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Spring 2019 Newsletter

We have big news to announce to all our campers and their families. This news is both exciting and bittersweet, but we trust it is the Lord’s leading and it will be the beginning of an incredible new chapter in the history of Camp Infinity. [READ MORE]

In just a few short months, Ci 6.0 kicks off as we welcome our first group of campers. We’re excited to meet our 2019 campers and thought we’d start the introductions now by letting you get to know our Ci 6.0 counselors.  [READ MORE]

A huge part of Ci is our partnership with Answers in Genesis and their two themed attractions, the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter. Much of our camp takes place at the Creation Museum and our overnight camps also tour the nearby Ark Encounter. Since Ci 5.0 some things have changed at both attractions and we looked forward to experiencing these new upgrades with our campers:  [READ MORE]

The Creation Museum and Ark Encounter aren’t the only Northern Kentucky attractions to get upgrades. In previous years, Ci has taken campers to the Cincinnati Museum Center, a massive museum located in a beautiful old train station, Union Terminal, in Cincinnati. But in 2016 they closed for renovations, so we have been taking campers to the museum at Big Bone Lick State Park instead.  [READ MORE]

For each summer camp we choose a theme to structure our activities around. Each theme must be relevant in terms of STEM and have a direct tie-in to apologetics (faith-defense), biblical worldview, and what’s happening in our culture and in science. We take something that has been grossly misrepresented in our culture through false or inaccurate scientific claims and look at it through the lens of Scripture.  [READ MORE]


By Ben Torkelson  

A man's heart deviseth his way: but the LORD directeth his steps. (Proverbs 16:9)

Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. (Proverbs 3:5­–6)

As a young man, I learned these verses and believed them, but one of the great joys of living life is watching the truths we know come to life. These verses became vividly true after I moved my family from Alaska to Kentucky and started my new job as a handyman in Georgetown, KY in 2015. Shortly after beginning this job, I was driving home and received a text informing me I was laid off.  [READ MORE]

Danny R Faulkner

I began to seriously study astronomy a half-century ago. I was in my freshman year of high school. The Apollo program was nearing its climax with the soon to be landing of the Apollo 11 on the lunar surface that summer. Many other circumstances in my life were focusing my attention on the passion for astronomy that I already had. It was a heady time.  [READ MORE]


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Avery Foley

Avery Foley is a blog writer for Camp Infinity. She holds a bachelors of science in biblical studies and a masters of arts in theological studies. She’s originally from Canada but lives with her husband and young son in Kentucky where she works as a writer for a creation apologetics organization.

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Jason Goff

Jason is the social media manager for Camp Infinity. He loves helping us tell the stories of Ci through the digital mediums of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Robert Ring

RJ is a blog writer for Camp Infinity and a student at Bob Jones University majoring in engineering. He loves considering the science and technology claims of science fiction stories. He also loves reading. Throughout his life he has been a dreamer, imagining a never ending series of what ifs and maybes. From a young age, God gave him a passion for learning all he could about the world around him.

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Max Lorentz

Max Lorentz has loved science (and astronomy in particular) since childhood. He enjoys sharing it with others, especially with young people. He studied mathematics as an undergraduate and is currently completing a Ph.D. in astronomy.

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Jeremy Ervin

Dr. Jeremy Ervin is the Inaugural Dean of the School of Education at Cedarville University. With his experience in providing professional learning for K-12 teachers and his time teaching pedagogy in higher education, he recognizes how the 21st Century classroom needs to center on the engagement of the learner with enduring understandings.

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Georgia Purdom

Georgia is a most gifted author, researcher and speaker for Answers in Genesis.