LOST & FOUND: Moving from Separation to Celebration
“For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it.” – Matthew 16:25


Generate FAQ

Hey! You probably have tons of questions. Here are some FAQ and if you still have questions do not hesitate to email me at gonzalez.angel@stes.org or call/text me at 281-300-7034. Scholarships (partial, half, and full) and financial aid are available upon request. We never want money to be an issue sending someone to camp. Be sure to register ASAP to lock in your spot. The price increases periodically as we get closer to summer.


What is Generate Camp like? Who is it for?

Generate Camp is a Christ-centered conference-style camp for 7th grade-12th graders including those moving up to 7th grade this summer and graduating high school seniors. It includes engaging worship from experienced worship leaders, learning through sound Biblical teaching and free time to explore! We will be staying on campus at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas.

Do I need to be a specific denomination to attend?

Not at all! Generate is an inter-denominational, evangelical ministry serving the local church.

What does the cost include? Do I need to bring money?

The cost per person includes all programming in the worship center, a camp t-shirt, Bible study material, transportation, food, and lodging. You do not need to bring any money, however, you may consider bringing some money when we stop at gas stations or to purchase Generate merchandise.

How do I register? Anything else I should know?

Register below!

There may be parent meeting in June. A behavior acknowledgement form and a notarized form must be signed prior to a child attending. Information regarding the forms will be sent closer to the event.


What is a normal day like?

A normal day starts with breakfast in the morning followed by quiet time and then a morning session with the other churches where we worship and hear from a speaker. After that, we have rec or bible study with lunch in between followed by free time and dinner. After dinner we will have an evening session followed by small group and lights out.

On some mornings, students will have an option to participate in a fun activity before breakfast. Some evenings will also have optional activities before lights out.