Who is LIT for?
This program is for anyone who is ready to let God use them to do amazing things at Pleasantview this summer! We are looking for passionate people who care for kids, are team orientated, are willing to stay up late, get up early, and use their gifts to share the gospel. It is at camp that future LIT’s (that’s you!) will find community, grow in your faith, and develop new skills. If a summer filled with friendship, ministry, laughter, and growth in your relationship with God, sounds good… then this is the place for you!
Applicants must be at least 15 OR going into grade 10 in 2021.
What is LIT all about?
This is a discipleship program that will challenge you and help you discover what it means to follow Jesus and how to use your giftings to serve others. You will grow and develop through Bible studies, team building, training sessions, service opportunities, and awesome community. LIT is about growing closer to the Lord, and learning how to share the gospel with others, while also getting to have fun and spending your summer making a difference.
During the two LIT weeks of training, you will have the opportunity to serve in the different areas of camp.
When does LIT run?
If you would like to participate in this program, you must be willing to dedicate at least three weeks of your summer to camp. The three weeks will include June 27-30 (Staff Training), July 4-9 (LIT Week 1), July 11-16 (LIT Week 2), and an optional week of: July 18-23. The two LIT weeks are specifically dedicated to studying God’s Word and learning about Camp Ministry.
How much does LIT cost?
The LIT Program costs a total of $310, which is due upon acceptance of your application. This covers everything including accommodations, food, and study materials for your LIT weeks.
How do I join LIT?
If you are interested in applying, pick up a copy of the application form at FBC or go to www.pleasantviewcamp.org and download the LIT application form along with the required reference forms. Remember, space in the program is limited, so complete your application and return it to us as soon as possible. Applications are due by May 3, 2021.
If you have any questions, please contact Kenton Giesbrecht, LIT Director,
at (780) 871-2129 (call or text) or firstname.lastname@example.org