By Staff, Baptist Message
MINDEN – Zip lines, archery, BB guns and a dog used to share the gospel are all on the schedule of activities for this year’s Camp-o-ree.
The event will take place Oct. 17-18 at Camp Harris Retreat and Conference Center in Minden.
Johnny Morgan of the ministry Obedience 2 Death based out of Denham Springs will use his trained Labrador retriever, Glory, to communicate the message of Jesus Christ.
Also on the schedule is a testimony from a family from the area near Camp Harris, who will share their story about a call to missions in Nicaragua and ways they can be supported while on mission there.
Other highlights of the camp will include a chance to participate in such outdoor activities as zip line, archery, BB guns, first aid education, sawing logs and camp crafts.
“I believe this will be a very memorable event where boys will learn about faith and obedience from Bro. Johnny Morgan and participate in lots of fun outdoor activities,” said Mike Collie, RA and Men’s Ministry Consultant.
The cost to stay in a dormitory at Camp-o-ree is $45 and those staying in a tent will pay $35. To attend without lodging is $20. All meals are included in the fees. The deadline to registration is Oct. 10.