By Eva Wilson
Campers at Super Summer 2022 learned how to find truth and make it “Evident” in their lives.

“Evident,” based on 2 Timothy 4:2-5, was the theme for Super Summer 2022.

Each day of Super Summer started with quiet times. Campers learned how to make studying the Bible a daily habit so they could continue it when they got home.

Camp pastors Andy Addis and Ryan Booth helped campers learn how to study the Bible. They focused on “Reading It Right” developed by Addis. Learn more at

Camp pastor Dave Atherton helped campers learn how to share their faith as seen in I Timothy 4:5 — “Do the work of evangelist.”

Atherton focused on the woman at the well in John 4. She had made many poor life choices and was considered an outcast. But after her encounter with Jesus, she ran into town to tell others. Jesus stayed several days and many people were saved.

“An evangelist is someone who has been touched by God and tells other people about it,” Atherton said. “All you have to do is tell about what God has done in your life and you are an evangelist.

In other activity, high school seniors and recent graduates had the opportunity to learn about KNCSB collegiate ministries. A pizza supper was held every Tuesday night to help these campers learn how they can get involved when they get to college.

Incoming college freshmen were urged to attend The Fall Conference Sept. 23-25 at Webster Conference Center. The conference is for college students and young career adults. Find more information at

Super Summer campers also learned about a missions opportunity in 2023. KNCSB will be partnering with iGoGlobal to send a mission team to New York City in June 2023. Learn more at

This trip will offer training to help participants share the gospel with people from all over the world in New York City. For more information, contact Haley Magruder at KNCSB —

Upcoming KNCSB youth events are:

  • Super Winter — Jan. 13-15, 2023, at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kan. Watch for registration information this fall at
  • Super Summer 2023 — June 26-Aug. 4 at Webster Conference Center