High School Camp 2023

SLANG DICTIONARY
“No Cap” [noh khap]
THE EXPRESSION NO CAP IS SLANG MEANING “NO LIE” OR “FOR REAL,” OFTEN USED TO EMPHASIZE SOMEONE IS NOT EXAGGERATING ABOUT SOMETHING HARD TO BELIEVE.

Facts, No Cap

Every day we decide who we are going to live for, what we are going to actively believe, and where we are going look for guidance. This summer is going to challenge you to evaluate and consider if those decisions you make everyday are built and strengthened on God’s Word. Do you truly believe you can build your life on Him? Do you truly believe you can take scripture as straight up truth, FACTS… NO CAP! Because of who God is and what Christ has done for us, we can KNOW beyond a shadow of a doubt how we can have true life and allow our lives to rest upon that foundation. But the real question is, will we? In a world full of lies, who, what, where will YOU find Truth?

1 John 5:13
I have written this to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, so that you may know you have eternal life.

Register for Camp

Register by clicking the button below! We’ll send a confirmation your way. Afterward, simply keep an eye out for additional information we’ll email out before camp, and then show up the day of! Below is information including a map, packing list, and other event details.

EarlyBird price-per-camper is $399 ($429 after May 1st).
25% of total is a non-refundable deposit

We are maxed out on our leader to camper ratio. Registration is now closed.

Speaker: Jerrod Gunter

Jerrod has always had a heart for the youth, especially in the area of development and equipping students to be successful in every phase of life. He has developed several ministry programs, and consults and trains with youth ministries to encourage students to be empowered through leadership, discipleship and their creative God-given gifts. He has shared his passion and perception of youth ministry with leaders at organizations such as Google, Stuff You Can Use, Dare 2Share Ministries and Center for Youth Ministry Training. Jerrod Gunter is the Next Generation Pastor at New Direction Christian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. At New Direction, Jerrod initiated a youth movement called “RiotStarters” which equips students to take prayer and evangelism to their schools and communities. As a result of “RiotStarters,” Jerrod’s teens have become devoted Christ-followers and hundreds of unsaved students have put their faith in Jesus.

The Band: Mari Ramsey

Mari was born and raised in Hopkinsville, KY. Growing up in a broken home, he always lacked the feeling of being loved. He grew up in church and believed in God all his life. But such a love was tested when he an his little brother were placed in foster care at the age of 14 and 9. What could have been a train-wreck, God used for his good. Mari’s foster-dad, within the first week of his placement had made a life changing decision to allow Mari to learn how to play his guitar. But that was only the beginning of this anointed musician.
Mari is now a worship leader and youth minister who travels the country. He still leads worship at his home church, Bridge of Hope Fellowship in Hopkinsville, KY. When you hear him lead in worship and listen to him speak, it is evident that God strategically anointed him for the ministry he is in.

High School ‘Natha Nights

Monday – Sports Night

Camp kickoff with all the best field sports, west of the Sweet Shop.

Dress in your best sports gear.

Tuesday – Glow Up  

Everything will be Lit! Karaoke, Skating, 9- Square, all glowing.

Girls – Neon Pink

Guys – Neon Orange

Wednesday – Hoedown Throwdown  

Swing Dancing, Carnival, Bull Riding, Cowboy Olympics, etc.

Cowboy Up! It’s the wild west at camp tonight!

Thursday Night – Vibin’ & Graffiti Competition  

Fire pits, S’mores, and a Graffiti competition.

Vibin’ = Comfy Dress
Graffiti = Dress like a painter (French, Bob Ross, Artist, etc.)

Friday Night – Beach Party Blowout  

Night version waterfront/bonfire beach.

Beachy, Hawaiian, Islander, Outer Banks, Scuba Steve Style

You’ll Need Camp Coin for These  

We have eGift Cards that you don’t have to carry around with you. Interested? Grab one here.

Coffee Shop : Located in the Dining Hall and open every morning. Coffees here are incredible, and range in price from $4-$7 depending on how big or how much caffeine you really need. 

Coffee Shop Camp Merch : The coffee shop also sells tons of the latest and newest camp merch. T-shirts, hoodies, stickers, mugs, notebooks, Bibles, etc… 

Sweet Shop : Camps beloved sweet shop located at the campus Hub serves up delicious treats and refreshing drinks during afternoon and late-night free time. Here you can get hot food and snacks, candy, world famous Tornados, and every flavor of soda or Arizona Tea you can imagine.  

Special Activities  

Paintball : $30 

Skeet Shooting : $30 

Horse Back Riding : $20

Packing List

Don’t forget to check out our packing list at https://maranathacamp.org/packing-list

Dress Code

It is important to dress right at camp! Please stick to the guide in this graphic: Summer Camp Dress Code

Register for Camp

Register by clicking the button below! We’ll send a confirmation your way. Afterward, simply keep an eye out for additional information we’ll email out before camp, and then show up the day of! Below is information including a map, packing list, and other event details.

EarlyBird price-per-camper is $399 ($429 after May 1st).
25% of total is a non-refundable deposit

We are maxed out on our leader to camper ratio. Registration is now closed.

High School Camp Daily Schedule

8:00 am – Cabin Leaders ONLY (Morning Meet, Cedar Room)

8:30 am – Breakfast / Coffee Shop Open 

9:30 am – Morning Merge (Chapel, All Students) 

10:15 am – Camp Convo’s (Morning Group Sessions) 

11:15 am – Devo Time / Reflection Time / Quiet Time 

12 pm – Lunch (Dining Hall) 

1 pm – Free Time | Waterfront Open | Group Games | Sweet Shop Open

5:30 pm – Supper 

6:25 pm – Evening Worship & Chapel (Chapel, All Students)

8:15 pm – Youth Group Time 

9 pm – ‘Natha Nights Activities | Sweet Shop Open | Free Time

11 pm – Sweet Shop Closes 

11:30 pm – In Cabins

12 am – Lights Out

Before Joining, Please Consider

  • If the attendee(s) begins showing symptoms of illness, please stay home and plan to attend a future event after symptoms clear.

Packing List

A packing list for overnight camps and retreats is available here.
Please Note: We have a no-pet policy. Please do not bring pets. Thank You.