IGNITE! – XP Youth Winter Retreat 2017

Play and pray with your XP Youth Fam!
We’re learning to love God and love each other by letting God ignite our hearts with zeal for Him!
This year’s theme is Ignite: Romans 12:11, and we have an excellent speaker to share more about the topic (see below).

Youth will be together for worship (singing), games, eating, and the learning time.  They will be with peers for small groups and bedtime.

Here is a sample schedule:

8am leave from Pleasanton Crosspoint (5627 Gibraltar Dr, Pleasanton, CA 94588)
12pm Arrive – Eat lunch
1:30pm Orientation at Talking Mountain
2:30pm Get settled
6pm Dinner
7:30 Gather at TM
8pm Worship and message
9pm Small groups
9:30pm free time
10:30pm lights out
8am Breakfast
9:30am Quiet times
10am Gather at TM
10:30am Worship and message
11:30am Small groups
12pm Lunch
2pm Mandatory Fun
4pm Free time
6pm Dinner
7:30 Gather at TM
8pm Worship and message
9pm Campfire!
12am Lights out
8am Breakfast
9:30am Quiet times
10am Gather at TM
10:30am Worship and message
11:30am Small groups
12pm Lunch
2pm Leave for home
SPEAKER BIO – Joseph Sevier

Joseph has a major passion to impact the world through relationships, leadership, & transformation. His unique approach & message have been shaped by his international experience, service to youth & families, & market place work. Joseph served as a founding leader & pastor for Living Hope Christian Center in Emeryville for 12 years, has ministered in 5 different countries, and currently works as a Service Coach with Texas Roadhouse Inc.

Joseph & his lovely wife of 6 ½ years, Andrea, live in Emeryville, Ca. His wife works as a Social Worker with Kaiser Hospital. They share a heart to build up the next generation, invest in their community, & inspire those around them to dream big. It is their desire to help this generation live out their God-given potential, pursue great dreams, & bring about cultural transformation through their lives and work.

ABOUT the location
 Zephyr Point on the beautiful Lake Tahoe is the ideal setting for quite prayer, reflection, and fun in the snow!
We will be staying in cabins with three or four rooms each with youth of our same age and gender.
There will be one or two counselors in each cabin, and we will all share meals and meeting times at the nearby cafeteria and conference room.
The food is AMAZING.
packing list
  • Bring your Bible, a pen, a journal, WARM clothing, snacks, your toiletries (toothbrush and deodorant), towel, sleeping bag, shoes that can get muddy, an open heart and a good attitude!
  • DO NOT bring weapons, drugs, alcohol, electronics
  • CELL PHONE POLICY: Use for pictures only please – if, at any time, cell phones are used in a way not glorifying to God or edifying to brothers and sisters, I will confiscate and BURN them (well, confiscate at least)Camp rules: All campers must—
    • Be on time
    • Ask before leaving the group
    • Respect the schedule of activities
    • Be kind!
    • Be respectful to all leaders and consider others before yourself
    • Be willing to talk to a counselor/leader for to resolve issues
    • Do not enter cabins of the opposite sex 
    • Use a plunger, deodorant, and toothbrush… PLEASE
Pray for an open heart as God speaks to you, showing you where He wants you to go in the next steps of your walk with Him!

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Pastor Mary Scott

Youth Pastor at Crosspoint Church Silicon Valley and Tri Valley - mscott@crosspointchurchsv.org http://crosspointchurchsv.org/youthblog/about-us/