Combined Camp weeks are for students who have competed
3rd-12th grade. This year at Camp Siloam, we have a
great lineup of Combined Camp speakers.

Week 3 - Combined Camp

June 13-17, 2022
Speakers: Ronnie Hill

Week 6 - Combined Camp

July 4-8, 2022
Speaker: Tee Uzoigwe & Ricky Smith

Week 7 - Combined

July 11-15, 2022
Speaker: Jeremy Freeman & Josh Renck


Ronnie Hill

Ronnie really does have "A Passion To See People Respond To Jesus!" Paul once wrote to church friends that "there is a wide-open door for a great work here" (1 Corinthians 16:9, NLT), and those words are still true for Ronnie Hill Ministries today. Ronnie has been preaching on the road for 23 years and God has never reduced the opportunities He gives the ministry to proclaim the Gospel. There are even more things we could do to get the Gospel out on a large scale than we have resources to carry it all out. Ronnie is passionate about getting the Gospel out in all shapes, forms, ways, and sizes!

Ronnie preaches an anointed but simple message of salvation and repentance; that it's the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and that through His blood alone, we are saved. Speaking from the heart, Ronnie believes, 'It was God's sovereignty that chose me and I know that it is God that draws man to Him, not me!' Paul said, "When I came to you, brothers, I did not come with eloquence or superior wisdom as I proclaimed to you the testimony about God. For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified" (1 Corinthians 2:1-2).

Josh Renck

Josh has the greatest job in the world - to share the Gospel with kids and families and see them grow closer to their Savior. Josh is married to Katie and they have one son, Elliot.

An Arkansas native, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Arkansas State University as well as a Master of Divinity in Youth & Family Ministry from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Pastor Josh has served in churches in Arkansas, Missouri and Ohio. He currently serves as the Children’s Pastor at First Baptist Church in O’Fallon, IL.

Josh has a strong desire to see kids come to know Christ as their Savior and to develop an adoring love to follow Him for the rest of their lives. He also has a strong passion to equip parents to lead their children to walk closely with the Lord through the ever-changing culture.

He enjoys reading, traveling, board games, anything outside and spending time with his family. He also believes coffee and ice cream are the greatest inventions of all-time.

Tee Uzoigwe

Tee has a strong passion to see God change broken and sinful hearts through the powerful proclamation of the Gospel. He grew up in Little Rock Arkansas during an extremely intense time of gang violence and brokenness during the 90s. God radically changed the direction of his destiny after hearing the gospel from a couple named John and Betty Hurd. By the grace of God he was blessed with an athletic basketball scholarship to Henderson State University where God turned his heart from not only being a follower of Jesus but a fisher of men. He is married to a very godly and beautiful woman named Erica Uzoigwe. They have a total of 3 children: 9 year old little girl named Avaria, 6 year old little boy named Jon and a 5 year old little boy named Titus. While in full-time ministry he has worked as a campus minister for the Arkansas Baptist State Convention working through BCM ministry serving at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff for about seven years. He is now an Associate pastor of community outreach and young adults at First Baptist Church in Jonesboro Georgia. He praises God for the privilege to be at this new ministry calling and looks forward to seeing how God’s power is perfected through our weaknesses.

Jermey Freeman

Jeremy Freeman has served as Lead Pastor of First Baptist Church Newcastle in Oklahoma since 2009. He and his wife, Emily, have 7 children: Brittany, Caleb, Clayton, Aubrey, Luke, Addi, and Trey who went home to be with the Lord as a 7-year-old on September 1, 2013. Jeremy came to faith at age 16, and God soon called him into ministry at age 17. He has degrees from Oklahoma Baptist University and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jeremy loves to preach God’s Word and has been blessed to travel all over the world doing so. He loves sports of all kinds, traveling, hiking, reading, writing, and being with his family.

Ricky Smith

Ricky has been married to his wife, Hilary, since November of 1996. He is the father of two girls.

Ricky’s ministry career has been focused on making the name of Jesus known and advancing the mission of the Gospel. He received a bachelor’s degree in Christian Education with an emphasis in Youth Ministry from Bryan College, in Dayton, Tennessee. He holds a Masters degree in Theology from Liberty Baptist Seminary, and he holds a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Liberty University. He also holds an honorary doctorate from Emmanuel Theological Seminary. Ricky has been married to his wife, Hilary, since November of 1996. He is the father of two girls. In his ministry, he has served as a teacher in a Christian school, a student minister, the head of a school, and as the head of student ministry for the next generation for the Georgia Baptist Mission Board. Currently, Ricky serves at the Lead Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia and provides leadership to the multi-faceted ministry with a commitment to make disciples.


Non-Refundable Deposit (per person; applies to final cost) $80

Campers (completed 3rd grade through age 18) $289

Counselors (age 19 and up) $150

Infants/Toddlers (less than age 2) FREE

Campers (age 2 through completed 2nd grade) $150

Family Cabin (per cabin) (requires $100 non-refundable deposit; Rate is IN ADDITION to camper fees $289

PLEASE NOTE: Any changes made within one week of camp are an additional $80. If a camper is cancelled within one week, $80 will be retained and that camper will lose their deposit. If a camper is added within one week, they will have the above cost plus $80. A replacement camper is considered both a cancellation AND an addition. Additions and cancellations can be made up until one week before camp with no additional charges.

Our COVID-19 Safety Plan

Please Note: The Covid status in Northwest Arkansas is an ever-changing situation. We are planning and praying that the outbreak will have subsided by summer 2022. We will be monitoring Covid recommendations from the Arkansas Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control. As the situation changes, we will be updating this page and notifying our registered campers of any changes to their Camp Siloam experience.
Prior to arrival: 
  • Please follow social distancing guidelines by wearing a face mask/face covering when around members outside your immediate family and stay home as much as possible in the 14 days prior to arrival.
  • All guests will need to complete the health screening form. Anyone with symptoms in the 72 hours prior to arriving at Camp Siloam should stay home and not come to camp.
  • Individuals with pre-existing conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, autoimmune disease, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease (including asthma) and/or immunosuppressed are at an increased risk of severe illness or death if COVID-19 is contracted. These individuals may choose to not attend camp.
During Camp:
  • Please wear a mask/face covering when participating in indoor activities when social distancing may not be possible.
  • Extra hand washing and hand sanitizing will be available and recommended often.
  • To aid in stopping the spread, we asked that anyone with a temperature of greater than 100.4 F is sent home. The ill person should wear a mask at all times and the Camp Siloam host should be notified.
  • Bunks will be spaced to comply with CDC guidelines to allow six feet between the head of each guest. We ask that you sleep head to toe. 
  • We recommend you stay on campus for the duration of your event. If someone must leave, we ask that they wear a mask while off-campus and follow all social distancing guidelines.

A Day at Camp

What does a day at Camp Siloam look like? To sum it up, it’s fellowship and fun. Here’s what your schedule might look like:

8:00 AM Breakfast & Cabin Clean Up

8:30 AM Quiet Time

9:00 AM Drama and Worship

10:00 AM Group Time

11:00 AM Team Recreation

12:30 PM Lunch

1:30 PM Free time/Activity Classes

5:30 PM Dinner

7:00 PM Worship

8:30 PM Group Time

9:30 PM Open Rec

11:00 PM Lights Out

What to Bring

We want you to have a great time at Camp Siloam and have everything you need, so here’s a list of what to bring…and what to leave home!

Packing List

  • 5 Masks
  • Shorts
  • T-shirts
  • Rain coat
  • Coat
  • Jacket
  • Adventure Sandals
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Jeans
  • Socks
  • Underwear
  • Long Sleeve Shirts
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Deodorant
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Floss
  • Soap
  • Shower shoes
  • Towel
  • Washcloth
  • Flashlight
  • Bible
  • Notebook
  • Pen or Pencil

Do Not Bring

  • Cell Phones
  • Handheld Gaming Devices
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Recreational Drugs
  • Guns
  • Knives
  • Fireworks