Jul 6- Jul 10, 2020
Glorieta Conference Center
Located in the foothills of the Southern Rockies, Glorieta Conference Center is a beautiful escape that provides the perfect location for students who need to get away from the real world and focus on the Word and fellowship with other students from your church. Free time options include four water slides, two water blobs, drift trikes, rappelling, zip drop, hiking, paintball, rock climbing wall, basketball courts and sand volleyball.Register For This Camp
Glorieta Conference Center
EATThe dining hall offers family-style dining with typical options being chicken Alfredo, pulled pork, and chicken. The salad bar is always available.
SLEEPDorms hold anywhere from 4–20 people with community-style bathrooms. The dorms are just steps away from the dining hall, coffee shop and lake. Note: Housing priority is based on date deposits are received in the Student Life office. Most dorms are not air-conditioned but with cooler evening temps and low humidity, A/C is not typically needed!
PLAYFree Time Options: blob, drift trikes, mud pit, inflatable rock wall, paintball, zorbs, volleyball, gaga ball, crate stacking, archery tag, disc golf, rock climbing, rappelling and coffee shop that students can enjoy during free time each afternoon.
EATThe dining hall offers family-style dining with typical options being chicken alfredo, pulled pork, and chicken. The salad bar is always available.
SERVEChoose to serve through missions by registering for Student Life Mission Camp. Your group will be sent out to serve in many capacities in the surrounding Santa Fe area.
TRAVELSanta Fe – 20 miles (28 min); Albuquerque – 76.5 miles (1 hrs 10 min); Amarillo – 272 miles (4 hrs 2 min); El Paso – 305 miles (4 hrs 50 min); Denver – 375 miles (5 hrs 29 min). Please click here for directions to Glorieta Conference Center.
SLEEPDorms hold anywhere from 4–20 people with community-style bathrooms. The dorms are just steps away from the dining hall, coffee shop, and lake. Note: Housing priority is based on date deposits are received in the Student Life office.
PLAYFree Time Options: blob, drift trikes, mud pit, inflatable rock wall, paintball, volleyball, gaga ball, crate stacking, archery tag, disc golf, rock climbing, rappelling and coffee shop that students can enjoy during free time each afternoon.
Sammy Lopez was born the “son of a preacher man,” but vowed never to follow in his father’s footsteps. God had another plan.
Raised among a family of pastors, including his grandfather and two uncles in addition to his father, Sammy often saw the difficult side of ministry. Because his father was a pastor and church planter, his family moved often around the state of Texas and Arizona. By the age of 13, Sammy began to recognize hypocrisy of church members and the brutal way they would often treat his parents. As a result, Sammy developed a bitterness that crept into his heart and quit following the Lord. It wasn’t until the age of 18 that Sammy gave his life back to Christ and surrendered to ministry.
Today, Sammy is lead pastor of Mighty Fortress Christian Fellowship in San Antonio, TX, and one of the most sought-after Hispanic communicators in the nation, speaking to thousands of people of all ages each year. He has been seen on “The 700 Club,” TBN, ManaVision T.V. and Daystar Christian Television.
Sammy has worked with ministries and organizations including Chuck Colson’s Prison Fellowship, The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Samaritan’s Purse, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Team First and Goal Inc.
In addition to ministry, Sammy was able to live out his childhood dream in December 2006 when he was invited to try out with the Austin Wranglers in the Arena Football League. Though Pastor Sammy has concluded his free agency in the AFL, he desires to use his experiences as a testimony to proclaim that the Lord grants His children the desires of their hearts. He is married and has one daughter.
Sammy is a relevant, humorous and biblically challenging communicator. His personal experience allows him to easily relate to individuals who have turned away from the church or are facing difficulties with their faith.
Jimmy McNeal has a sincere desire to see the body of Christ devote their whole lives to worshipping God both inside and outside church building walls. His energy and passion for God are contagious as he leads from an overflow of his love for Jesus. God continues to challenge Jimmy and his bandmates to live out the call He has placed on their lives to love, serve, live in community, and live on mission as both worship leaders at The Austin Stone and as Christian artists.
Jimmy lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Staci and their son Jackson.