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The Stand - Standing in Awe of Him

Like Luther found a stand and took a stance we refer to standing by the cross and stand firm in Christ with this theme. At the same time the definite form of stands is the latest book title by Svend Brinkmann.
The subtitle “Standing in Awe of Him” is to point clearly to Christ who is the center we refer to and to signal international conference.

Påskelejr (Easter camp)

Påskelejr is intimacy with other students – old as well as new friends. The camp is for you that are in gymnasium, doing further education or in between. It is five days with shared meetings, teaching, a wide choice of additional choices, café settings, concerts and a lot more.

PREACHERS
Christian Rasmussen
Christian Rasmussen
Education: Theology. Employment: Secretary-general in KFS, lives in Løsning. Civil Status: Married to Lisbeth and has 4 children
Lindsay Brown
Lindsay Brown
Education: MA in European history (Oxford) - also studied theology at Free faculty of theology in Paris under Prof Henri Blocher. Employment: International Director, Lausanne Movement for World Evangelisation 2008-16. Evangelist at large, IFES<br /> former General Secretary IFES 1991-2007. Civil Status: Married to Ann. 1 son, Owen, who leads the student ministry in Wales
Lisa Rom Boye
Lisa Rom Boye
Education: Cand. mag. in history and social studies. Employment: KFS-secretary in Eastern Denmark. Owner of a cooperative housing in Copenhagen, a Citroen C1, and co-renting an Island with house in Farum Lake.
Jonathan Lamb
Jonathan Lamb
Education: Theology. Employment: Bible teacher and writer. Primarily with Keswick Ministries. Civil Status: Married to Margaret and with several children and grandchildren<br />
Henrik Nymann Eriksen
Henrik Nymann Eriksen
Education: Master in Theology. Employment: Superintendent at Luthersk Missions Højskole. Civil Status: Married to Helen og father of three young men. Author of several books, previously secretary-general in KFS.
Sarah Breuel
Sarah Breuel
Sarah Breuel is a IFES staff worker in Rome, Italy. She has a Business undergrad and a Theology Masters. She is married to René and they have two adorable boys.
Uncover

Unover him with your fellow students
Most people are used to hear about Jesus at Christmas, baptisms, and funerals. But what do you think happens, when people look into these matters on their own? What do you think, it can lead to, if your friends were given the opportunity to read in one of the biographies about Jesus, the Gospel of John, and examine who he was, what he said, and what he did?

At Easter camp this year we will have an afternoon session for all participants, where we launch and tests Uncover – Compare it Yourself, which is our new material to the open Bible study.

Sarah Breuel from IFES in Rome will share her experience with open Bible study – what may happen if you start to read about Jesus with you friends. Hans-Christian Vindum Pettersson, KFS-Secretary from Aarhus, will introduce the Uncover material and help us put it to use. Young members of KFS from all over the country will explain how they got started, what they did, and what happened when they did Uncover groups along with their fellow-students.

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PROGRAM
Saturday

15:00 Arrival, payment and accomodation
16:00 Opening-ceremony: Alt i Ham v/ Christian Rasmussen
17.30 Packed lunch (bring it yourself)
18.30 Social games and opening of cafes
19:30 Evening Meeting: Believe in Him w/ Lindsay Brown
21:30 Evening Coffee and snacks from the cafes and the ‘reflektorium’
00:00 Cafes closing
00:00 Silence in the Sleeping areas

Sunday

08:00 Voluntary Morning Prayers in the ‘reflektorium’
08:30-09:00 Breakfast
09:00 Cleaning
09:30 Bible Session w. Table talks: His Righteousness w/ Jonathan Lamb (Stud + Int.) and Henrik Nymann Eriksen (Gym)
12:15-13:00 Lunch
13:30 Electives
15:00 Coffee
15:30 KFS General Assembly
17:00 Tracks
18:00-18:45 Dinner
19:15 Service (Liturg Christian Rasmussen): His Charity and Love w/ Lindsay Brown
21:00 Evening Coffee and snacks from the cafes and the ‘reflektorium’
00:00 Cafes closing
00:00 Silence in the Sleeping areas

Monday

08:00 Voluntary Morning Prayers in the ‘reflektorium’
08:30-09:00 Breakfast
09:00 Cleaning
09:30 Bible session w Table talks: His Words w/ Jonathan Lamb (Stud + Int.) and Henrik Nymann Eriksen (Gym)
12:15-13:00 Lunch
13:30-16:00 Uncover – uncover him with your fellow students
16:15 The LTC café – come and hear about LTC
16:45 Tracks
18:00-18:45 Dinner
19:15 Evening Meeting: With Him in the Everyday w/ Lisa Rom Boye
21:00 Evening Coffee and snacks from the cafes and the ‘reflektorium’
00:00 Cafes closing
00:00 Silence in the Sleeping areas

Tuesday

08:00 Voluntary Morning Prayers in the ‘reflektorium’
08:30-09:00 Breakfast
09:00 Cleaning
09:30 Bible sessions w. Table talks: His Cross w/ Jonathan Lamb (Stud + Int.) and Henrik Nymann Eriksen (Gym)
12:15-13:00 Lunch
13:30 Electives
15:00 Coffee
15:30 Table Talk w. Rask
16:30 Tracks
18:00-18:45 Dinner
19:15 Evening Meeting: He is God w/ Lindsay Brown
21:00 Evening Coffee
21:30 Worship Evening
23:00 Snacks from the cafes and the ‘reflektorium’
00:00 Silence in the Sleeping areas
01:00 Cafes closing

Wenesday

08:30 Voluntary Morning Prayers in the ‘reflektorium’
09:00-09:45 Brunch
09:45 Morning Worshipping
10:15 Cleaning
11:15 Final Meeting: Showered in Him w/ Christian Rasmussen
12:30 Thank you for a great Easter Camp 2017!

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PRACTIAL
PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Price: 650 kr.
The price for the whole camp is 650 kr. and is a beneficial price, which pays for the entire camp from saturday to wednesday. The daily price is 245 kr. including accommodation. A single night costs 65 kr. including evening coffee.

The last day to sign up and still get a discount is the 26th of March. The last day for pre-signup is the 2nd of April. After this date, you can sign up by sending an e-mail to Maria Laursen (maria@kfs.dk) or by taking contact to the cashier at the camp (there will be a table at the entrance). Signup after March 26th costs 10 kr. extra per day of participating. After April 2nd the fee is 20 kr. per day. These fees are due to the inconvenience of the extra administration.

When you arrive to the camp, you must register at the cashier table at the entrance to Skanderborg Odder Educational Center and receive a participant bracelet. It is possible to pay by card at the camp, but we encourage you to pay from home in order to get into the fast line. The following cards can be used: Dankort, MasterCard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron, V PAY. You can also pay with MobilePay.

If you choose not to participate at the camp after signing up and it is after March 26th, you will still have to pay half of your ticket, since the food has already been ordered.

10 % discount at Easter Camp, Disciple Conference, and Student Conference
Democratic influence in your local community
Ability to vote at the election of the board at the annual general meeting on sunday the 9th of April 2017.
FREE printet version of the magazine ‘Til Tro’ with the mail
Special membership offers and news

If you feel like helping others get to camp, you can pay a little extra when signing up. If you wish to seek financial support to help paying for your ticket because you do not have the money to participate, then write a mail to Maria Laursen (maria@kfs.dk). Your request will be confidential.
If you have questions regarding signup you are very welcome to write a mail to kfs@kfs.dk.

The camp buildings are located at Højvangens Torv 2, 8660 Skanderborg. The camp is taking place at Skanderborg-Odder Educational Center (dinner, cafes and seminars), Niels Ebbesens School (sleeping) as well as at the Skanderborg Gymnasiums hall (meetings).

There are several good opportunities for transport to Skanderborg, here among:
www.gomore.dk; share a car with a friend or a stranger all over Denmark
www.dsb.dk; if you buy it yearly, you can get very cheap tickets, for instance the so called ‘orange tickets’. If you arrive to Skanderborg by train, it takes about 20 minutes to walk from the station to the camp.

You can bring your own mattress or sleeping pads to camp, but you can also rent a mattress for only 20 kr., if you just write it at the signup. Since we do not have enough mattresses for everyone, you must be quick. If there are no more mattresses, it is not possible to click the box at the signup. Nb. If you rent a mattress, remember to bring sheets!

Bible
Sleepover stuff such as sleeping bag, sheets to the ordered mattress or sleeping pad
Money to donations and to buying books
Lunch for saturday evening
Sports clothing
A small bag or big pockets to valuables, so that they are never left behind at the dormitory. Theft does happen, so be sure to only bring your most necessary valuables to camp. It will be possible to get your computer locked up, if you choose to bring it.

During the camp, forgotten items can be handed in at the teacher’s room, which can be found to the left of the entrance to the Skanderborg-Odder Educational Center. After the camp, forgotten items will be saved at the KFS-secretariat for a month and thereafter given to charity. If you have lost something at the camp, you must write to kfs@kfs.dk.

If any emergencies occurs, the following numbers can be called all hours of the day: 3074 9697 / 3074 9858. Alternatively, you can contact camp leader Lars Bjerregaard at his phone number: 2521 8866.