Youth Winter Camps 2019

January 11-13 & January 18-21

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Join us this winter as we take an in-depth look at the life of Nehemiah. Nehemiah was a prophet who devoted his life to serving God and in-turn was able to do extraordinary things for the people of Israel. We will look to uncover what it means to live our lives with the Favor of the King


Meet our Camp Speaker, Brian Holland.

                     Brian Holland

                   Brian Holland

Brian Holland has been in ministry for over 24 years in Southern California. He started in high school ministry and then transitioned to young adults. He is currently the Teaching and Campus Pastor for the Claremont campus of Purpose Church. He is an outstanding speaker, captivating, funny and passionate to see people come to know and follow Jesus. He is asked to speak at many camps, chapels, and special events throughout the year.  He is married to his incredible wife, Kelley, and has two amazing sons, Tyler and Dylan. Brian’s purpose for ministry is to exalt Jesus as the greatest – one life at a time.

Meet our Camp Band, This Hope.

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This Hope developed through the youth band at Grace Church in Tracy, CA. They spend the majority of their time developing and serving with youth. Their goal is to be instruments used by God in authentic musical worship, no matter where they play.

Band Members:
Lead: Taylor McAllister
Vocalist: Jenny Backster
Drums: Irving Batres
Keys: Corinne Chandler
Bass: Mark Dalupan
Electric: Asiel Rizado
Sound/Media: Ryan Stone

Pricing and Registration


What To Bring To Camp

What Not To Bring To Camp

  • Sleeping bag/bedding, pillow and towel
  • Bible, notebook and pen
  • Personal items: soap, deodorant, shampoo, etc.
  • Warm winter clothing: jacket, extra socks, pants, hat and gloves
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen (yeah, sunscreen)
  • Snow boots / Hiking shoes, tennis shoes (2 pairs of shoes is wise)
  • Flashlight  with fresh batteries
  • Spending money (The Cafe, snacks, Paintball $15 (6th grade or higher) free time options
  • There are no payphones at Sugar Pine, but there is limited cell service
  • Any necessary medications—please clearly label all medicines (prescriptions/vitamins, etc.).  Do not send prescription medications not prescribed to the camper. 
  • Tobacco, controlled substances, alcohol
  • Stereos, IPods, IPads, MP3 players, personal video game systems
  • Any inappropriate reading materials or pictures
  • Fireworks, matches, lighters
  • Weapons (knives, air-soft guns, etc.)
  • Pets
  • Any camper caught with these items will have the items immediately confiscated and may be sent home if the Program Director deems necessary.