What’s happening at WAY Camp 2013? What are you going to learn this year?
This year’s training will include some core apologetics and creation apologetics sessions. These are modules of the training that we include every year, but this year we have different teachers providing this material.
Jojo Ruba – all the way from Alberta – will be teaching two core apologetics lectures. Jojo recently founded a new Canadian apologetics organization (see his bio on our Lecturers page), and he used to work full time in pro-life apologetics.
We have a chemistry professor from Quebec providing a 4-part origins science series. He has developed his own origins presentation which has proven very popular in churches and other venues. We are looking forward to his unique presentation at WAY Camp 2013.
And back by popular demand is Pastor/Professor Brian Murray whose presentations and discussions on the 10 Commandments have been very well received. God’s law is foundational to Biblical worldview.
Mr. Murray has an excellent way of helping the students work with the different commandments to understand what they mean, and to explore some of the many, many ways they must be applied in our lives to enable us to live in obedience to God’s law. This year, he will explore a single commandment over the course of 3 lectures. In previous years, students found that one lecture per commandment didn’t give them enough time to adequately explore the implications of each commandment.
This year, we are also going to provide a worldview focus on relationships. The Bible has so much to say about communication and conflict resolution and every other aspect of relationships, but so many Christians bumble along with much misery in these areas because we don’t realize how much truth God has given us help us with our relationships. And relationships are so foundational to every aspect of our lives: family life, church life, business and ministry.
We have a certified Biblical counselor, Ron Harris, joining us to teach four sessions on some of the most important principles for building strong and healthy relationships.
We are also looking forward to Brian Brodie joining us to provide wisdom on leadership. He has been a church elder for decades, sometimes in very difficult situations. He. Is a strong believer in the importance of discipling men for leadership, and he has a proven track record in this respect. His teaching on leadership two years ago, at our first, WAY Camp, was very well received.
And finally, we are eager to welcome Pastor Tony Zekveld, a church planter in Toronto with a multicultural church that works primarily with the Pakistani community. Pastor Zekveld is going to lead us in a practical ministry component of this year’s camp. Stay tuned for more details on this. It may involve going into Ottawa for some ministry, or it may involve role-playing and other activities at the camp, or it might involve going into one of the smaller towns nearby. We will give you more details as they become available.
If you want to know how we are getting all this and more into only one week of camp, check out our schedule on our Registration page.
Check out the rest of the website, to learn more about the camp. The schedule is on the Registration page. You can find out more about the location. You can contact us here.
We look forward to seeing you at this year’s WAY Camp. Don’t delay. Download the Registration page, talk to your parents, and sign up today!