The EMPHASIS of the 2024 Theme, “Believe the Promise” is on BELIEVING the Promise God had Moses repeat to Israel before the Exodus in Exodus 6:6-8. – (*See below). – It is a beautiful promise of freedom from slavery that the Israelites have endured for hundreds of years. God is promising to be their God and Redeemer and lead them to the Promised Land. But the Israelites are super discouraged! Pharaoh demands the IMPOSSIBLE …….to make the same required daily number of bricks WITHOUT straw. And how about suffering through the first three plagues as well? It seems hopeless to survive the coming days, let alone believe God would deliver them.
The theme, “Believe the Promise” is also about US, YOU and ME…..BELIEVING the amazing promises God has given us in His Word for our Exodus journey as we seek the Eternal Promised Land God is preparing for us. We, too, may have hardships and insurmountable troubles that we face day to day. We get discouraged and forget to focus on the One who gives wonderful promises. He is faithful. God has a Plan for us. His timing, purpose and how He fulfills His Plan are perfect!
GET READY ISRAEL! Believe God and His Promise! He is about to do FOR YOU some of the most amazing miracles in history!
GET READY PATHFINDERS! Believe in Jesus and just see what incredible things He will do for and through YOU!
BELIEVE the Promise(s)!
“Therefore, say to the Israelites, ‘I am the Lord, and I will bring you out from under the yoke of the Egyptians. I will free you of being slaves to them, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with mighty acts of judgment. I will take you as my own people, and I will be your God. Then you will know that I am the Lord your God who brought you ought from the yoke of the Egyptians. And I will bring you to the land I swore with uplifted hand to give to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. I will give it to you as a possession, I am the Lord.’”
What to Bring each Evening
View the Top 10 items you will want to bring (or want to remember) for the Main Stage evening program each night. These are suggestions based on what Pathfinders have found to be helpful during past Camporees.
Physical Disabilities Seating
Persons with wheelchairs should sit with their clubs at the Main Stage for the evening programs. View more information about services for persons with physical disabilities.
Live Broadcast & Streaming
A live broadcast of the Camporee will be available each evening and on Sabbath morning for the church service.
View more information about Live Broadcast & Streaming
How to Listen to the Nighttime Program in the Event of Inclement Weather
In the prayerfully unlikely event that we will not be able to have anyone on the Main Stage during the evening program, due to inclement weather or anything unsafe, you will still be able hear that nights Bible Story & Pastor’s Message at 7:30pm, 8:30pm, and again at 9:30pm, broadcast on the Camporee Radio Station, TBA
You will need a AM/FM portable radio with batteries.
The one hour long program will include:
- 4 minute Theme Song track
- 15 minute – Pastor’s Message and Actor’s interview
- 35-40 minute Bible Story audio track