AIMCon is proud to be sponsored and supported by Faulkner University. AIM is working hard to make sure that The AIM Conference will be great for both students and youth ministers, with learning sessions for each. Check back soon for more info on this exciting event!
It is an intense weekend of in-depth and practical evangelism training. Classes will equip students with skills to share the Good News with their friends, as well as increase their knowledge of mission works at home and abroad. Elective classes will give young people the opportunity to learn about areas of evangelism most pertinent to their lives.
Since our foundation in 1968, the mission of L2L has been to develop youth into Christian leaders. From a group of eight boys in that first year to more than 20,000 today, our mission has remained the same.
Nestled on more than 80 acres of land in northwest Alabama, Maywood Christian Camp operates nine weeks throughout the summer of each year. Each week of camp is directed by a man or group of men who have a great deal of love for youth and Christian camping. These men select a dedicated group of counselors and other support staff to operate the week of camp. Everyone works hard to help the campers have fun and, more importantly, encourage, motivate, and teach them to be better Christian young people.
TITUS camp is held at Heritage Christian University in Florence, Alabama. Within the churches of Christ we are one of the largest training camps (70+ students), one of the most cost effective (only $25), the longest (8 days), and the only training camp where ALL campers are given a preaching & teaching appointment on the final Sunday morning! We don’t vote on the “best speaker/preacher” of the week, or elevate those who have the more experience than others, and do not have competition for the Final 4 or Elite 8. We emphasize the personal growth of ALL the youth that attend camp. We desire to build up both young men AND young women who desire to polish their public speaking skills and leadership training. The ladies are given separate classes, chapel, devos, etc. to grow their own talents in various areas. THIS YEAR WE HAD 39 BOYS & 20 GIRLS ENROLLED FOR CAMP.