Black Mountain Leadership Camp
July 6-10, 2020
Transforming leaders, through inspiration and perspiration, to impact and influence their campuses and communities for Christ.
What is leadership? Am I a leader? How can I lead in my current situation? If you’ve asked these and other questions like them, leadership camp is for YOU! If you are a current or potential FCA leader, a captain on your team, or an adult volunteer with a desire to grow, we want to see you on the mountain in July! Athletic competition, powerful worship, and small groups led by college athletes are just a few of the highlights. Plus, you’ll leave having established life-long friendships with other leaders from across our region!
Graduating from high school this year? Not to worry, there’s still a place for you at Leadership Camp with our GAP Program Track! Grow in your faith as you prepare for life after high school, learn what it means to be a Huddle Leader, get an inside look into Leadership Camp, as well as help with program elements of camp. Spots are limited, register soon!
Jonathan is the worship leader at King’s Cross, a multi-ethnic church plant in Greensboro, NC. He is currently working towards his M.Div at SEBTS and previously graduated with a degree in Computer Science from NC A&T. He is originally from Southern California and has lived in NC for the past 7 years. He loves music and every way that he can use it to serve the local church.
Known as The Ambassador, William “Duce” Branch is currently a professor at the College at Southeastern in Wake Forest, NC. Before his time at Southeastern, Duce co-planted and co-pastored an urban church in North Philadelphia. He is also a Christian hip-hop artist who has recorded independently and as a founding member of The Cross Movement. Duce loves to preach Christ. Whether through careful Biblical exposition or passionate gospel-driven rap, Duce aims to live out his belief in the sufficiency and primacy of God’s Word. He is married to Michelle Branch and they have five children