For over 30 years, Horizons has been impacting young, Christian leaders. Held on campus at FHU, Horizons is a weeklong experience for 7th-12th grades with the purpose of training Christian teens to be leaders in the church. Each day is filled with exciting classes, activities, games, and group discussions. Also, participants will have the opportunity to take part in real-life service projects. Each night dynamic speakers are presented with worship services covering the latest topics and discussions.
For more information on Horizons, contact Doug Burleson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 800-348-4381 ext. 6629, or you can reach Kirk Brothers at email@example.com or by calling 731-989-6628. GO! Camp
The heart of GO! is to inspire and empower young people to shine God's light in all they do. Designed for youth groups and individuals the week combines interactive labs, keynote sessions, and service projects with fun, excitement, and more. It'll be a chance to connect with other young people from across the world and together discover what a life of meaningful service looks like. Students will hear from world-changers and innovative leaders and will be connected to and work with other young people who want to live for God. Through service opportunities, meaningful worship, and group discussion there is no reason why you should not attend each year.
For more information about GO! Camp contact Brad Montague at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 731-989-6360. QUEST
QUEST stands for Question. Understand. Explore. Solve. Think. QUEST is Freed-Hardeman University's academic summer camp. QUEST provides campers a unique opportunity for hands-on experience with different academic disciplines at the university, specifically focusing in on the sciences and the arts. Past activities have included photography development, forensic studies, and creating edible art. Mid-South Youth Camp
For more information you can email email@example.com or call 731-989-6032.
Mid-South Youth Camp is FHU’s 77-acre summer camp located off of Highway 45. With multiple sessions, campers choose a time to attend camp, and spend a week growing closer to God and closer to the other campers around them. The counselors at the camp are made up of current FHU students, who spend their summer working with attending students and trying to help them grow closer to God. Campers enjoy a variety of activities, and it’s a great way to spend part of your summer.
For more information about MSYC, contact director Frank Bradford at 731-989-2520 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Athletic Camps
If you’re more of the athletic type, FHU offers camps to help you improve your skills, develop fundamentals, and to learn from our collegiate coaches. Basketball and soccer camps are offered for both men and women, as well as baseball camp for guys, and volleyball camp for girls. For the younger kids (K-3rd grade), cub camps are available in a majority of the sports. The volleyball day camp is for 3rd through 6th grade. The boys’ basketball camp is for players entering 4th thru 12th grade.
For a complete listing of the camps, please contact the Athletics office at 731-989-6901 or by visiting their website at www.fhu.edu/athletics.