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Nineteen youth from the Simpson County area are attending Super Summer with First Baptist Church Magee. The group departed Monday morning for a week of spiritual challenges and fun. Super Summer is a weekly camp held at Mississippi College.
At Super Summer, students are divided into different color “schools” for Bible study, worship and ministry. Each school is then divided into teams, which are led by team leaders.
Students must be entering into 9th grade to participate, and first-year 9th graders make up the Red School.
Students who have participated in Red School join the Blue School for their 2nd year.
Third-year students make up the Yellow School.
After Yellow School, fourth-year students find themselves in the Green School.
Students who have participated in Super Summer for five years make up the Purple School, which is the final year of participation for high school graduates before they move on to serve as team leaders.
Students who did not attend Super Summer as incoming freshmen or who missed a year along the way, join other schools like Orange, Silver, or Brown, which Cooper Carrico will be part of this year with FBC Student Minister Nolan Bishop serving as a leader of the school.
Super Summer will be held Monday – Friday at Mississippi College in Clinton and will feature worship led by Stephen Miller of San Antonio, TX. The speaker this week is Robert Mullins, pastor of Crossroads Community Church in Elmore, AL. Mullins participated as a student in the very first Mississippi Super Summer camp.
For more information about Super Summer, visit MSSuperSummer.com.