Restoration Revolution Boot Camp

This boot camp was a chance to put students in front of some of the greatest minds of our brotherhood and to get them geared up for leadership positions.

The first Boot Camp was held in Phoenix, AZ and was considered a success to all who went. Every day there were bible studies, main sessions, case studies, fellowship time, and conversations about serving Christ. We had the following men give up of their time and on their own budget to come and share different aspects of leadership with the Boot Campers.
-Don Wilson
-Doug Lucas
-Dean Trune

Operating as usual


Restoration Revolution Boot Camp's cover photo

[03/01/12]   "Start today to be the person you want to be tomorrow!!"

[01/31/12]   "When we are growing spiritually--Satan is fighting harder than ever before!"

[01/20/12]   "We can change the world when we are tuned into God's heart.."


L.B.C. 2011

[01/12/12]   If you attended the 2011-12 LBC please post about what you thought and how it impacted your life and ministry!!






95 E County Road 1000 S
Clayton, IN

General information

Restoration Revolution Boot Camp is an opportunity for college students and those early in ministry to connect on many levels with other students and more importantly leaders of our movement. This allows them to be open and transparent with their successes and struggles and to receive advice and have practical applications from these men. They will get to interact with other people from all over the country and all types of leadership in a setting that gets many out of their comfort zone.
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