2020 ONE LIFE (High School Youth Group Winter Retreats)

One Life #1: 7PM Thursday, January 2 – 9AM Sunday, January 5

One Life #2: 8pm (or whenever your group can arrive) Friday, February 14 – 10:30 AM Monday, Feb 17 (or Sunday PM departure) – FULL

Come for a weekend of fun and adventure with your high school youth group: complete with worship, broomball tournament, polar bear dip, other fun winter activities, a downhill skiing option, spiritual disciplines, and Christ-centered messages!

Pricing & Registration

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One Life 2020 Pricing:

    • Student: $150
    • Early Departure Student: $125
    • Leader: $110
    • *Optional One Life Long Sleeve T-shirt: $20
    • *Optional Day at Ski Brule:

$43 for pass & rental OR $33 for pass only

 

To register for One Life:

      • Students: Please see your youth leader to register for this retreat. You can download/print the registration form and optional ski form below.
      • Youth Leaders: Please complete the following:
        • Download/Print the 2020 One Life Registration Form – All forms should be sent to camp no later than 2 weeks prior to your retreat date.
        • If any of your students plan on spending the ski day at Ski Brule (optional), Download/Print the Ski Brule 2020 Rental & Release Form. Youth leaders are responsible for transportation to/from Ski Brule as well as supervision while at Ski Brule.
        • Timeline for Youth Leaders:
          • Beginning Friday, Sept 20 at 9AM – Fill out the 2020 One Life Group Reservation Request to reserve spots for your youth group. Wait for email from dustin@cpbc.com confirming your specific retreat (this may take up to two weeks from the time you fill out the form).
          • Within 2 weeks of receiving confirmation email: remit deposit payment to CPBC.
          • ONE MONTH prior to your retreat: Fill out the 2020 One Life Group Registration (with accurate male/female breakdown, t-shirt pre-orders, and ski numbers).
          • 2 weeks prior to your retreat: Send all registration forms to CPBC:

            CPBC, ATTN: ONE LIFE 358 W Hagerman Lake Rd Iron River, MI 49935 registrar@cpbc.com FAX: 906.265.5123

        • Full payment (for registration, t-shirts, and skiing) and ski forms are due upon arrival.

Vision

One Life Logo-01One Life strives to call students to out of the ordinary to live “one life” of extra-ordinary devotion to Christ through shared experiences in solid programming, challenging speakers, and meaningful worship. To help students find strength and renewal of faith on a spiritual peak, and develop a rhythm of faith that sustains them when they are not in those high places.   In every way OneLife retreats strive to encourage students to live further into their calling to whom God has made them to be and go home affecting their communities for the cause of Christ.

2020 One Life Planning Team:

Joel Brand – Winnetka Cov. (IL) Kennedy Brown – Lake Springfield Christian Assembly (IL) Sophia Duffield – Hillcrest Cov. (DeKalb, IL) Drew Edstrom – Northwest Cov. (Chicago, IL) Dustin Johnson – Associate Director, Covenant Point Zoe Larson – Program Director, Covenant Point Colby Mecher – Hinsdale Cov. (IL) Cortney Pearson – Hinsdale Cov. (IL) Emily Smith, Church of the Good Shepherd (Joliet, IL) Cody Taylor, North Park Covenant (Chicago, IL)

    Theme & Speaker

    One Life Logo-01 2020 Theme: Greater Things

    John 14:12

    “Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these…”

    Thesis: In the Upper Room, Jesus laid out a vision of life for his disciples.  He told them that “no servant is greater than their master” establishing his Lordship, he reminded them that they ought to “remain” and “abide” in his Love as the central guiding force,  and he assured them that they would still do “greater things” than these. So we hold this in tension in a life of faith, we are not greater than Jesus our master, but yet we are made for greater things.  

    Our hope for Students: We desire for our students to know Jesus as their guiding light and central influence, and for them to be empowered that no matter our age, experience, or what others say or think about us, we can’t underestimate our ability to have genuine faith and to set an example to others.  Simply stated, to follow Jesus as only we can, we must not let the voice of fear be louder than the voice of faith. Students, for the most part, have no problem standing strong in their day to day lives, with sports, school, and friends, but when it comes to their faith, it seems they are not sure of their place within the church. They don’t believe they have a voice or means to be able to lead.  With the theme of “Greater Things,” we hope they will claim this identity and the truth that they are made to lead in unique and excellent ways.

    #1, January 2-5: Jessica Jackson, On Ramps Cov Church, Fresno, CA

    #2, February  14-17: Andrea Watson

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