Infusion weeks are for students who have competed
3rd-12th grade. This year at Camp Siloam, we have a
great lineup of Infusion speakers.
Caleb and Adrian have been married since 2008. They have two boys, Titus and Cohen. Caleb has been in full-time ministry for the last 15 years. He loves theology and apologetics and often speaks at conferences. In his free time, he loves painting and collecting comic books.
Tom has been doing ministry to students since 1982 when he was a student. After college, he was a youth minister at two different churches. Kings Ave Baptist in Brandon, Florida, and North River Baptist in Roswell, Georgia. Then Tom went to Seminary for three years in Louisville, Kentucky, before becoming a Missionary through the North American Mission board. Tom was then the first Chaplain at Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He was ordained in June of 1989. From that point has been doing youth evangelism for the last 20 years. Tom uses drama, comedy, juggling,magic, illusions, and good hard preaching and teaching to reach the toughest young people. Whether at camp, retreats, conferences, or churches, Tom loves communicating the Gospel to people and seeing them come to Christ.
God called Kolby to His ministry as a seven-year-old. As a teenager, he began sharing in churches across Oklahoma and became a pastor at age 18. He later served as an evangelist, student minister, and children’s minister, and now leads this ministry for the purpose of reaching the lost, challenging the church and training up a new generation of leaders. Kolby is also a ventriloquist (which basically means that he likes to talk to himself) and a book author. During their years in evangelism, he and his wife picked up some interesting ministry tools including stunts with six-foot balloons, balloon sculptures, fire-juggling (which one should never do on a windy day!), and a variety of teaching illusions and illustrations. In his spare time he likes to read, play with his four sons, and eat chocolate chip cookies…lots of chocolate chip cookies.
Chris Bacon knows what it means to be a troubled teenager; he was one. Coming from a broken home riddled by drug abuse and violence made his encounter with Jesus Christ at 17 years old all the more special. Dedicating his life to the work of the Lord, Chris has a decade of youth ministry experience, serving on staff at First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, Florida, Cross Church in Springdale, Arkansas, and currently at First Baptist Church of Orlando, Florida. Communicating the gospel is Chris' greatest passion, speaking with urgency and authority, because the gospel can change a teenager's life, just as it changed his. Chris and his wife, Morgan, live in Orlando, Florida.
John is originally from Camden, Arkansas, and graduated from Louisiana Tech University. After graduating, he married Amy and moved to Canada, where they served as missionaries for over six years. He graduated from the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary. John served as a Baptist Collegiate Ministry Director in Louisiana and at the University of Arkansas in Fort Smith, Associate, Pastor at FBC Lubbock, Texas, and pastor at a church in Winnipeg, Canada. John and Amy have three kids: Sadie, Jack, and Walt. John has a passion for preaching the Word of God. His life verse is Jeremiah 20:9, “But if I say, ‘I will not mention his word or speak anymore in his name,’ his word is in my heart like a fire, a fire shut up in my bones. I am weary of holding it in; indeed, I cannot.” My favorite extra-biblical quote is from Richard Baxter, “I preach as never sure to preach again and as a dying man to dying men.” John speaks to youth as he wishes someone would have spoken to him when he was their age; speaking biblical truth with passion and conviction.
Thad Stout is a master storyteller who will script a tale with purpose and intent directly to our scriptural theme. He will bring a Gospel message to children in a way that will engage them and keep them on the edge of their seats. Thad has been speaking at camps for 17 years. Thad communicates with passion, captivating his audience with both real-life and self-composed stories that keep kids laughing and engaged. His love for Christ and desire to clearly communicate the gospel of Christ crucified, buried, and risen drive a power message.
Non-Refundable Deposit (per person; applies to final cost) $75
Campers (completed 3rd grade through age 18) $269
Counselors (age 19 and up) $140
Infants/Toddlers (less than age 2) FREE
Campers (age 2 through completed 2nd grade) $140
Family Cabin (per cabin) (requires $125 non-refundable deposit; Rate is IN ADDITION to camper fees $269
PLEASE NOTE: Any changes made within one week of camp are an additional $75. If a camper is cancelled within one week, $75 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 $75. 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
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.
- 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.
- Please obtain daily temperatures for each individual in your bunkhouse. A log sheet and thermometer will be provided.
- 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!
- 5 Masks
- Rain coat
- Adventure Sandals
- Tennis Shoes
- Long Sleeve Shirts
- Sleeping Bag
- Shower shoes
- Pen or Pencil
Do Not Bring
Cell Phones Handheld Gaming Devices Alcohol Tobacco Recreational Drugs Guns Knives Fireworks