Event page for
September 20-21, 2019
Theme: Fruit Bearing for Jesus
Priscilla Sellers (or Prissy, as her family calls her) is a wife, mother and woman of God who has been serving the Lord faithfully for many years. She received a degree in child and family counseling from Oklahoma Christian University and has been involved in various areas of ministry including being a principal for a Christian school and providing Christian counseling to those in need. In addition, she and her family were full time missionaries in the Philippines from 1993-2003, and she has continued her mission work every year since returning to the states.
Prissy has many years of experience of teaching women on many diverse topics.
Everywhere she goes, she encourages people to strive to be what God wants them to be, and her passion for Christ leads her to make meaningful relationships with people of all stages of life, and she is a blessing to everyone she meets.Register
- Personal conduct of all campers will be in keeping with the Christian ideals of the camp in speech, behavior, and dress.
- Respect others.
- Be on time to all camp activities, unless excused by the nurse or directors/co-directors.
- Participate in all camp activities, unless excused by the nurse or directors/co-directors.
- Stay on camp grounds for the duration of the session.
- Boys do not enter the girls area of camp, and girls do not enter the boys area of camp, under any circumstances.
- No "rough housing", or fighting (physical & verbal). No one is to be thrown or pushed into the lake.
- Decency and modesty in dress will be expected at all times. This applies to length, tightness, and transparency of clothing, as well as messages and symbols on clothing. If in doubt, leave it at home. If an adult asks you to change, go change. Ladies, please be aware that you will be moving around during the day, please make sure you are modest from all angles.
- Campers are expected to be clean, and observe rules of good hygiene. This includes a daily shower.
- Each camper is responsible for his or her own belonging, he or she will be responsible for any lost items.
- Automobiles must remain parked and locked for the duration of the week, unless a director grants permission.
- Use of phones/ipods will be at the discretion of the director. Cameras are always welcome. Please leave other electronics at home. Directors reserve the right to confiscate any electronics that break this rule, OR if the director feels that they are being disruptive. All confiscated items, will be returned at the end of the week.
- No weapons allowed on camp ground, under any circumstance. Real or Fake.
- No fireworks
- Submission of registration, is considered as an agreement to follow and uphold all SMC rules. If these rules are broken, the director reserves the right to dismiss any counselor or camper from the session for the year.