DAVIS—Collecting numbers of spiritual decisions is not the goal for Falls Creek Youth Camp or CrossTimbers Children’s Mission Adventure Camp. What the numbers represent, though, is what makes Oklahoma Baptists praise God, as many children and young people are making life changing decisions every week at both camps.

In the eighth week of summer camp, Falls Creek was approaching 5,500 total decisions made this summer at the invitation times of the evening services. After the Tuesday night service, July 26, 150 students made professions of faith. Throughout the eight weeks, Falls Creek has experienced 100 or more salvation decisions during eight services. Before the final two nights of Week 8, more than 2,200 students have made professions of faith this summer at Falls Creek.

Other decisions made this summer, prior to Week 8 conclusion, included 162 assurances of salvation, 2131 recommitments, 197 special needs and 645 calls to ministry.

CrossTimbers completed its ninth four-day session on July 26. The camp for children completing 3rd through 5th grades experienced 349 total spiritual decisions made by campers with 205 professions of faith. CrossTimbers averaged 315 campers each session.

A final report on Falls Creek and CrossTimbers will be featured in an upcoming edition of the Baptist Messenger.