Welcome To Camp Tetelestai
Camp Tetelestai is a Christ centered ministry where unbelievers become believers and believers become disciples; a peaceful environment away from the busy world where people learn and grow in relationship with Jesus Christ, others, and themselves.
Camp Tetelestai was organized with the vision and prayer to build a camp retreat facility in Greenbrier to be used for youth ministry. Our desire is to provide the opportunity for any youth to attend camp regardless of their financial status.
For many years, we have been privileged to have the opportunity to work with the camps listed below. The leaders of these camps are Godly people that love the Lord and our youth. At this time, we are raising funds to provide scholarships for youth that do not have the finances to attend.
Arkansas Youth Camp (AYC) – June 8-12 - Camp Couchdale in Hot Springs, AR www.gbchs.com/index.php/ministries/ayc
Central Arkansas Youth Camp (CAYC) –
July 12-17 - Camp Beaverfork, Conway, AR
Today in our society more than ever, many kids have a crazy life. Many of their lives lack stability, love, direction and spirituality. During camp, kids have the opportunity to be surrounded by friends, peers and adults who want nothing but the best for them. At camp, we focus on each individual and meeting their needs. We leave the everyday distractions of life and enter the beauty of God’s creation and remember how awesome it feels to gaze up at thousands of stars in the sky. Do you remember how awesome it feels?
Camp kids get to experience positive role models, develop Godly character and values and have fun! The benefits of camp do not end when the week comes to a close. We build bonds that last a lifetime!
The youth of today need us now more than ever. We ask that you would help us to say "Yes, you can come to camp!" by donating what you can towards our scholarships for these camps. Any amount would be appreciated, all proceeds support our youth! We are volunteers.
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What Does Tetelestai Mean?
John 19:30 (KJV) - When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.
The Greek word tetelestai was used to describe completed financial transactions, i.e. “Paid in full”, purchase made, payment received. Jesus made full atonement, as the perfect and final sacrifice, to pay the the full debt we owe by taking the punishment for our sins - past, present, and future.