll explore specific tools, actions, organizational rhythms, philosophies and the leadership focus required to move from a low-trust, low-commitment environment that’s lacking effectiveness to high-trust, high-commitment, highly effective ministry.
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Discuss with Steve and Cathey Prudhomme the who, what, when, where, how, and why—as well as the always-difficult—“Should we or shouldn’t we?”—questions about your executive team. Answer them well and you will likely dominate the industry, be up to five times more profitable than the industry average, have cash on hand and increase revenues.
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Whether your camp has a full band or a volunteer who knows a few chords leading songs around a campfire, you have everything you need to help your guests experience rich worship. Learn how to take your worship culture to new depths with practical ideas for camps of all sizes.
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Jon Ruybalid shares how recent government decisions at the state and national level and rulings in courts across the country could affect your ministry. In this important session, we will discuss the recent legislation, court actions and legal decisions that affect governance, operational practices and finances at Christian camps and conference centers.
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Examine Jesus as teacher to glean insights—some might be surprising—that will help you create a structure for devotionals. Learn as Scottie May shares how to enable kids to enter a biblical story and find themselves in it. Plus, you’ll have a chance to practice using the concepts and ideas from this session.
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Join Jon Ruybalid and Angie Criner for this valuable seminar, which will provide legal guidance regarding do’s and don’ts in employment practices. It will also help you develop and implement employment policies that will deepen your staff relationships and best use your most valuable asset—people—to futher your ministry mission and purposes.
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Discover opportunities for you and your camp to engage the global Christian camping movement. You’ll get a brief overview of CCI-Worldwide from Dan Bolin, plus learn about several practical methods of involvement, including helping from the United States and going overseas. And you’ll pick up tips for what to do—and not to do.
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The Church is changing, and new forms of church are springing up all over. Join Rick Richardson for this session to explore these dynamic, fresh expressions of church and their implications for Christian camping. Learn how they affect how we partner with the Church and how we do ministry.
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Join Daniel Harder for this valuable session designed to give each participant numerous ideas and inspiration for his or her camp or conference center’s foodservice ministry. Explore with us a variety of practical topics, from great equipment and resources to helping your staff understand that cooking is ministry, too.
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There are times when even the most creative marketers and communicators run dry. Sometimes all we need is one good new idea to help kick-start our creativity and get the ideas flowing again. This time, Penny Hunter will give you 50 to choose from!
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You won’t want to miss these ideas and perspectives from Titus McGrath, a teacher-turned-outdoor-education-director about how best to serve schools in our current educational climate. We’ll include a discussion about the Common Core and how it might affect your camp or conference center.
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Camp is fun, fast-paced and exciting. With a camp-like approach, this practical session with John Zeigenfuse will give you the opportunity to share, design and develop games. Whether you are new to camp ministry or a seasoned veteran, you’ll be able to add a few more valuable tools to your program tool belt.
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During this session about children’s spirituality, Scotty May shares ways that leaders can biblically facilitate the Holy Spirit’s work in kids’ lives.
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Games and activities are what make camps fun and exciting, but if your goal is to make a lasting, spiritual impact on your campers, it’s time to go above and beyond! John Zeigenfuse shows you how to raise the bar on summer camp programming and learn to use enjoyable, high-energy games to challenge and develop campers. Presenter: John Zeigenfuse from River Valley Ranch.
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Are you accomplishing your camp’s mission? What do you rely on for making ministry decisions? Decisions made on faulty, incomplete or biased information put your organization at risk and may compromise your ministry. Join Rob Ribbe and explore different types of evaluations and assessments and gain the tools you need to succeed.
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Based partially on the Olweus Bully Prevention Program for school systems, James Rock addresses some important definitions and related statistical data.
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Camps are not immune to safety issues ranging from kidnapping to natural disasters. It’s critical to put in place a plan to protect campers and to ensure your staff can detect and respond to unexpected issues. Learn about important security considerations, how to proactively improve your camp’s safety, and how to manage unusual security issues rom security expert John Ojeiskhoba
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