The Edmond Sun

July 5, 2013

Kanakuk’s KampOut comes to Edmond

Special to The Sun

EDMOND — Kanakuk Kamp’s KampOut is coming to Faith Bible Church in Edmond on July 8-12. KampOut offers Kampers the Kanakuk summer camp experience in a day camp setting within their hometown.

For five days, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., KampOut gives kindergarten through fifth-graders an experience filled with guided sports and activities, Bible study, worship and small-group time led by professional Kanakuk Kamps’ staff. Outdoor activities include a climbing wall, inflatables, a slip-n-slide, a zip line and a euro-bungee.

Beginning on June 3, KampOut will make 18 stops in 13 cities this summer. They will be at Faith Bible Church July 8-12.

To ensure camper safety throughout the week in each location, a volunteer health care professional will be on site each day. KampOut also offers parents a 5 p.m. pick-up option for a $25 per child fee.

For more information on KampOut and how you can register your child, visit Additionally, registration remains open for Kanakuk Kamp’s overnight camp options, which offer more than 70 sports and activities on six campuses in Branson and Lampe, Mo. To register, visit:

Based in Branson, Kanakuk Kamps began in 1926 and since then, more than 50,000 staff members and 300,000 youth have spent their summer growing physically, spiritually and socially alongside great Christian role models. Today, there are six Kanakuk Kamps that serve more than 11,000 campers each summer, including K-Kauai Family Kamp. Kanakuk Kamps’ mission is to develop dynamic Christian leaders through life-exchanging experiences, Godly relationships and spiritual training and is a subsidiary of Kanakuk Ministries, a not-for-profit, 501(c)3. More information about Kanakuk can be found at