JUNE 17, 2013
More than 800 campers are expected to attend Horizons July 7-12 on Freed-Hardeman University’s campus. In honor of its 33rd year as a Christian leadership camp, the theme of Horizons is “33. My Life. His Business.”
Classes, group discussions and worship services will focus on the life of Jesus and cause campers to examine their own spiritual lives. Campers will also experience dorm life, play sports and participate in service projects throughout the week.
Campers look forward to Horizons all year long. “Spending a week with hundreds of other Christian teenagers gives me hope,” said Katie Renfroe, a high school senior from Jackson, Tenn. “Horizons reignites the fire within me and reminds me who my life is all about.”
Horizons is directed by Doug Burleson and Kirk Brothers. For more information, visit www.fhu.edu/horizons