Project Forty uses wilderness adventures to provide unforgettable experiences that reveal the character of God and provide biblical discipleship for teens and young adults. Families, students and youth leaders alike will be challenged spiritually, emotionally, and relationally as they learn new skills and wander outside their comfort zones. It is believed that solid relationships will be established and strengthened—impacting families, communities and ultimately, the world for the Kingdom of God.
It’s Time To Close The Adventure Gap… A CALL FOR GUIDES IN FLINT:
Rock Climbing and Rappelling Training… one hour from home!!!
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I learned about necessity and the few things that we actually need in our daily lives compared to what the world says we need… God really showed me how what we think we need is normally just a distraction from what we truly need.
Sam O'Berry, Expedition Student
I have made lifetime friendships with the people that were my age on the trip and also with the leaders of the trip. I know that in the end I will always have some people that I will share that memory with and can always reconnect with.
Ryan Garrison, AID Student
Most of the time we are pretty good at hiding these faults and playing up our good qualities. This trip gives you an opportunity not only to take a good look at yourself but also let others see you for what you are and be accountable to them for growth.
Courtney Erickson, AID Student
Spending time with God out in the wilderness cannot be compared to time spent with God surrounded by man-made distractions. It was a great time to focus and have a time away from the busy world.
Ryan Williams, AID Student
The BC Expedition stretched Collin further than he thought he’d go and gave him a huge sense of accomplishment. It helped his dedication and obedience to the Lord as well. He’s more mindful about listening to God’s leading and it strengthened him in every way.