Future Preacher's Training Camp
The Future Preacher Training Camp is an annual summer event held at the West Virginia School of Preaching designed to encourage younger men (ages 14-18) to become preachers of the Gospel. Our faculty, alumni, and directors make a collective effort to offer instruction that will facilitate the growth of the campers and, subsequently, encourage them to take a leadership role. Along with receiving sound exhortation from the Bible, attendees will be encouraged to memorize Scripture and aided in the development and delivery of a lesson of their own. Campers may stay in the school dormitory while space is available, so apply now! This year’s FPTC will take place June 19-21, 2020. Take a look at our most recent brochure for a schedule of events:
June 19-21, 2020 (CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19)
There is no cost to attend the FPTC. The attendee is only responsible for transportation to and
from the West Virginia School of Preaching.
What to Bring:
Clothes: All attendees will be required to wear kakis, dress shirt, tie, and coat during certain portions of the training camp. Casual clothes should also be brought for recreational activities.
Bedding: Attendees should bring their own bedding. A sleeping bag, bed sheet, and pillow are
Toiletry: Don’t forget to bring your toothbrush and other necessary items!
Bible: We will be using the Bible extensively so DON’T FORGET YOUR BIBLE
Fill out an application today!