Overflow: Take the Stage

January 19-21, 2019

Cost: $135 per person

Registration deadline: January 3rd

Packing List

  • Bedding or sleeping bag for twin-size bed
  • Pillow
  • Towel
  • Personal toiletries
  • Warm clothing
  • Bible
  • Store money

Basic Schedule

Saturday, January 19th

9:30-10:30 am Registration

11:00 am Opening Worship

12:00 pm Lunch

Sunday, January 20th

A day filled with fun and fellowship!

Monday, January 21st

10:30 am Closing Worship

Additional Information

  • A deposit $50 per person is due at the time of registration (non-refundable).
  • In order for your spots to be saved, we must receive the deposit for each individual attending.
  • After submitting the registration form, you will receive a “Thank You” confirmation message and a link to health and release forms.
  • After January 3rd, call us for availability!

Speaker: Regine Jean-Baptiste

Chicago, IL

Regine Jean-Baptiste is a daughter to the Heavenly Father, author, pastor and philanthropist. She is the Founder of DisciplesArise (www.DisciplesArise.com), which equips and empowers individuals to live a transformed life that transforms others through the gospel of Jesus Christ. Previously she served as the Executive Director of Lighthouse LANDS, a non-profit organization working to overcome hunger and poverty through education and empowerment of women and children in the rural Haitian community of Jeremie, Haiti. Regine holds a Masters of Divinity from Duke University and has served as Pastor of Missions and Discipleship in the North Carolina Annual Conference of the UMC. She is passionate about helping people to live into the fullness of their God-given destiny and purpose.

Worship: Thomas Toole

New Albany, MS

Thomas Toole is a singer-songwriter originally from Greenwood, MS. Now based out of New Albany, MS, Thomas has a rich history in Lafayette County, having graduated from the University of Mississippi. While in college, Thomas also worked as a summer staff member at Camp Lake Stephens. Thomas is now the Director of Student Ministries at New Albany FUMC, but he continues to write music and share his gifts and passion with all who will listen.  His EPs, “A Place on the Sea” and “Upside Down Kingdom”, have garnered much attention and praise, and rightly so, for both works are testaments to Thomas’ commitment to sharing the truth, both the hope and the struggle, that he has experienced on his journey of walking faithfully with Christ. We are thrilled to  welcome Thomas back to CLS!

Mission Statement

Camp Lake Stephens, a United Methodist Camp and Retreat Center, is committed to being a place where children, youth, and adults can encounter God and respond in faith to God’s call to transform the world.