July 4-9, 2023
at Expeditions Unlimited in Baraboo, Wisconsin!!
2023 THEME | LEAD COURAGEOUSLY
LEAD222 wants to help students live into courage it requires to follow Christ in today’s world. People respond to leaders who aren’t afraid to do what’s right and what’s needed for the world around them. This week is all about investing in students to become people who want to make a difference by leading courageously through our change, words, relationships and actions.
LEADCamp Fees, Registration and Payment System (Please Read to the end)
LEADCamp Cost: $425 – Early Bird Rate!!
$445 – If 1st Deposit is made after January 15
- $500 Registration Fee due at the end of the Registration
- Non-refundable & counts towards Final Payment
- Credit Card online (at bottom of Registration Form) or check
- $150/person 1st payment due 30 days after registration
- Must be received before January 15 to lock in the Early Bird Rate
- $270/person Final Payment due April 1
- $290/person Final Payment if after Early Bird Deadline
Cancellation/Numbers Dropped Policy
- After Registration but before 1st Payment
- No penalty. Your 1st Payment invoice will be updated to reflect new total
- After 1st Payment until March 31
- If registered numbers drop the extra funds will be applied to the final payment
- After April 1
- Groups are responsible for the full payment of the total registered number regardless of if the number drops after this
LEADCAMP is full of awesome
High Ropes Course
Swimming in the Lake
E11844 County Road DL | Baraboo, WI 53913
The LEAD Camp weeks are filled with lots of team and individual games/events to keep your students engaged with each other and on the journey of leadership development.
Students will hear from engaging speakers and worship leaders that will challenge them in their spiritual journeys.
Get ready for your students to walk away with daily leadership challenges and activities that will help to shape them into better leaders.
Hold Harmless / Medical Release / Photo Release Form
COPIES WILL BE SENT TO THE LEAD CAMP HOME OFFICE, BUT THE YOUTH GROUP LEADER MUST BRING THE ORIGINALS WITH THEM TO THE LEAD CAMP.
Housing / Participant List
HOUSING LIST TO BE COMPLETED BY THE YOUTH GROUP LEADER THAT WILL INDIVIDUALLY LIST THEIR TEAM’S PARTICIPANTS SHOWING GENDER, AGE, AND IDENTIFYING LEADERS WITH AN ASTERISK (LEADERS MUST BE AT LEAST 19 YEARS OLD). THERE MUST ALSO BE ONE LEADER FOR EVERY TEN STUDENTS, BY GENDER.
RULES AND POLICIES
EXPLAINS AND DETAILS THE RULES AND POLICIES THAT EACH LEAD CAMP TEAM WILL BE EXPECTED TO FOLLOW. (REQUIRED OF EACH YOUTH GROUP LEADER, WHO NEEDS TO SEND IN ONE COMPLETED AND SIGNED FORM FOR THEIR TEAM TO THE LEAD222 OFFICE. THE LEAD222 OFFICE WILL COLLECT THESE AND FORWARD COPIES OF ALL TO EACH CAMP DIRECTOR).
COVID-19 Safety Precautions and FAQs
A LIST OF COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND FAQS WHEN GOING ON A LEADCAMP TRIP.
SESSIONONE: SERVANT LEADERSHIP
What is servant leadership? The concept of servant leadership begins by being a servant first. A servant leader must first learn to serve before taking on a leadership position. Servant leaders serve because they are motivated by model of Jesus.
SESSIONTWO: COURAGE TO CHANGE
(OURSELVES) Some of the most courageous things we’ll ever do will be to change things about ourselves. To take a risk, to let go of something, to change a behavior, or to make a sacrifice – change is necessary for transformation to take place. Leaders are continually making small degrees of change in order to become stronger and more faithful.
SESSIONTHREE: COURAGE TO SPEAK
(OUR WORDS) Our words have the power to destroy, build up, defend, save, discourage, empower, and so much more. There are many times in life where courage is required to speak and use words of life, love, and hope. Teenagers continually face the challenge in their schools of how they use their words. This session is a call to courageously use our words to be life giving and to boldly point the world to Jesus.
SESSIONFOUR: COURAGE TO BE WITH
(OUR RELATIONSHIPS) The heart of LEAD222 is mentoring. Who are you choosing to be with? Students must have the courage to make intentional choices about which relationships will matter most to them. This message will include the Be With Constellation and encourage students live the constellation. In addition to the Be-With Constellation equal emphasis will be given to students making courageous decisions within their existing relationships. How can you lead those in your life? Who is the Lord stirring you to be courageous with?
SESSIONFIVE: COURAGE TO LEAD
(OUR ACTIONS) Every person possesses the courage to do extraordinary things for the Kingdom. The thing that stops most people from ever doing anything that truly matters is the paralyzing effect of fear. In this session we want to identify some common fears that typically hinder people from becoming the courageous leaders that God has enabled us to be. This session is a call to overcome fears and become a person of courageous action.
THE LEADCAMP 4 YEAR GLANCE
Below is a brief look at our plan to equip and teach students over the next several years with content and experiences that will shape the way they choose to live.
Exploring what it means for students to live their faith out in ways that create a difference for the Kingdom.
Students will be challenged to view their potential leadership being best expressed by the way we love and serve others.
We want to inspire students to courageously overcome the fears that stand in the way of leading others for God’s purposes.
Today’s culture largely shapes the aspirations of teenagers students must learn to engage in the dreams God has for them.