Each year nearly 50,000 campers gather near Davis for Falls Creek Youth Camp. The camp will host eight week-long sessions this year from June 5 to July 28. This year’s theme for the camp is “Jesus. Period.” One thing matters. One thing lasts. One thing will genuinely change the culture. One answer. One difference. One provision. One way. Jesus is all. Jesus is the statement. Jesus is enough.

In summer 2023, leaders of the camp’s programming will challenge students to live a disciple-making lifestyle by practicing personal evangelism. Through corporate worship, teaching from dynamic faith leaders, breakout sessions and personal reflection, students will learn what it means to follow Jesus only and to share His Truth with others.

Learning points are:

  • Jesus FIRST. –We must all respond to the Gospel and know Jesus.
  • Jesus ONLY. –As believers, we must learn the Gospel.
  • Jesus NOW. –As believers, we must speak the Gospel.
  • Jesus ALWAYS. –As believers, we must live the Gospel.

Speakers include Shane Pruitt, Next Gen director for the North American Mission Board; Nick Pearson, teaching and next steps pastor at Murfreesboro, Tenn., New Vision Life; Tom Richter of Cullman, Ala.; Ryan Young of M516; preacher and singer, H.B. Charles, Jr.; Jeff DeGiacomo, senior pastor of Shawnee, Immanuel; and Todd Fischer, executive director-treasurer of Oklahoma Baptists.

Worship will be led by Worship Collective, So We May, Common Worship and Robertson.

As students come to Falls Creek from all over Oklahoma, pray they will respond to the Gospel and know Jesus. Pray believers learn more about the Gospel. Pray students at the camp will become bold in sharing the Gospel.

Because of the generous giving of Oklahoma Baptists through the Cooperative Program, an amazing array of ministries are supported. This unified giving encourages fellowship with other believers all over the world. Collectively, Oklahoma Baptists are advancing the gospel together.

Falls Creek is featured in the 2023 Missionary Prayer Guide for Oklahoma Baptists. For more information about the Cooperative Program, visit oklahomabaptists.org/cp.