The South Texas Summer Boot Camp is for teenagers 13 – 19 years of age or entering the 7th – 12th grade. Its goal is to:
  • See the youth of our nation develop important moral and life skills
  • Challenge them for leadership-minded no matter where or what the situation

They are the future of our nation, and training them to take on challenges of life is imperative.


We realize how critical your role is as a parent in the spiritual, moral, emotional, and physical development of your teen. Our desire is to partner with you in helping your teen become all they can be in these important areas. Combined with our goal-oriented structure, we can help shape our youth to respond to life’s challenges.


Our hope is that we might challenge our youth to excellence, as opposed to simply going through the motions of school, church, and life. We strive to provide an arena for young people to have a first-hand experience with Christ. We seek to penetrate their lives with the Word and Spirit of God. We focus all that we do on moving them to this priority in life.


Ecclesiastes 12:1 says, “Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth.”


The South Texas Teen Summer Camp is a physically, mentally and spiritually challenging week long camp. The purpose of boot camp is to help teens (with or without a church background) strip away their attitudes and direction and provide them with a new outlook and direction on life. Boot camp is very confrontational and takes teens out of their comfort zone by tearing down fronts. This camp can help teens gain some appreciation, motivation and respect; all the while centered upon Jesus Christ being (or becoming) their persona Lord and Savior.


 Summarized Below Are Some Important Reminders


  • Permission Slip: needed for all campers and counselors
  • Official First Day: Camp begins at Freedom (a Church for All People), located at 6414 Grissom      Road, San Antonio, TX 78238
  • Official Last Day: Camp will end at the Pot-O-Gold Ranch, …
  • All Campers & Counselors: Required to be at the church no later than 7 PM on …
  • All Counselors: Must complete the Texas sexual abuse and child molestation awareness training and examination program, before attending camp.