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Camp New Life located in Simpson County
Written by Camp New Life
Thursday, 28 October 2010 15:55
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Camp New Life located in Simpson County is a very important part of New Life Ministries and is used both as a summer camp and a retreat center throughout the year. Its purpose is to complement and continue the mentoring process but in an intense, creative, beautiful, safe, and dynamic environment. Our objective is to evangelize, nurture, train, encourage, and enable young men and women to become future Christian leaders in West Jackson. At present, Camp New Life provides full scholarships for over 100 campers each summer from West Jackson, and we also provide opportunities and training for Church groups to do cross cultural missions work during the spring through fall months.   A normal week during the summer requires us to house, feed and provide programming for thirty to sixty people each week including campers and volunteers. We will soon have the capability to serve four hundred youth and volunteers each summer at our camp facilities. Our goal each year is to provide eight weeks of camp each summer and numerous other retreats and projects during the fall and spring months

Last Updated ( Monday, 25 April 2011 14:37 )
 
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