Author: ryancahill

Letters From Youth Christian Camps

A Christian Camp Director in Ohio was struggling one year to find a creative way to find out how their programs were being received by their campers. A written survey would likely not be taken seriously and the challenge of constructing the proper questions was overwhelming. He knew in his gut that there had been Read More …

Creating Smiles at a San Antonio Summer Camp

Medina, Texas based Deer Creek Adventure Camp is teaming up with Camp Barnabas in August to bring smiles and adventure to some special young campers. Deer Creek Adventure Camp is geared toward kids ages 7 to 16 and serves about 100-120 campers per term. Camp activities, as well as adventure activities, round out the camper’s Read More …

5 Benefits of a Summer Camp Adventure

The youth of today is in dire need of a collective summer camp adventure. Why? Simple; in our interconnected and wired world, our children (and adults) are increasingly tethered to their digital devices, working tirelessly to maintain digital profiles. As social as these exercises seem, they are in fact becoming more of a way to Read More …

Life Education at Christian Summer Camps in Texas

Finding the right Christian summer camps in Texas can provide a fun, rewarding, and educational experience.  Camping has been part of American life for a long, long time. In the mid-eighteen hundreds, pioneers of all faiths and various countries of origin, camped out of necessity in their covered wagons, tents, and on the bare ground, Read More …

Survival Tips for Wilderness Ventures

You can find day camps in the middle of any city, but the charm of overnight camps is their rugged surroundings. Hills, deserts, creeks, and open prairies await campers from all over the state. Exploring the outdoors has tempted children for centuries, and for almost as long adults have instilled the necessity of safety. At Read More …