Camp Esther is our basic camp — it is held two times every summer, once in the southern part of the state and again in what we like to call “the north woods.” Esther runs for three days, starting Sunday evening and ending Tuesday afternoon. This camp provides teens with all of the basic information they will need to share the right-to-life message with their peers. Topics include abortion and prenatal development, the history of the right-to-life movement, stem cells and cloning, euthanasia, how our government works and much, much more! Campers who wish to have the whole camp experience in one summer are encouraged to choose our “full week” option and stay for Camp Nehemiah, our advanced camp which runs Wednesday morning through Friday afternoon. Before attending Camp Nehemiah, campers MUST attend Camp Esther — but don’t worry, you can do them both in the same year! (We aim to please… and to train the next generation of right-to-life advocates, of course.)
Click here for a copy of our registration packet.