Where it all began...

SBCV Camp Frame started in 1981 (we'll be 39 years old this summer!). Pastor David Johnson, then Pastor of Rileyville Baptist Church, had a desire to minister to kids and teens and out of that desire SBCV Camp Frame began. Pastor Johnson (affectionately known as Pastor Dave) along with his wife and their close friend Kay began and kept SBCV Camp Frame afloat for quite a few years. Each year though more churches, kids and teens steadily came.

Since then...

SBCV Camp Frame has sought to be an affordable camp option for kids and teens where the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the focus. In 2012, due to health issues and complications, Pastor Dave had to stop directing SBCV Camp Frame; that year Pastor Dave "handed the camp over" to Lorrie Kennedy and a few other leaders. In the years since Lorrie has sought to change a few things and there has been a sort of changing of guard of leadership at SBCV Camp Frame, in fact so much so that 2016 felt as if it was the first year of a new camp. 

What's next...

 Honestly, we really don't know! We do know that we will seek to keep the Gospel of Jesus central to all that we do and we will continue to try and uphold the major desires that Pastor Dave had for this camp all along. And in all of that we look forward, prayerfully, to what God will do through this camp, its leaders and those to whom we have the gracious chance to reach. 

What to expect…

One of the great things about camp is that we are a “wilderness camp”. We don’t have a ton of bells and whistles, but a whole lot of friendliness, faithfulness and fun! You can expect to meet friendly directors, staff and volunteers who will care well for your kids and students. You can expect to hear faithful teaching and proclaiming of God’s Word and the Gospel, both in our larger times together and in smaller groups. You can expect to have fun; there are a bunch of fun activities for every person from swimming to sports to crafts and a lot in between. There may be no air conditioning, but we like to think we’re pretty cool.