For students entering 11th – 12th grades or leaving 12th grade.

Students will be empowered to effectively evangelize and defend their faith by spending a week sharing the true gospel with the people in Utah, mostly Latter Day Saints. (Mormons) Students will learn to organize their thoughts about why they believe what they believe, giving them a firm foundation to stand on as they enter adulthood. We will also take time to enjoy some of the beautiful wilderness of Utah.

Trip Dates: July 14-21, 2018

Register (no deposit)
Support letters to be sent out by March 31st , 2018
$1,250 to be raised by May 19, 2018

Cost – $1,250


CHALLENGE: Kansas City, MO

For students entering 9th – 12th grades or leaving 12th grade.

This conference is a place where students join about 5000 other students from around the country to be challenged in their faith, all while having a blast and building great relationships.  This year, the theme is about being bold, so students will be called to kneel to the authority of Jesus in a world where self has become the ultimate authority.  And they will be equipped to stand courageously for truth in a world that encourages them there is no real truth. This trip has consistently been a highlight for students over the years.

Trip: July 1-6, 2018

Register with $100 deposit  
Remaining $290 due by May 19, 2018


Cost – $390



For students entering 7th and 8th grades.

Powerhouse is partnering once again with LeaderTreks to take students to Manchester, KY, where they will be taught leadership skills that will apply to all of life.  There will be service projects that are picked by a local pastor, allowing the local church to stay connected with those who are helped after we have left. Students will be challenged by being a part of different leadership teams each day and truly being the ones to lead the group in different ways.  It will be an amazing week of serving, learning, and growing!

June 24-30, 2018

Register with $50 
Support letters to be sent out by March 31st, 2018
Remaining $400 due by May 19, 2018


Cost – $450