Sign-ups are now open for Summer Youth Camp
July 22–26, 2024!

Theme: A Biblical Theology of the True King
Speaker: Jonathan Haefs

This year we will be heading to Camp Hope in Dahlonega, GA.

Jonathan Haefs will return as our camp speaker and walk us through the Old and New Testament as we see God's unfolding revelation of Jesus Christ as the true king. In addition to the large-group session, students have the option of participating one of two break out sessions throughout the week (The Kingdom of God in the Church or The Kingdom of God to the Ends of the Earth). Camp Hope offers a ton of activities from air hokey and billiards to basket ball and carpet ball to canoeing and swimming. In addition, we will also enjoy a fun night around the camp fire.

The cost of the trip will be $275 per person. Per the usual, we will require a $150 down payment. If we can get the cost down with fundraising, generous giving or good ole fashion penny pinching, we'll pass that savings on to you. This cost does include the meals while at camp. (It does not include any meals on the way to or from camp or for any snacks while at camp.)

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"FRBC’s Youth Ministry seeks to Partner with Parents
and to Train Students in the Word of God for the Work of the Gospel"


What is the greatest evangelistic tool you can give a person? What about the greatest discipleship tool? The greatest missions tool? In addition to the local church, I believe that Bible Study is the greatest tool we could offer any Christian. Even a skim through Psalm 119 would make this much clear. Yet, how intentionally do we train our students to read the Bible for themselves and with others?

Sure, we hope that we are modeling a Biblical approach to studying the Bible in our teaching, but we cannot expect students to intentionally learn what we do not intentionally teach—certainly not then be able to teach it to others!

To aid in this, we have developed a 7-step method for studying the Bible (7Cs).  One step (or one C) can be taken each day to provide a full week of studying a passage with increasing depth.

We've created a PDF booklet that you can download free of charge, or you can read below for a little more detailed explanation of each step. May God be glorified as you study the Bible for yourself and with others!