Freed-Hardeman University will host Horizons, a Christian leadership camp, July 3-8 on the FHU campus. Now in its fourth decade, the camp provides training for students in grades 7-12. Approximately 800 campers attend the camp annually.
Directed by David Powell, assistant dean of the School of Biblical Studies at FHU, the Horizons staff consists of FHU faculty, preachers, youth ministers, and Bible class teachers. The week’s activities include classes, devotionals, opportunities to exercise leadership skills, and recreational activities.
This year’s program will address the question “What’s the Point?” The theme verse is Ecclesiastes 12:13-14. “We are going to study the reasons we do the things we do as Christians,” Chris Creecy, a Horizons co-director, said.
Campers are housed in the university’s residence halls and meals are served in the campus dining hall.
Interested persons may learn more about Horizons or register for camp at www.fhu.edu/horizons
. Deadline for camp applications is June 24.