The Midwest Homeschool Convention attracts families from around the region and Victory Lane Camp was on hand to share about the VLC community. The Fischer and Youngquist families helped to staff the booth and met many families who were interested in learning more about VLC.
John Stonestreet from Breakpoint spoke on “Restoring All Things” and gave Victory Lane Camp as an example of how Christ is working through everyday people to bring the kingdom of Christ to communities.
“After John mentioned Victory Lane Camp’s connection with the Centurion Program, we had a significant increase in visitors, questions, and sign ups at our booth,” expressed Brett Fischer, VLC Founder and CEO.
Fischer was a guest presenter at the conference. He presented “Finding Hope in Nopeville,” a variation on the presentation that he gave in California at the Global Access Conference.