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September 27-30 2018!   Register now!






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Prices


NOTE: Children 3 and under are free.

Food (Included) and Lodging

Single:          $125

Family of 2:   $270

Family of 3:   $375

Family of 4:   $430

Family of 5:   $470

Family of 6:   $510

Family of 7+: $540



There are two options to pay:

Option 1: Pay the balance in full.

Option 2: Pay $100 (Deposit to hold your spot), and pay the rest by September 5th.


Page last updated: 5/7/2018

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Schedule


Coming Soon!
Check in Thursday @ 12:00PM (Lunch is not served)
Check out Sunday @ 12:00PM (Lunch is not served)

FAQ


When is it?

September 27-30 2018

Can you bring food?

No. If you have special food NEEDS please contact the camp (601-536-9012) and they will work it out.

Are pets allowed?

No.

Are bikes allowed?

Yes.

How much is the food.

The food is included in the cost.

Speakers


Michael and Debi Pearl

Michael and Debi Pearl were both raised in Memphis, Tennessee, in good homes, by parents who were faithful to point them to God. Mike, a graduate of Mid-South Bible College in Memphis (now Victory University), has been active in evangelism and the work of the ministry since he was a teenager. He worked with Union Mission in Memphis for 25 years, while he and Debi also ministered to the many military families in Memphis and pastored churches. They moved to rural Tennessee where they continued in the work by holding Bible studies in local homes, which eventually led to regular meetings of the local body of believers, and by starting the prison ministry. God eventually led them into the ministry of writing on child training and family relationships, which they now feel is their life’s work and calling. In addition to the child training ministry, the work of the prison ministry, missions, Bible studies, and family life is still ongoing. The Pearls have been married since 1971, and have 5 children and 25 grandchildren (and counting!). The Pearl children have always been involved in their parents’ ministry, and in their adulthood continue to be involved in some way in ministering where they are.

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