This Summer, KIVU is Offering a 7 day Man Camp. MEN ONLY.
We recognize, in a world where young men are trying to figure out who they are and how to be a man in 2014, there needs to be a place in the world where Men can be Men.
So many of our families call and ask:
1. Is it ok that my son is addicted to Video Games?
Modern Warfare, Zombies, and Battle Games are a Billion Dollar Business. Students are staying up late, and foregoing those old imaginary activities they can have by just going outside. Adventure is found on a television, not in real life. And there's something to be said for this problematic trend.
At the same token, Video Games are the only place young men have control over their destiny. They have to sit in class, dress up for church, and continue to conform to this idea that everyone else can control them. So as much as video games seem to be problems, it's a natural response for a man to have a controller in his hand to control his own destiny.
At KIVU, we want to re-introduce what it means to be a MAN in today's culture, and show men how they can think beyond the video gaming culture to shape their own destiny.
2. Is there any place where we can help our son understand how to develop character?
Integrity in school and the workplace are fading trends. In the days of old, men had older men who worked with them on developing necessary components of character. They taught them how to treat a lady, how to work and finish a job, and how to create adventures using the tools God gave them.
Our core curriculum is simple as we cry from the mountaintop, "THANK YOU LORD FOR MAKING ME A MAN." We're going to help give young men apprentice relationships with older men who are being successful in their own sphere of influence. In other words, they will have heroes to look up to when they come raft, bike, hike, and climb the big mountains here in Colorado.
3. Is it Safe?
This is exactly the question no man wants to hear, but every mother needs assurance. At KIVU we want to train men to experience the adventure of life, the fullness of character, and the importance of being humble to serve God. Our highly trained staff take into account the safety of all the young men at our facility, and it is our goal to return young men home better than when they came.
If you have a son, a nephew, or even a group of men who want to come experience MAN CAMP II, please visit, www.campkivu.com, hit the registration button, and come join us for a week where Men can be Men.