Jul 12- Jul 16, 2021
Windermere Conference Center
Lake of the Ozarks, MO
Windermere offers a picturesque retreat along the banks of the Lake of the Ozarks. Free time options such as the water park and lake activities ensure that your students will enjoy the outdoors all week long. Windermere’s outstanding facilities include various indoor and outdoor settings perfect for group Bible study or personal time with God.Register For This Camp
Windermere Conference Center
EATThe Dining Hall, located near the front of campus, has a great atmosphere to come connect and be refreshed. With it's newly renovated entrance, guests are able to come inside quickly; preventing a wait outside. The dining hall serves food buffet style. They have several hot food options and a dessert and salad bar.
SLEEPWe use a variety of housing options that may house your group in the following ways: Guys: 4, 5, 6, or 8 per room; private or suite bathrooms Girls: 4, 5, 6, or 8 per room; private or suite bathrooms Note: Housing priority is based on date deposits are received in the Student Life office.
PLAYFree Time Options Tennis, Sand Volleyball, Basketball, Hiking Trails, Disc Golf, Field Games, Adventures Recreation*, Ropes Course*, Miniature Golf*, Ping Pong*, Archery Tag*, Lakeside Grill* Waterfront Options Include: Fishing, Outdoor Pool, Inflatable Water Park*, Paddleboats*, Hydro-Bikes*, Kayaks*, Canoes* *Requires additional fee and may need to be scheduled directly with Windermere
Feel free to enjoy area attractions on your way to or from camp.Information listed above is subject to change without notice.
Camp is in Corey’s DNA. Corey came on staff at Student Life in 2008 and faithfully served in multiple roles over the course of eight years! He believes in camp and the incredible impact a week of retreat can have in the spiritual life of a young believer. He loves seeing lasting relationships form out on the Rec field and unforgettable memories being made while serving on mission sites.
Since 2015, Corey has been traveling and speaking to students and kids across the country. He currently serves on staff as a youth minister at Double Oak Community Church in Birmingham, Alabama. He and his wife Melissa love going to the movies, sporting events and taking their dog Bang on walks. If you see him at camp, he would love to talk about his hometown Lexington, Kentucky and all things college basketball.
The Museum strives to impact this generation by leading people to encounter Jesus Christ in worship through music.
After beginning in 2008, The Museum garnered national attention as their debut album “Let Love Win” released in July of 2010. The successful debut landed at #7 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. On the heels of two highly successful top 10 singles in “My Help Comes From the Lord” and “Allelujah,” the band launched a busy tour schedule that saw them play over 600 dates in the first five years of existence.
Student Life is excited to once again partner with The Museum in leading students to focus on Jesus in praise this summer.