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Falls Creek for a New Day

If you are an adult and remember attending Falls Creek, the memories that most likely fill your mind are ones of friends, afternoon activities, Icees and the extraordinary movement of God in the services. As a matter of fact, there are probably times in the summer when certain scents and scenery take you back to those wonderful days at camp. If you are a youth pastor or group leader, you probably have more than memories of camp, you...

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Falls Creek: New for 2011

DAVIS—Falls Creek is both constant and constantly changing. Every year, students and sponsors will recognize activities, events and schedules that are very familiar. They also get a full dose of fresh ideas and opportunities; 2011 will definitely offer some new surprises. ARRIVAL A portion of the High Road entrance to Falls Creek will be reduced to one lane traffic this summer because of road work. There will be traffic lights...

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Falls Creek: Best foot forward

Each year, the BGCO conducts several regional Falls Creek Prep Meetings in late April and early May. Church leaders who are planning to bring students to the youth weeks of camp are invited to these camp orientation sessions. These meetings are designed to equip youth leaders with vital information for attending Falls Creek and to expedite the Monday registration process for group leaders. The fact is we are rapidly approaching the...

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What every church needs to know

Most Oklahoma Baptists know that Falls Creek is unlike any other camp. In fact, there are multiple reasons why people consider Falls Creek so unique. In many ways, the sheer size of the camp sets it apart from others. Every week, for eight weeks, there are 5,000-plus people on the grounds at Falls Creek. For many camps, 5,000 people are more than they will see all summer, much less, in a single week. Falls Creek is also unique in that...

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Falls Creek: ‘Consumed’

Falls Creek operates on a three-year rotation of teaching emphasis. The emphasis in 2009 was spiritual disciplines with “ECHO.” Last year, the emphasis was on evangelism with “SENT.” This year, the emphasis is on the character of God, and our theme is “CONSUMED.” We will be looking at Psalm 103 and talking about the sufficiency of God. “Bless the Lord, O my soul, And all that is within me, bless His holy name.” (vs. 1) We want...

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