We have a strong desire to see the next generation grow into a deep relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Our rodeo arena allows us to host a Rodeo Bible Camp every summer at our church grounds. We focus on campers deepening their relationship with Jesus, while also learning skills in their events.
We offer a variety of events for campers to come and experience. We have world class instructors in each event.
Goat tying- no horses
Roping- Breakaway, Calf, Team
Steer Riding/ Bull Riding
All Campers- Please bring a twin size air mattress or twin size foam bedding, along with sleeping bag or sheets. We now have bunk beds in both cabins!
Clothes for all weather: shirts, sweat shirt or jacket, jeans, western boots, and cowboy hat, (you may wear shorts/t-shirts/tennis shoes after clinics are over; no spaghetti strap shirts, real short shorts, etc. (Remember to dress in a manner that is glorifying to God.)
Rain gear, just in case
Laundry bag or trash bags for dirty clothes
Personal items (towel, soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste)
Bible, notebook and pens
Make sure your name is on all your belongings.
IF YOU BRING A HORSE:
Feed, hay, water bucket, hay bag, grain pan
Tack (proper headstalls, reins, tie downs, cinches that apply to your event)
ROUGH STOCK RIDERS:
VEST (MANDATORY) we have some but if you have one please bring it.
Football mouth piece
Helmet – Junior rider’s mandatory, senior riders optional
Spurs, rosin and tape
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ALL OF YOUR CHILD’S BELONGINGS WHEN YOU PICK HIM/HER UP ON SATURDAY.
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Any type of tobacco or alcohol
Non-prescription drugs (Camp nurse will provide these as needed)
Cellular phone (Only by permission of camp director and for medical reason only)
Campers are fed 3 amazing meals per day, alongside snacks. We can accommodate any meal allergies, if we know ahead of time.
We can administer medications to campers if need be on whatever schedule needed. We will need medication in the original prescription bottle.
We have permanent cabins for both the boys and girls. Both cabins have concrete floors and wooden bunkbeds. Campers will want to bring either a twin size air mattress or foam bedding to sleep on the bunks!
We always finish Friday evening with a dance in the church. This is a favorite of campers and adults alike!
Stalls are built for campers. Campers just need to bring feed, hay and buckets for their horses.
Each year for camp we bring in large tents to house all tack. We do ask that no trailers are left at the camp grounds, instead campers are asked to house all tack and feed inside the tack tent.