This is a legitimate concern for many parents. Let’s face it, we’ve all heard some of the problems at camp. Some kids are bad influences. Counselors who may or may not have a strong relationship with Christ. What about theology? We can never be too sure of that can we? I can’t tell you what to do, but I can tell you the experiences we’ve heard about. Some young people develop a profound and long-lasting relationship with Christ and friends. It helps prepare our kids for independence in a slow controlled way. It also helps our ONLY kids to become more social. Here at Keys for Kids, we love Christian camp. It’s a tool God’s using to lead kids to Himself.