About Bible Bootcamp
Dates: Aug. 21-26, 2022
What is BBC: Bible Bootcamp is a free event that involves practical training sessions designed for student leaders who are dedicated to doing ministry on public university campuses.
What is the purpose of BBC: These training sessions emphasize what it means to experience the Word of God, and what it means to utilize the Word of God in leading others closer to Christ. We will study the Bible together, cook together, play together, and worship together!
The benefit of BBC: Are you looking for mentorship? Opportunity to connect with like-minded peers? Want to be spiritually prepared for the school year? Come to BBC!
Frequently Asked Questions
When: August 21-26, 2022
Where: Camp Au Sable in the Cedar Village and in the Northwoods. We will be staying in cabins and use the Northwoods for our daily activities, you will need to bring a camp chair and other additional items. (see to bring list)
Cost: Free for Michigan students
Who should come: Students who are dedicated to doing ministry on public university campuses.
Purpose: To provide practical training and peer-mentorship for Adventist students attending secular campuses.
Benefits: Are you looking for mentorship? Opportunity to connect with like-minded peers? Want to be spiritually prepared for the school year? Come to BBC!
Schedule: Check out the tentative schedule here (Google Drive).
Arrival planning: Arrive Sunday, Aug. 21 between 2-5 PM to set up cabin.
Departure Planning: Leave Wednesday, Aug. 18, after camp strike which begins after lunch
Speaker: Sebastien Braxton
What to bring: Check out the comprehensive list (Google Drive).