It’s Tough Out There- CLICK HERE for Our Belief StatementBelievers who understand and accept the Hebrew roots of the faith are scattered around the world and many don’t have local friends who are Hebrew roots believers. Hebrew roots believers understand all of mankind should keep the Torah (instructions of Yah) and Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah (Christ). This includes keeping the Shabbat and the Moedim (holy days listed in Leviticus 23) just like Yeshua did while He lived on the earth. (1 John 2:1-6; John 15:10) “Let us hear the conclusion of the entire matter: Fear Elohim and guard His commands, for this applies to all mankind!” (Ecc 12:13 The Scriptures) “Go in through the narrow gate; for the gate that leads to destruction is wide and the road broad, and many travel it; but it is a narrow gate and a hard road that leads to life, and only a few find it.” (Matthew 7:13-14 CJB) Believers should not forsake the assembly of one another (Hebrews 10:25). Consistent fellowship with like minded believers contribute toward spiritual growth and overcoming sin. (1 John 1:7) The goal of Camp Mashiach is to contribute toward righteous fellowship with like minded believers and to strengthen relationships founded in Hebrew roots.
Unique Bible Study
Our Bible studies for the youth are designed to encourage and educate. The studies help teens properly prepare for adulthood based on the foundational principles of the Bible. It is our hope teenagers and young adults leave the camp with a better understanding of how to fight and resist the wicked ways of this world. It is the policy of Camp Mashiach to avoid controversial Biblical topics. Adult staff give Bible studies for the youth.
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Coming Soon!We encourage parents to be involved Parents should try to make an effort to attend camp with their teens and be available for them when they need you. Children and parents should always desire to be near each other. We have the example of Jacob and his kids in the Bible as an example. His adult children stayed and lived near Jacob (Genesis 45:8-10).