2019 Boot Camp Schedules

Pray for and follow your favorite team through the busy Boot Camp schedule!

2019 Teen Boot Camp Schedule

2019 Preteen Schedule

Remember that evening rallies are webcast live each evening from Big Top #1 beginning at 7:00 EST. Rally webcasting runs from Saturday, June 15th through Saturday, June 29th.  (Note: Preteens are scheduled to join the teens in Big Top #1 for the Rally.)

Teen Boot Camp Schedule


  1. The itinerary for candlelight service this year is not clear.

    Will i have the opportunity to talk with my child privately before she decides whether or not to light her candle?

    It would be most important that the decision is hers, and that she feels no pressure mIaking this decision in front of such a large crowd.

    Thank you

    1. Sara, Parents may come in after lunch. However, you need to bring your own supper (leave it in a cooler in the car). The teams first priority is packing, but you are welcomed to watch. Once the team is packed out and cleaned up, you may visit. You cannot take her away from the team, but there should not be a problem with talking to her privately. Please wear long pants, closed-toe shoes, shirts with sleeves, bring water and mosquito repellent. We have a clear bag and no weapon policy. Please leave your cell phone in the car.

  2. You used to post a Boot Camp map. Will you be doing that again? It was very useful to give the kids an idea of where everything is before they get there. Thanks!

  3. What an incredible Tent Rally at the Commissioning service last evening, July 3, 2016! It had been ten years since I had been on TMI property and been at the last Commissioning service singing sweet worship songs, This Little Light of Mine and watching hundreds of team members with excitement in their eyes and lit candles in their hands step out and approach the buses that would take them to the airport and ultimate missions destination. As I saw my dear friend (Linda Evans! 🙂 ) of 21 years lead yet another summer team to another remote location in Africa, I was amazed at how God brought me full circle…when I was a naive 16 year old and headed to Zywiecz, Poland in 1985 in the midst of a communist Cold War. The unity of our team, how God used our atheists interpreters to preach the gospel and soften their hards through puppets, song, hard work and genuine authentic Christian love. And it still happens today…and now my young teenage son is eager to take part of The Great Commission with TMI. It just doesn’t change those we serve, but those who’ve come to serve…I will forever be changed by that one summer of “sacrifice”…and I pray those we saw last night will experience the same. TMI will always be one of my mission first loves.

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