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Frontier Camp partners with Psalm68five Ministries to offer Timothy Week: a wonderful week of summer camp for the fatherless at Frontier Camp!

Most of us have fathers. They teach us life skills like how to tie a tie, how to drive a car, how to succeed at that job interview, how to follow God. But what about the millions of kids whose father is absent? The statistics tell us that many of them will grow up to become drug addicts, school drop-outs, alcoholics or teen suicide stories. We believe God has a better plan.

We are thankful to be able to provide a free camp experience fatherless kids so they can hear about their Heavenly Father and His love for them. If you know of a fatherless child that would benefit from Timothy Week, you can register them here Timothy Week Application.  If you want to help us financially by sponsoring a Timothy Week camper, you can give here

See below for common questions regarding Timothy Week. If you have further questions, please contact us at [email protected].

Timothy Week Frequently Asked Questions

Who qualifies?

A: Boys and girls ages 8-15 who are growing up without a father in their lives. Their father may have passed away, been incarcerated or may have abandoned the family. Children who are currently in foster care also qualify. While our heart goes out to children of divorced parents, the Timothy Week scholarship is not specified for them, unless they have very little or no contact with their father. (Note: if your child is in a home where a divorce has occurred and financial resources are limited, please contact the camp to determine whether other camp scholarship funds may be available.)

How do I register/sign up?

A: In order to begin the registration process for your camper(s), you will need to submit an online Timothy Week Application (applications will open mid-spring). We will review your application and notify you whether or not it has been accepted. If you application is accepted, we will finalize your camper’s registration and send you information on how to set up and access your online camper parent account.

What is the cost?

A: FREE! Actually, the cost of this camp week is $475 per camper, but Psalm68five Ministries and other generous friends have partnered with Frontier Camp and graciously provided full scholarships for eligible campers to attend Timothy Week! If you’d like to become a partner, contact [email protected] to find out how you can help kids get to Timothy Week.

Does my camper need to bring spending money? If so, how much?

A: Yes, if they would like to, campers may bring spending money to use in the camp snack shop during the week. We recommend between $10-$30 per camper for the week. Money is turned in at check-in and campers make all purchases using their prepaid camp store account (cash is not allowed at camp). We can accept cash or check (made out to Frontier Camp) for spending money.

When does Timothy Week start and how does my camper get to camp?

A: Timothy Week will begin with check-in from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM at Frontier Camp on Sunday August 6, 2023. Moms/guardians are responsible for coordinating/providing transportation to and from camp for their camper(s). Directions to camp can be found here.

Is there anything for moms?

A: We love having campers here at Timothy Week! And we love moms, too! Being a mom is hard; being a single mom is even more challenging. But God is always with us! We understand the importance of relationship. Relationship with God and relationship with others.

That’s why we have a special time just for moms during Timothy Week! 1 Thessalonians 5:11 says “encourage one another and build each other up.” Our prayer is that you leave refreshed, encouraged, and empowered with tools to navigate single motherhood to help you better walk in the power you have as a mom!

So join us on Thursday before you pick up your camper! Come connect with other single moms and enjoy lunch, friendship, and fun!

When does Timothy Week end?

A: Check-out will begin at 2:30 P.M. on Thursday August 10, 2023. Moms/guardians will be able load up their campers and head home. All campers must be picked up no later than 3:30 PM on Thursday.

“A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in his holy dwelling.” ~ Psalm 68:5