over 40 pre-teen ringing the bell for Salvation this morning.

Texas Baptist camps: HLCCC shares story through social media

July 18th, 2013 at 7:00 am

Highland Lakes Camp and Conference Center serves guests all year long, but they are right in the middle of their busiest season and they are sharing their story in all the ways that they can.

You can follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and SmugMug to see how they are sharing the gospel this summer with thousands of campers. You can also watch a live stream of some of their worship services here: http://www.hlccc.org/summer-camps/live-stream/.

Here are some of the things that you will see:

Please pray right now! for our worship service at Highland Lakes Camp Journey Youth Camp. The Clayton Tyner Band is ready to go and Jeffrey Dean is ready to bring the Word. I can not explain the Spirit in this place it is powerful and Holy. Please make no mistake I am not speaking of what some has called “a camp high”. God is moving in this generation of students and I am excited to see them be set free.

As the sun rises over lake Travis I ask you to join the Highland Lakes Camp family as we as Him to take away all distraction today and that the students only focus might be Christ.

Hundreds of students saying yes to Gods word of salvation and forgiveness!!! Pray for these as they allow God to redeem them and free them from the chains of bondage!! Amazing movement of God!!


Texas Baptist camps are just one place that Texas Baptists are serving. Check out the 700+ opportunities to serve listed onbeonmission.org. If you make a connection, please let us know about your experience!

Be On Mission is an online global missions locator that allows users to Search, Submit, and Share about mission opportunities around the world. To learn more about Be On Mission, contact beonmission@texasbaptists.org.

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