The Dare to Be a Daniel Experience Kit
Each kit contains a Leader's Guide, five Field Manuals for the campers, which double as devotionals for camp, 10 "Steps to Peace with God" folding tracts and one student completion kit with a set of dog tags. Also included is a DVD with powerful vignettes and illustrations. As a part of the camp experience, the BGEA team will send you personalized Team Member cards and dog tag sets for each of your graduates. You can even present them to your campers at your closing ceremony!
Special pricing is available for larger quantities of Field Manuals. For less than $5 per camper, each can be personally connected to the Dare to Be a Daniel Experience.
Using Daniel's story, the series focuses on five key themes:
Session 1—Dare To Be DIFFERENTDaniel purposed to obey God (Daniel 1:1–21).
Your campers will get a glimpse of what God can do using a young person who is surrendered to Him and determined to follow His ways rather than the world's ways.
Session 2—Dare To Be DISCIPLINEDDaniel prayed and studied God's Word (Daniel 2:1–48).
Campers will see how the powerful impact Daniel had on his world, even as a youth, was the result of his personal relationship with God. Because Daniel was devoted to prayer and God's Word, he understood God's purposes and was prepared to take a stand for God in an ungodly environment.
Session 3—Dare To Be DISCERNINGDaniel picked godly friends (Daniel 3:1–30).
Daniel's friends—Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego—had already gained success and influence. But they weren't willing to compromise their commitment just to preserve their position. With their lives on the line, they refused to cave in to pressures from people and society. As a result, they had the kind of impact on their world that many of us only dream about.
Session 4—Dare To Be His DISCIPLEDaniel pointed to God (Daniel 6:10–28).
Following Christ and influencing others for Him requires an authentic, active faith expressed through self-sacrifice, humble service, and uncompromising character. By considering Daniel's behavior in the face of life-threatening opposition, students will see how godly boldness and selfless humility can work together to powerfully point people to Christ.
Session 5—Dare To Be a WITNESS(Mark 16:15; 1 Peter 3:15)
Campers will review some key principles from the entire course and put together all the pieces of the Gospel presentation. By this session, the hope is that your students believe the message of Jesus is news so good they can't keep it to themselves.