Prelude: The youth orchestra played “Indescribable” and “Revive Us Again.” The youth choir then sang “Heaven Is…”
Featured Testimonies: Josh Hopkins shared how, years ago, he was depressed and angry before camp meeting. However, God reminded him through a song just how much He loves him, and he prayed and was saved. Harmony Hinkle (pictured above) thanked God for saving her a couple of years ago at youth camp and sanctifying her a year later. Anthony Mixer rejoiced that he received his sanctification the previous night. Jacob Hancock said he didn’t want to come to camp because he knew he wasn’t right with God, but Friday night he finally admitted it. When his brother and a friend asked him to pray, he did, and the Lord saved him. Jack Baros testified that he was saved and sanctified just a few days ago, and God has put it on his heart to tell others at school about Him. Bolu Ajanaku told how the Lord used recent sickness to bring him back to where he is supposed to be spiritually.
First Special: A young ladies’ ensemble sang “Chainbreaker.”
Last Special: The youth choir sang “The Blood Hasn’t Ever changed,” with Kelsey Hopper as soloist.
Sermon: Boniface Banda, Eastern Africa District Superintendent and pastor in Chongwe, Zambia, brought the message from Hebrews 13:8, reminding the young people what a Friend Jesus is and encouraging them to reach out to Him for whatever they need.