Wheatstone’s camps are amazing, but don’t take it from us.
Listen to the students who attend them!
Here are fourteen testimonials from students who attended the 2019 Camp at William Jessup University. Read them and see how God used Wheatstone to change students’ lives for good.
I’m never going to forget the joy of the staff here, the reality of the pain we dealt with, the intensity of community, and the work of discussion. The freedom God gave me at Wheatstone was profound.
I used to pray every night, but then it slowly faded away. After Wheatstone’s prayer times, I think I can start again. The experience is amazing.
This camp will speak to you and change you, no matter where you are in life. Before coming here, I was wishy-washy and dumb. But after just one week, I see almost everything differently. I’m more prayerful and free. I’ll never forget this community.
Wheatstone is the best camp ever! Super fun! I learned how to ask serious questions... It was just a really good growing up experience all around. Just awesome!
Here at Wheatstone is the first time I’ve ever felt that God has responded and talked with me. I arrived shallow, distant, and unable to reach God. But Wheatstone helped me, through thought and prayer, to learn to create a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Him. Now I have a sense of what He wants for me.
If you are uncertain of your faith, Wheatstone is a perfect place to ask and ponder your questions while making great friends. The atmosphere is very inviting and no question is turned away.
When I arrived, I felt empty. But this camp gave me a new desire for knowledge, beauty, and the Holy Spirit.
I’ve never heard that God forgives and loves in such a clear way. Wheatstone has given me the tools to pray, and also to understand that, whatever I do, God can forgive and love even me.
Here, I got a new vision of being courageous through awesome discussions with my group, and I grew in maturity.
Wheatstone was a very fun experience. I saw such beauty and community, whether it was when we were singing hymns at the concert, or when we were in silent prayer. In prayer, I felt connected with everyone, yet alone with God. I learned so much about how to grow my relationship with him. It’s such a fun place to be!
This camp was so much more than I expected. It gave me new hope and desire to be like Christ. I was anxious and stressed, but here I met people who love each other, and who were willing to listen to me. I loved how were are not treated as children. I want to become like the adults who I met here.