Below are the rules and policies we choose to uphold and abide by here at Camp Blessing.
Alchohol, Drugs & Tobacco
Alcohol, Drugs & Tobacco
Our staff does not condone the use of illegal or misuse of prescription drugs. No tobacco or alcohol products are permitted at camp. We do not condone the abuse of tobacco, alcohol or public drunkenness.
We believe sex is a gift from God reserved for marriage between a man and woman.
During camp terms the use of cell phones are NOT permitted! Cell phones are gathered during SOTK orientation and returned at Closing Ceremonies. Lap top computers are not to be brought to camp.
SHIRTS should reflect a Christian image and not have inscriptions or advertising for questionable products (i.e. beer products, slanderous sayings). No spaghetti strap or tight fitting shirts. Shirts must cover abdomen even when hands are lifted in the air.
SHORTS must be loose fitting and at have at least a 5 inch inseam. No “sofee” style shorts. No shorts or pants with words across the seat.
SWIM: Men must wear swim trunks (no Speedos). Women must wear modest one piece swimsuits, two piece swimsuits will be permitted provided they completely cover the abdomen area even with hands in the air.
TATTOOS & BODY PIERCING: While at camp all body piercing jewelry is to be removed! ONLY small studs on pierced ears may be worn by either sex. Our volunteers or staff will wear NO naval, eyebrow or tongue jewelry at camp (this is a safety issue). At the discretion of the camp directors any tattoo that may be viewed as inappropriate will need to be covered at all times. You are an example of a Christian lifestyle to your campers. Parents count on you to represent a clean-cut example. If discussions occur about tattoos or body piercing with campers or other participants, please try to steer the conversation in another direction and do not encourage campers or other participants to get tattoos or body piercings.
SHOES: must be worn at all times unless at the pool. Closed-toed shoes are required during all daytime activities with the exception of to and from the pool. Sandals and flip-flops may be worn to the nightly parties.
APPEARANCE: While we know that God looks at the heart and does not judge man by appearances, we still feel convicted to present a clean appearance on the outside, as well as the inside. Men, you may keep your facial hair if you come to camp with a beard or mustache that is well groomed. However, you may not grow a new beard or mustache while at camp. Hair length is optional. However, all hair must be well groomed at all times.