Camp will be here before we know it! If you haven’t been a part of this little slice of heaven yet, we’d love for you to join us!

Come prepared to worship your heart out, learn how to apply God’s Word to your life, and make amazing memories with TRUE friends. We’ve seen it happen year after year, powerful life transformation happens when you choose to unplug from distractions and fully focus on Jesus! That’s why this year will be so important, as together we learn how to REST in CHRIST!

If we’re honest with ourselves, we often feel like we can control situations and outcomes in our life through stress and worry. The more worry the more control, right? But the anxiety that builds up from all that stress and worry actually needs to alert us that we are relying on our own works. As Christians we can exchange anxiety and striving for true REST and the Strength in Jesus.

Together we will learn how to develop the kind of faith that enables us to enter into God’s REST, a faith that invites us to REST from relying on our own works.

Grab your friends and get registered, archery, the lake, and high ropes course are calling your name!

It won’t be the same without you!


Janel Dinley and the TRUE Daughters Team

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After registering for Camp, please download and sign this waiver which must be completed for Camp Weaver. Bring this form with you to Camp check-in.

Hosts and Worship Leaders

We love our regular musicians Kylie and Jacob, who live in Fayetteville, NC where they moved four years ago to help plant Veritas Church. They regularly lead their congregation in worship and perform in their city to make much of Jesus wherever they are. They have two amazing boys named Levi and Pete.

Janel Dinley, Founder of TRUE Daughters and your host for the weekend. Her goal for camp is that every detail is intentionally chosen to create an atmosphere that feels like home, where you are known and loved. A place where encouragement and inspiration trumps comparison and competition, and the girls are free to be themselves. Camp truly is a little slice of heaven!

What to Pack

Bring to Camp:

  • Bedding for twin sized bunk bed
  • 1 blanket or sleeping bag
  • Pillow and pillowcase
  • Bath towels, washcloth
  • Toiletries
  • Bible, Notebook & Pen
  • Water bottle
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Clothing for a 4-day, 3-night stay
    Athletic shorts for ropes course
    Tennis shoes/socks
    Flip Flops or water shoes
    Bathing suit (no bare midriff)
    Beach towel
    1 pair of long pants for camp fire
    A casual but nice outfit for cabin photos

Do Not Bring:

  • Cell phones or electronics (see FAQ below for further explanation)
  • Snacks, food or drinks (see FAQ below for further explanation)


Q: When should I arrive at camp?

A: The Check-In window is from 5:00 pm-6:00 pm Friday, September 2nd. (PRO TIP: plan on getting to Greensboro, NC early, have a late lunch/early dinner, we recommend CRAFTED TACOS, then make your way to camp for check in… because traffic on Highway 40 is heavy on this holiday weekend)

Q: When Should I be picked up from camp?

Monday September 5th at 11:00 AM in Herman Hall parents are invited to the parents meeting, while the girls are saying their goodbys and collecting their belongings at in their cabin, Janel will share the heart of the weekend and share any information parents need to know. At 12 noon we will wrap up the parents meeting and you will be dismissed to collect you daughter(s).

Q: Do you have to pay for the camp t-shirt separately?

A: The camp registration fee includes a camp t-shirt.

Q: Who can participate in this event?

A: Middle and High School aged girls (11-18)

Q: How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

A: Please direct all questions towards