Come be a carpenter for Jesus at the Peanut Kids Camp! Do you think you are too young to build a truss? With the help of your teammates and leaders, your team will learn how to put trusses together that will be used for covered sidewalks around the Teen Missions property. The wood will already be cut out for you, so all you have to do is place it in a jig (pattern) and nail the truss together. Not only will you learn construction skills, but you will also be trained on how to share the Gospel using music, puppets and the Wordless Book. You will then have an opportunity to do a presentation when you visit a local nursing home. Go home knowing that you worked hard and served God this summer.
Contributions Equal To $279 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee
Register Online Now! (Note: Teams are filled on a first come, first served basis.)
Peanut General Information
You need to be 7, 8 or 9 years old to be part of the Peanut program. You must turn 7 before the prog
ram ends. You cannot turn 10 before or during the program.
Length of Involvement
Saturday, June 15 – Saturday, June 22. If coming by plane, you must arrive between 8 AM and 5 PM on Friday, June 14. Teen Missions will pick up team members at the Orlando International Airport. If driving, you must arrive between 8 and 10 AM on Saturday, June 15. The program ends after Commissioning on Saturday, June 22. Parents should plan to pick their children up at that time. Children flying home from Orlando International Airport (airport code MCO) should depart after 9 AM and before 12 NOON on Sunday, June 23.
The Peanut program is a blend of training and actual mission experiences. Peanuts will learn how to share the Gospel, and they will go and do just that. Peanuts on work teams will learn how to do the work and then they will do it. Some elements of the training, such as music, puppets and the Obstacle Course—just their size with a rope swing, tunnel and wall—continue throughout the Peanut program. Peanuts will be taught about the customs and people of other lands by nationals from countries around the world, who will share about their country while dressed in national costume. There will be daily devotions, prayer, Bible memory and Scripture lessons on topics such as Neatness and Order, Talking Back, Authority, Stealing and Lying. During evening rallies under the Peanut Big Top, each team shares their cheers and singing, Miss Piggy gives cleanliness awards and the Obstacle Course results are announced. A missionary speaker will present the evening message.
Each team stays in their own tent site, two or three Peanuts to a tent. The sites are close to the bathrooms and the Peanut Big Top Tent. Peanut teams eat together. The day begins around 6 AM and the rallies end at 8 PM. At least one fun craft or activity is planned each day; these activities include swimming in the pool, making hand puppets, coloring, block printing T-shirts (the same way they’ve done in India for centuries) and using Wordless Books and Bracelets to practice evangelism.
Provided by Teen Missions
Provided for each Peanut is a canteen, food tray, bowl, cup, rain poncho, ID badge, activity pack and hard hat (if on a work team). A list of what each Peanut should bring will be sent before the Peanut Boot Camp. Each Peanut will receive a team picture and a DVD of their experience.