We are so excited! Hume Christian Camp has just released their THEME for this summer, so that means it is time to sign up for SUMMER CAMP! (Click this link to learn more about this year’s camp and theme: HERE)

We have LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE, so if your student wants to attend, they need to sign up NOW! Just fill out this Registration Form HERE, which lets us know that your student wants to attend. Then, a $100 deposit saves their spot and your student will be added to our official registration list–in the order the deposits are received! (Waiting lists will be formed in the same way.) You can pay with a personal check (make it out to BCC and give it to DK or Andrew, or mail it to or leave it at the church office, Attn: Kathy), cash (hand it to DK or Andrew directly) or pay online at this link HERE.


When: June 11-17 (Our students attend Hume’s Ponderosa Camp, Week 2)

Who: High school students entering 9th grade (Fall 2023) through 12th grade (seniors graduating in 2023 are welcome)

What: An incredible, life-changing week away from the busy-ness of life, in a place of great natural beauty. Experience dynamic worship from sunrise to sunset, innovative recreation, Gospel-based teaching, and much, much more.

Cost: $800 ($100 deposit now, the rest is due in June). This includes a transportation fee.


We live in a world that is increasingly hostile towards Christianity, meaning that biblical truths are not widely accepted as cultural norms. Many things in culture are changing in a direction that is contradictory to the Word of God, and as Christ followers, we find ourselves in the midst of this reality asking ourselves questions such as, “how do we live with resilience as followers of Christ?” and “how do we stand firm on our convictions and beliefs while demonstrating care and respect for others at the same time?” This summer we will look at the life of Daniel, and as we study his life, we will see an incredible example of a man who did this well. As we learn from Daniel’s life, our prayer is that we would have a better understanding of what it means to live in a hostile culture without compromise and that our faith would be one of resilience, able to withstand and recover quickly from difficult conditions.

Questions? Contact DK or Kathy