ScholarshipS

The 4:19 Scholarship

In a time when families and churches are struggling more than ever, we believe that our teens need camp more than ever! Teens and kids are facing isolation, limited interaction, overconsumption of media, depression, strained relationships, and many other issues related to the pandemic. Camp pulls kids out of their spiritual ruts and away from electronic devices.

Using the unique benefits of Christian camping, we present the Truth of God with the love of God so lives can be changed to the glory of God.

Our goal with The 4:19 Scholarship is to encourage campers to attend camp by making it even more affordable!

Complete the Lessons

Watch, read, or listen to all 31 lessons on 31 separate days.

Do not just rush through
all the lessons in a few days.

Answer the Journal Questions

Complete the 3 journal questions for each lesson with thoughtful answers.

Earn a $100 Scholarship

All rising 4th graders to graduating 12th graders who complete the study (before May 31, 2021) will receive $100 off of their week of teen or junior camp at The Wilds of New England.*

Zoom Call Followup (Optional)

Every 1st and 3rd Saturday (February - April)
at 10am EST there will be a LIVE follow-up discussion available on Zoom.**

Physical Book (Optional)

If you would prefer to do The 4:19 Scholarship using a physical copy of the same study, you can order one from Wilds.org/store.***

GET STARTED!

* Availability of the $100 Scholarships is limited. They will be given in the order that completed studies are received.

** Links for each of the Zoom calls can be found in the online lesson platform (TWNE.Thinkific.com) and in the reminder emails.

*** A copy of the book can be ordered at a discounted rate after the signup form is submitted. If you use a print copy of the study, please write the date at the top of each lesson when you complete it. At the end of the study, you will need a parent (or guardian) and a pastor to sign off on your book. Have them contact Joe Kopp (joe.kopp@wilds.org) to sign off on your completed study, or you can send your completed book to The Wilds of New England.