Where Does Intensity Take Place?

Intensity youth camp takes place every July at the Heart of Texas Baptist Encampment on the Lake in Brownwood, Texas. For more details about their facilities check out their website www.heartoftexascamp.com.

What Are The Dates For Intensity 2023?

Intensity 2023 Registration and Check-In opens at 1:00pm on Monday, July 10 and we dismiss the following Friday, July 14 at 11:30am.

Who Are The Camp Pastor & Worship Band?

Information Coming Soon!

What Happens At Meltdown?

Meltdown is our Intensity Late Night activity, Its a chance to unwind after a long day and simply have some fun with your students. Two nights we will play games, have chances to win prizes, and enjoy unique themes and the third night will be a speciality act.

What Is Splashdown?

Splashdown is what we call our morning worship services. These services are a time for getting energized and ready for the day with corporate worship, prayer and a message that reinforces the biblical truths for that day.

What Is The Mission Tract?

Led by our resident Outreach Pastor, our mission tract takes place during free time and provide training and a chance for some hands on ministry in the community of Brownwood. We put the kindness of our God on display in this community through a variety of fun and interesting projects, and no prior experience is required other than attend a short orientation and begin serving. While completely optional this is a great way to discover new ways to love and serve your community in practical, tangible ways!

What Free Time Activities Are Available?

During the afternoon you and your students have an opportunity to hang out and build relationships. Whether you decide to enjoy an ice cold beverage from concessions or choose to do something active there is something for everyone. From a ropes course with a zip line, lake front water-sports, disc golf, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, horseshoes, soccer, ping pong, gaga-ball, and so much more!

What Are D-Teams?

At Intensity, students are divided into small groups called D-Teams for recreation and Bible study. These special teams are based on the grade they recently completed and provide the opportunity for your students to meet and learn alongside students from others churches from their communities and even from all over the state. Recreation is facilitated between multiple D-Teams in the same age ranges by members of our trained camp staff, who also lead the Bible studies. Each activity serves a specific purpose and is debriefed so students can make application in their lives.