REMARKABLE WOMEN - TRAINING CAMP

Our women's ministry is bringing you another round of the reMARKable Women's Challenge called TRAINING CAMP. The goal of Training Camp is to meet women where they are and help equip, teach and train them to experience spiritual, physical, relational and emotional growth by digging into the word and giving different resources, challenges, and opportunities to create a life fully devoted to God. Our theme this round will be FAITH over FEAR and we will be reading the book Trade Your Cares for Calm by Max Lucado (you'll need to purchase this book before kick-off).

Training Camp will run from February 17 – April 7 and is for any lady who is out of high school or older. The required kick-off meeting will be on Sunday, February 17 at 6:30PM at Grace Community Church, so mark your calendars now and plan on joining us.


Online registration will ONLY be from February 3rd through midnight February 6th


TRAINING CAMP is designed to help women find healthy patterns so that they can sustain their growth and turn it into a lifestyle. Along with weekly assignments geared toward each individual, we have some expectations for the duration of Training Camp.

  • Commit to refrain from gossiping and porn.

  • Drink no alcohol.

  • Have a Facebook profile picture that is of you and an account that is only yours.

  • We encourage you to attend a Bible-based church regularly throughout Training Camp.

You will have the opportunity to SIGN UP for a level that best fits you and your desire for
Training Camp. Please take time to look over both levels and pray about it before you register.


TRAINING CAMP: Throughout Training Camp you will be challenged in all areas. You are able to choose which levels will best challenge you in each area when assignments come out.


TRAINING CAMP EXTREME: Throughout Training Camp Extreme you will be greatly challenged in all areas. This level will be advanced for physical and spiritual fitness. You will have more (and some different) assignments. You will be grouped with other women in this level to help instill better accountability.