"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 or make plans now to attend a 2018 camp.
Cornerstone Camp Session Brings Families Together
Posted on: August 14, 2018 By: Christy Ragle
Connect. Camp. Community. These three words define Victory Lane Camp, and the VLC summer session at Cornerstone demonstrated this focus. From a dance party to the campfire songs, families came together to grow into a long-lasting community.full story
Distance Doesn’t Deter This Family
Posted on: August 7, 2018 By: Christy Ragle
Dawn knew that she was supposed to take her family to Victory Lane Camp. She looked all through the internet to find a camp suited for her son Trevor. VLC summer camp sessions looked like an opportunity for her family to be together and grow as a family.full story
Building Confidence Through Camp Connections
Posted on: July 17, 2018 By: Christy Ragle
Howard and Jennifer Fischer didn’t know exactly what to expect when they attended their first VLC summer session with their son Gabriel in 2016. This year, they found new challenges with their son Andrew added into the mix, but the entire camp experience exceeded their expectations.full story
Obstacles Don’t Stand in the Way of Bradford Woods Camp
Posted on: June 22, 2018 By: Christy Ragle
The photos and videos tell the story: the Victory Lane Camp summer session at Bradford Woods was amazing. From challenging climbs on the ropes course to laugh-inducing skits around the campfire, families who attended the camp were inspired and energized.full story
Answering the Call to Intern
Posted on: May 21, 2018 By: Amber Estelle
Carlie Johnson didn’t have plans of getting an internship this summer. While finishing her junior year at Ball State University, Carlie felt God lay it on her heart to go into youth ministry. Not sure exactly what that might look like for her, she decided to wait and see what would happen. That’s when Victory Lane Camp’s Assistant Director, Tiffanny Youngquist, contacted her about interning with VLC.full story
Exceeding Expectations and New Camp Experiences
Posted on: May 10, 2018 By: Amber Estelle
For Cyndi and Kai Johnson, the thought of raising a child with Down syndrome seemed overwhelming. When their daughter Rebecca was born, however, Down syndrome “turned out to be the easy part,” Cyndi described. Rebecca was later diagnosed with a genetic syndrome that creates a variety of health challenges which has required a dedicated medical team, multiple medications a day, and several surgeries.full story