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NOTE: Camp is now full, but if you still want your child to attend, please fill out the registration and we will put you on the waiting list and let you know if a spot opens up!

ME3 Sports Camp

A Christian sports camp to introduce kids to a variety of sports, develop their skills, and teach them to honor God and one another in the way they compete in sports and all of life. ME3 2019 will be for campers rising into grades K-6, July 8-12, at StoneBridge School. Camp runs 9 AM to 12 PM and the cost is $35/camper, with a family max of $70/family. Click the button to below to register, read on for more info, or contact David with questions!

THE POINT

Competition brings out the worst in many of us, kids and adults alike. We can quickly become self-centered, angry, and unreasonable. Many of us may have been told or have told our kids or others to "just be a little less competitive."  But competitiveness is woven into the fabric of our very nature. What if there was a better way? What if our competitiveness was re-directed to honor God in all of our efforts and to care more about others than ourselves?  ME3 uses sports to train kids at how to win and lose, succeed and fail, in a way that honors God and respects others, following the motto: "God first, others second, I'm third."

THE ACTIVITIES

This year's camp will feature a number of sports, including football, basketball, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, and kickball. Each day, campers will learn the basics and develop skills in some of these sports, have an interactive Bible lesson on some aspect of Christian competition, and compete as a team in one of the sports. Campers are assigned to squads divided by age and gender to learn their sports and develop their skills, and they are assigned to one of two teams, Romans (red) and Galatians (blue) for team competition. These team assignments are made for life and all family members are assigned to the same team so that campers develop a strong sense of team loyalty and identity while learning to respect and honor their opponents.