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Winter Camp at Victory Ranch

“Unwanted” was the theme of the fun-filled three-day Winter Camp at Victory Ranch, Moreno Valley, California. A total of 57 middle and high school students participated.

Adam Espinoza, pastor of Grace Baptist Church, El Centro, California, spoke on the unwanted Savior, from His birth to crucifixion.

Winter Camp took place two days after Christmas, while schools were on break, to allow college students who were home for the holidays to be involved as staff members.

The camp staff praises God that by the end of Winter Camp, two-thirds of the campers had committed to living for the Lord.

Scheduled for the month of July, Victory Ranch’s Summer Camp theme will be “Le’go and Let God.”

Victory Ranch is a 137-acre property located in Southern California’s Riverside County and is a ministry of the Regular Baptist Churches of Southern California. Originally Camp Victory in 1956, Victory Ranch has been operating at this location for 66 years. The 225-bed facility hosts a staff training week and four weeks of summer camp, men’s and ladies’ retreats in the fall and spring, and a family fun day, as well as hosting the annual state meetings for the Association of Regular Baptist Churches of Southern California.