Christ Character and Competiton

Summer 2023 (COMPLETE!!!)

Summer 2024, Registration will Open OCT 15th.

About Us

C3 All-Sports Camp is a innovative style camp that focuses on Christ, Character and Competition. It is a sport themed camp that runs from Sunday to Friday. Athletes receive 2 hrs of instruction each day in their primary selected sport and 1 hr of instruction in a secondary sport. Sports include baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, football, rock climbing, disc golf and more. Athlete’s time at camp will also include fun team games, camp wide competitions and chapel messages throughout the week.

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Who is Jesus?

We are encouraging our athletes to ask themselves “WHO IS JESUS?” Our chapel sessions focus on answering that one primary question. The answer? That Jesus was the Son of God, who lived a perfect sinless life, died on the cross for our sins and was ressurected as our Lord and Savior. This is what C3 is all about.


Here at C3 we love sports for a lot of reasons. They’re fun, they’re hard, they foster friendships and relationships, but they also are a vital tool for character development in youth.

This is not just sports training but also character development as well. Athletes will choose one of the character traits of Christ to focus on for the week. These traits include Humility, Integrity, Discipline, Self-Control, Heart, Excellence and Love. The cabin leaders, coaches and directors look to identify and acknowledge those traits from the athletes.


Baseball and Softball


Horseback Riding


Rock Climbing




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Archery Archery training involves learning safety procedures, proper technique, form, and aim, through practice and repetition with a bow and arrow, to improve accuracy and consistency in shooting.

Rock Climbing High and low ropes activities involve navigating obstacles, climbing elements, with proper safety equipment and procedures, including harnesses and belaying. Participants will learn proper holds, techniques, and teamwork skills.

Baseball Baseball instruction includes proper grip, stance, swing mechanics, and footwork for hitting, throwing, catching, and fielding the ball.

Basketball Basketball instruction includes dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, and footwork. Coaches will incorporate proper form, balance, and quickness to execute these skills effectively.

Disc Golf Disc golf instruction involves the proper grip, stance, and arm motion for throwing. Consistent form, power, and accuracy are focus point in instruction.

Fishing Fishing instruction involves the proper casting, reeling, and handling of fishing line, bait and lures to catch fish. Proper understanding of fish behavior and equipment selection are also crucial skills for successful fishing.

Football Football instruction includes proper form for running, blocking, tackling*, throwing, catching, and kicking. Speed, agility, and body control are essential, as well as a knowledge of strategy and teamwork. (No Tackling Allowed)

Horseback Riding Horseback riding instruction involves proper posture, balance, and communication with the horse, using the legs, seat, and hands for control. Leaning how to care for horses is also part of instruction.

Yard Games: Cornhole, Ladder Ball, Bocce Ball, Kan Jam, Horsehoes, Spikeball, Giant Jenga, Bean Bag TossCroquet

Racket and Paddle Sports (Badmiton, Tennis, Pickleball, Ping Pong) Racket sports, such as tennis, badminton, and table tennis, involve proper grip, footwork, and swing technique for hitting the ball. Accurate placement, spin, and speed are key skills in these sports, as well as strategic thinking and quick reflexes.

Soccer Soccer instruction involves proper dribbling, passing, shooting, and defensive technique. Effective communication, teamwork, and fitness are also crucial for success on the field, as well as the ability to read the game and make split-second decisions.

Softball Softball instruction involves proper hitting, throwing, fielding, and baserunning technique. Consistency, power, accuracy, and a knowledge of situational play are essential skills for success in this fast-paced sport.

Swimming Swimming instruction involves proper body positioning, arm and leg movements, breathing, and stroke technique. Developing efficiency, endurance, and power are key to effective swimming.

Sport Shooting Sport shooting instruction involves proper grip, stance, and aim for shooting firearms or air guns at targets. Focus, precision, and control of breathing are essential, as well as a knowledge of gun safety and handling.

Ultimate Frisbee Ultimate frisbee instruction involves proper throwing and catching technique, cutting, and teamwork for moving the frisbee down the field. Speed, agility, and quick decision making are also key skills in this fast-paced, non-contact sport.

Volleyball Volleyball instruction involves proper footwork, arm swing, and body positioning for hitting, blocking, serving, and passing the ball. Teamwork, communication, and strategic thinking are also important in this fast-paced, high-flying sport.

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Packing list for a C3 All-Sports Camp

  1. Athletic clothing: T-shirts, shorts, athletic socks and underwear, and comfortable shoes that can be used for running, jumping, and other activities. An extra set of clothes to get dirty in. 
  2. Swimwear: At least one swimsuit, a beach towel, and a pair of sandals or flip-flops for the pool.
  3. Sun protection: Sunscreen with a high SPF, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and lip balm with SPF.
  4. Water bottle: It’s essential to stay hydrated during sports activities, so pack a refillable water bottle that your child can bring with them to activities throughout the day.
  5. Athletic gear: If your child is participating in a specific sport, make sure they bring any necessary gear or equipment, see below for sport specific gear. 
  6. Personal hygiene items: Toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, deodorant, and any other personal care items your child may need.
  7. Bedding: Camp provides twin sized mattresses, other bedding needs
  8. Backpack or duffel bag: A sturdy backpack or duffel bag will be useful for carrying all of your child’s belongings throughout the day.
  9. Bible, Pen/pencil and journal. 
  10. Things to Leave behind: cell phones, electronic games, Laptops, mp3 players or the like, playing cards of any kind, expensive jewelry, expensive cameras, fireworks, weapons, including pocket knives, tobacco, alcohol or drugs.

It’s important to label all of your child’s belongings with their name to ensure they don’t get lost or misplaced during their stay at the summer sports camp. 

Sport Specific Packing List 

  1. Baseball Softball: Glove 
  2. Basketball: Tennis Shoes 
  3. Football: Cleats or tennis shoes; no pads or helmets 
  4. Horsemanship: pants and closed toed shoes 
  5. Racket and Paddle Sports: Tennis Shoes, Tennis Racket recommended 
  6. Soccer: Cleats and Shin Guards
  7. Ultimate Frisbee: Cleats 
  8. Volleyball: Knee Pad Recommended 

The equipment will be provided for all other sports. 


Camp runs from Sunday – Friday.

3:00pm-5:00pm Camper Registration
5:00pm-6:00pm Camper Welcome
6:00pm-6:45pm Dinner
7:00pm-8:00pm Chapel Message
8:00pm-9:00pm Team Building Activity
9:00pm Day Camper Pickup

Monday-Thursday Schedule
8:00am-8:45am Breakfast
8:45am Day Camper Arrival
9:00am-11:00am Primary Sport
12:00-12:45pm Lunch
12:45-1:30pm Flat on Back (Day campers rest in the Rec Hall)
1:45pm-2:45pm Secondary Sport
5:00pm-6:00pm Chapel
6:00pm-6:45pm Dinner
7:00pm-8:30pm Evening Activity
8:30pm Day Camper Pickup (Flexible Pickup between 6-8:30)

8:00-8:30am Pack up
8:45am Day Camper Arrival
8:30-9:00am Breakfast
9:00-12:00n Activities and Camp Wide Competition
12:00-1245pm Lunch
1:00-1:45pm Wrap Up
2:00-3:00pm Camper Pickup and Good-Byes


Roy and Bethany Dawson


Camper Rates

Overnight Camper

Going into 3rd – 9th Grade Ages 7-14 2 Hrs Primary Sport Instruction 1 Hr Secondary Sport Instruction


Siblings Registraiton cost $325

Day Camper

Going into 3rd – 9th Grade Ages 7-14 2 Hrs Primary Sport Instruction 1 Hr Secondary Sport Instruction


Siblings Registraiton cost $250

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