BOARD OF TRUSTEES
“I’m passionate about ICYC because of these kids and the future of the Lord’s church.”
“ICYC is a place where I and many others see the love of god and the love of His Son. I am proud to be a part of this great to make sure future campers continue to experience the same thing in this camp for many years to come!”
“I love ICYC because of my grandchildren and all of their friends and influencing them for Christ at a young age.”
“I didn’t grow up coming to camp, and, once I came, I realized I missed out on 40 years of awesomeness! I have seen first-hand the impact that youth camp has for the cause of Christ. This is one of the closest things to what heaven will be like that I can think of.”
“I grew up going to ICYC every summer, and those memories hold a special place in my heart. I take great joy in seeing kids making those same memories that will last a lifetime.”
“I was baptized here, have been prayed for here, and have taught Christ to many others here. I’ve learned beautiful songs here and made life-long friendships. I met my wife, Emily, here, and we’ve raised our own two children Anna Laura and Drew, coming here every year abd getting closer to God and His church.”
“To me, ICYC is the closest thing we can be be to heaven on this side of eternity.”
“I love ICYC because of our kids connecting to God.”
“ICYC continues to be that special place where young people (and older people) come together for training, encouragement, teaching, and great fun: growing in wisdom, stature and favor with God and favor with me… and the moneys are still pink!”
“I have never felt closer to heaven and to other Christians than when I am on the ICYC grounds. I believe the more people spend time at this great place, the more people will get to heaven.”
“I’m passionate about ICYC for the opportunity to have an influence in the lives of young people that can extend into eternity.”
“I’m passionate about ICYC because it’s the best tool to spread the Gospel in Walker county.”
WEEK 1 - PRETEEN
WEEK 2 - AP
KYLE GILPIN & CHANCE HICKS
DAVID COURINGTON & PAUL KELSEY
CLARK SIMS &
ALAN & COLIN MIDDLETON
Burt has been the Indian Creek administrator since 2007. He works year-round to make sure the camp is operational and improving.
“I never went to a camp as a child and frankly thought camp was a waste of time, spiritually speaking. I could not have been more wrong.
Since coming to ICYC, I’ve been a part of well over 150 camp sessions, even a few held in Tanzania, East Africa. Time at camp has the potential to change a life. Camp is about living as a Christian from the time you wake up until you lay your exhausted head on the pillow in your cabin. Whether you’re meeting for morning devo or playing ultimate frisbee on the ballfield or crying with a friend that is hurting, it’s an opportunity to focus and live and serve like Christ. There is no other place like camp!”
From Birmingham: From I-22, take the Parrrish-Cordova, exit toward Parrish. At the 4-way stop, continue straight (Jack’s will be on your right). Proceed about 2 miles and turn left onto Old Tuscaloosa Road. About 3/4 mile, turn left onto the Old Parrish-Oakman Road. About 200 yards, turn right onto Seagco Road (it’s the first right). About 1 mile turn right onto Pleasantfield Road. Turn left and proceed 6 miles to ICYC. It will be on your left.
From Jasper: Take Highway 269 South across I-22. At the 4-way stop in Parrish, turn right (Jack’s will be on your right). Proceed about 2 miles and turn left onto Old Tuscaloosa Road. About 3/4 mile, turn left onto the Old Parrish-Oakman Road. About 200 yards, turn right onto Seagco Road (it’s the first right). About 1 mile turn right onto Pleasantfield Road. Turn left and proceed 6 miles to ICYC. It will be on your left.
From Tuscaloosa: Take Highway 69 North. About 3 1/2 miles after entering Walker County, watch for the Indian Creek Youth Camp sign and turn right onto Liberty Hill Road. Liberty Hill will become Pleasantfield. ICYC is about 3 miles from Hwy 69 and is on the right.