Live God Loud Ministries

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What is LifeTraks?

LifeTraks School of Leadership is now in its seventh season. Get ready for a journey of self-discovery that will help you fulfill God’s ultimate design for your life.

When is LifeTraks?

LifeTraks is a two-year summer program offered each July. LifeTraks School of Leadership, Season 8, will be held July 1-24, 2020. Applications will be accepted starting January 15, 2020.

Who should attend LifeTraks?

Are you seeking God’s purpose for your life? LifeTraks School of Leadership is designed to help young Christian leaders, ages 16-19, to develop their life calling.

How does LifeTraks help me find my life purpose?

Foundational Values | Personal Mission | Unique Design. LifeTraks core curriculum helps students experience how their

values, mission, and unique design create life purpose.

Tell me more!

$500 (due July 1)

Week 1
Fortville Church of the Nazarene
701 S Maple St
Fortville, IN

Arrive by 5:30 PM for orientation. Transportation is available from Circleville, OH and will depart at 2 PM.

Week 2
Crossroads Church Circleville
5679 Tarlton Rd. 
Circleville, OH 43113 

Week 3                                                                         Week 4      
Cornerstone Church                                                      Appalachian Youth Camp
2717 South Arlington Rd                                               13763 Cumberland Hwy
Akron, OH 44312                                                          Orrstown, PA 17244

LifeTraks will conclude July 26 after the closing afternoon session. Students will prearrange their travel plans home with their parents prior to the final week.

Mon-Fri is filled with chapel, three morning interactive classes held at the host church or prearranged locations. These classes are taught by leaders from across the country in professional fields of ministry, business, government, etc. All meals are served at host churches and host homes (2 or more students are assigned to host homes). Afternoons include journaling and community projects.  After dinner, students are in involved in prep work in music, skits and youth camp prep work. Each evening concludes with devotions and then returning to host homes.

Saturdays are fun-filled days that include special group activities like outdoor dramas, shopping at the mall, music concerts, etc. Sundays are spent in worship at the host campus and traveling to the next campus in the afternoon.

All programming costs are included except special snack stops on the road, souvenirs, medical, etc.
A liability waiver, consent for medical treatment, and media release form will need to be completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian. Student may sign for themselves if 18 and older.