"There are people out there who do care and do want to help. There is hope." Taby W.
"It’s an atmosphere of acceptance and love and fun and encouragement." Amy M.
“I loved finding fellowship and building community” Kristina C.
Gathering together is a key element in the Victory Lane Camp community. Stop by one of our community events.
Connection without Distraction: Women’s Refresh Weekend
Posted on: June 11, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
Melissa Youngquist and Amy Muegge spend most of their time focused on their families and their jobs. There’s little time for refreshment and connection with other women. Caught in the day-to-day activities and needs of others, they might lose sight of their own need for renewal and connection.full story
Mixing Generations Leads To Rich Experience
Posted on: May 22, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
As eight females of varying ages and life stages began to move into their cabin at Bradford Woods last summer, there was undoubtedly some apprehension about how this would work. What would they have in common? Who would be in the neighboring bunk? Could the variety of ages and personalities cause stress during the Victory Lane summer session?full story
Songs of Celebration: Mike Brown’s Campfire Songs
Posted on: April 19, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
When Dawn Paulk attended a new church with her son Trevor, diagnosed with autism, she didn’t expect rejection. But the other church attendees were uncomfortable with Trevor’s free style of worship and asked them to leave. The experience caused Dawn to feel very hurt and frustrated.full story
‘Untypical Teenager’: How Kenley Developed Life-Altering Friendships
Posted on: March 14, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
On the surface, Kenley Brown seems like a typical teenager. She’s active in church and school activities, and her younger siblings test her patience occasionally. But Kenley has experienced meaningful connections through Victory Lane that make her an “untypical” teenager.full story
No Sidelines For Alex
Posted on: February 14, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
When nine-year-old Alex Mills imagined attending summer camp, he did not picture himself watching the camp activities from the sidelines. His parents, Jamie and Jennifer, were determined to find a camp which would allow Alex to fully participate, even though he’s bound to a wheelchair.full story
Camp Leads to Bonding Between Mom and Son
Posted on: January 28, 2019 By: Amber Estelle
When Zach and Natasha Hamilton met their son Josiah in a foster care interview, they fell in love. They also recognized there would be challenges ahead as they fostered and adopted him: Josiah was born premature and has cerebral palsy. He spent his first year of life in the hospital and struggled connecting with his caregivers.full story