M-Fuge 2010 Packet Belmont University Nashville, TN Monday July 19th – Saturday July 24th 2009 Times: Monday, July 19th o Leave the church at 5:30 am o Arrive at Belmont University at 3:30 pm Saturday, July 24th o Leave Belmont University at 10:30 am o Arrive at RMBC at 9:00 pm What: M-Fuge is an organization affiliated with the Southern Baptist Denomination designed to cultivate and equip students, ranging from 6th-12th grades, to share the gospel of Jesus Christ on the mission field both in word and action. (Website: http://www2.lifeway.com/fuge/index.php/2010/events/mfuge/) Where: Belmont University 1900 Belmont Boulevard. Nashville, TN 37212 (Website: http://www.belmont.edu/index.cfm) Cost: $325.00 per person (registration cost is included) $ for breakfast and lunch (on Monday, 19th). $ for lunch and dinner (on Saturday, 24th) (we will stop at Wendy’s, Bojangles, etc…). Saturday dinner we will stop at a restaurant like Texas Roadhouse, Chili’s, etc… Registration Requirements: Fill out RMBC activity participation waiver form. The form can be found out in the foyer on the Fusion table, with a Fusion leader, or on the web at: http://www.redmountainbaptist.com/youth/downloadable-resources/ Fill out and notarize 2 copies of the M-Fuge Camp Medical Release Form which can be found on the Fusion table, with a Fusion leader, or on the web at: http://s3.amazonaws.com/fugefiles/S41.pdf Please read, sign, and hand-in the “Youth Missions Trip 2010 – Guidelines and Fundraisers” packet. Every student and adult going on the Mission’s trip must read over, sign, and hand-in this packet prior to registration. A $50.00 registration deposit (per person) is due immediately upon registering for this event (A.K.A.-signing up to attend the trip). Sign up at the Fusion table in the foyer or in the youth room. Please try your best to sign up by Sunday, January 17th 2010. Helpful Information: Pastor Paul’s Email: [email protected] Pastor Paul’s Cell: (919)-793-8814 Church Phone: (919)-477-3657 Speaker and Worship Leader: Gary Morgan (Speaker) Christian Baxter (Worship Leader) o In an industry that is all about self-promotion, how does one do ministry that is all about worshiping God? Christian Baxter is a musician who lives in this delicate balance; putting himself out there musically, while desiring that God receive all the glory. This is Christian’s hope in ministry as he leads worship at various events and venues traveling throughout the country. The Christian Baxter Band bases ministry out of Batesville, Arkansas where Christian also serves on staff as a worship pastor for Fellowship Bible Church. He loves to connect people to the excitement that is our Savior Jesus and to lift up praise to our Mighty God in the context of cooperate worship. Christian and his beautiful wife Megan are excitedly awaiting the arrival of their first child this spring. o For more information visit http://christianbaxterband.com/. Schedule: Opening Day – (Monday – 19th): 5:30 am – 7:00 am Drive to Belmont Univ. 7:00 am – 7:30 am Breakfast 7:30 am – 11:30 am Drive to Belmont Univ. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm Lunch 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm Drive to Belmont Univ. 3:30pm Registration (group picture, register for ministry tracks, etc…) 5:00pm Dinner 6:30 PM Opening Celebration 7:30 PM Ministry Track Evangelism Training/Planning 10:00 PM Church Group Rally 10:15 PM Church Group Devotion 11:00 PM In Rooms 11:30 PM Lights Out Full Days of Camp (Day 1 = Tuesday, Day 3 = Thursday, and Day 4 = Friday): 7:00 AM Breakfast 8:00 AM AM Show 8:30 AM Dismiss from AM Show to QT / Bible Study 10:00 AM Depart for Ministry Sites 12:00 PM Lunch Break (at Ministry Site) 3:00 PM Hang Time 5:00 PM Dinner 6:30 PM Worship 8:00 PM Church Group Devotion 10:00 PM Night Life 10:30 PM Hang Time 11:00 PM In Rooms 11:30 PM Lights Out Day 2 = Wednesday Schedule: 7:00 AM Breakfast 8:00 AM AM Show 8:30 AM Dismiss from AM Show to QT / Bible Study 10:00 AM Depart for Ministry Sites 12:00 PM Lunch Break (at Ministry Site) 3:00 PM Extended Free Time in City 9:00 PM Worship 10:15 PM Church Group Devotion 11:00 PM In Rooms 11:30 PM Lights Out Closing Day Schedule (Saturday): 7:00 AM Breakfast 8:00 AM Quiet Time/Bible Study 9:30 AM Closing Celebration 10:30 AM Leave for Home Dress Code: Please do not pack anything that: Advertises alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs Explicitly or implicitly promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person Explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual actions or situations Has spaghetti straps, except for sleepwear Is excessively short or tight fitting. While at camp, we ask that students and adults: Wear closed-toed shoes to ministry sites. Wear modest, one-piece bathing suits or two piece suits covered with a colored T-shirt. Wear modest shorts, dresses, slacks, and jeans for worship. Long pants or knee-length skirts are required for students or adults participating in worship on stage. Do not dress in a way that calls attention to their underwear (sagging your pants, rolling down your waistbands, etc) A dark t-shirt if you plan to take the messy games or water games track. We invite you to join us as leaders in monitoring your group to ensure they are dressing appropriately. What to Bring to Camp: Bible, pen or pencils, watch or cell-phone, shorts and t-shirts, sun block, water-bottle, shoestennis shoes for recreation and ministry tracks (sandals if desired), closed toe, closed heel shoes (for outdoor/ministry sites), personal hygiene items, favorite pillow, sleeping bag or linens, nice clothes and bad clothes, extra trash bags for dirty clothes or trash, personal drinks or snacks, towels, money for snacks and items in the FUGE store and missions offering, other optional items such as a camera, flip-flops for the shower, medical information and any prescribed medications, money for breakfast and lunch (Monday) and money for lunch and dinner (Saturday). What Not to Bring to Camp: Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, any kind of weapon, radios, portable CD players, MP3 players, iPods, water guns, water balloons, skateboards, and rollerblades (this includes "Wheelies").