Who: Current 5th - 12th Grade Students

When: June 19 - 23, 2017

Where: Lee University - Cleveland, TN

Speaker: Adam Robinson

Worship Leader: Micah Massey

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In addition to five days of worship, teaching and Bible study, Student Life Rec Camp will get our middle school students messy, wet and all kinds of dirty with team-building recreation that binds them together, so they go home together as a family.

Click on the picture to the left to watch a short video on what Rec Camp is all about!


Our high school students will have a chance to move outside their comfort zone with meaningful local community service opportunities. Students will have the chance to work with kid's camps, landscaping, painting, elder care, and so much more; in addition to five days of worship, teaching, and Bible study!

Click on the picture to the left to watch a short video on what Mission Camp is all about!


This year at Student Life, our students will learn about the Word of God.

God says His Word washes us and makes us clean, that it provides a rock-solid foundation of wisdom. The Word nourishes our very soul while earthly bread leaves us dying of starvation. God assures us that His Word is a unique sword, one that is alive, active, and so sharp that it pierces straight into our very soul. It is our light in the darkness.

This is the Word. Does your child know it?

Why Student Life?

Student Life exists to help people know Christ through His Word. We believe God's Word is relevant and instructive for the challenges students face today. Our goal is to elevate God's Word so that life change can happen within the lives of youth and kids. Student Life camps challenge youth through engaging worship from experienced worship leaders, learning from sound biblical teachers, building community through Bible study, and serving the lost.

We value the work of a minister 52 weeks out of the year, so we design one-week ministry experiences to support their work. We believe in the relationships between students and their leaders, and therefore, we strive to structure our events so these relationships are strengthened.