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June Family Camp - June 23-28, 2024
Featured speakers...

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Special Guest Speaker


Guest Speaker/ Bible Teacher

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Guest Speaker / Evening Evangelist

Centered in Christ

This summer we look forward to another family camp where we center ourselves on Christ.  With so many distractions in the world we often forget who should be at the Center of our lives.  Do we center our lives around work, school, our kids schedules, our phones?  May family camp 2024 be a reminder to be centered in Christ and abide in him.  

Theme Verse:  John 15:4 Abide in me, and I in you.  As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in

the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me.



Special Guest Speaker

Daniel Gluck, Ph.D.


Daniel currently serves as Professor and Lead Faculty for William Jessup University’s School Christian Leadership. Before joining the Jessup faculty, he served for over a decade as Campus Chaplain. Here, he was instrumental in leading chapels, spiritual formation and outreach programs across the university. Additionally, he has served in numerous ministry capacities. Daniel’s expertise includes Organizational Leadership, Practical Ministry, African History, Peacemaking Studies, and International Development. Daniel holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership (Nonprofit) from Eastern University. He spent several months in Kenya, East Africa, conducting research on the Church’s role in peacemaking and ethnic reconciliation. He is passionate about the impact of global leadership trends on areas across the marketplace, and in various faith contexts. Daniel has worked extensively with nonprofits and is a frequent presenter at churches, retreats and conferences. Daniel lives in Lincoln, CA with his wife Alyssa, and three children - Joshua, Titus and Chloe.


Guest Speaker/ Bible Teacher

John Barnts

John first came to RCP in the summer of 1993 with a singing group from Azusa Pacific University. He came back in 1995 with the same group, but this time he was married. For the next sixteen years, John and Laurie would bring their growing family to June camp, helping the worship teams and leading a college program. In 2011, he moved his family to Mississippi where he would earn a Masters in Biblical Literature at Wesley Biblical Seminary. For the next twelve years he led various Bible studies, taught Old and New Testament classes at a community college, and started a YouTube channel called Barnts in the Belfry. He is thrilled to be back at RCP where he and his family have had so many significant memories and friendships.    



Rev. Jerry Coleman

Director of FAS International


As part of his role as director of FAS International, Jerry directs Empower the Nations, an FAS initiative to equip leaders across the globe with resources for proclaiming the life-giving message of holiness, which is the self-giving love of God. For 17 years, Jerry and his wife, Jan, served as missionaries in Europe with the Free Methodist Church. The last 11 years he served as the overseer for continental Europe. Since joining FAS in 2013 Jerry has had the opportunity to preach and teach in over 60 countries in the world.

Jerry felt a call to full-time ministry in the early 1980s. He was ordained in 1987 in the Free Methodist Church and was the pastor of two churches in the USA. Jerry served as the assistant director of VISA and personnel for Free Methodist World Missions before moving with his family to Europe in 1996. Jerry is a graduate of Greenville University, and Asbury Theological Seminary. Jerry and Jan have three married children and six grandchildren. To hear more of their story, read Jerry’s book, One Way Ticket: Leaving Home for Good.

Please see our detailed accommodations page to determine which type of housing you would like.


Reserve your spot with a $100 per-adult pre-registration by filling out the form below. Costs are based upon your housing choice and balances are due 30 days before camp begins:

  • Cabin

    • Deluxe - $580​ (18+ years)

    • Standard - $550 (18+ years)

  • Dorm-Style - $525 (18+ years)

  • Lodge

    • Deluxe - $680​ (18+ years)

    • Standard - $600 (18+ years)

  • Houses - $750

  • Weekly rates for younger campers (all housing types)

    • Teen (13-17 years) - $490

    • Youth (6-12 years) - $375

    • Child (3-5 years) - Free

    • Baby/Toddler (2 and under) - Free

Secure your spot today! A $100 non-refundable deposit or full payment is required to complete your registration.  Cancellations must be made one month prior the start of camp. Refunds will be issued for cancellations received one month prior the start of camp. The $100 deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Scott Goodyear

Scott is your camp dean!

If you have any questions or issues regarding pre-registration, please contact

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