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3/11/2011 4:42:40 PM
Home School Legal Defense Association
GenJ Camp: Fun-filled Leadership Training at a Competitive Price

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GenJ Camp: Fun-filled Leadership Training at a Competitive Price

Dear HSLDA Members and Friends:

Is your politically orientated teenager driving you up the wall? Do
they know more about politics, limited government theory, and the
current make-up of the House Ways and Means Committee than any normal
teen should? Do you wish they were more engaged in the political
process of America? If your answer to any of these questions is Yes!
then HSLDA's Generation Joshua has an answer for you.

To help ensure the future of freedom in America, HSLDA's Generation
Joshua hosts two weeklong summer leadership programs called iGovern.
iGovern is an extensive and fast-paced immersion program designed to
teach leadership and government based on Biblical principles.
Students are given the responsibilities of representatives and
senators for the week and asked to do everything from write and
balance the federal budget to handle foreign policy crises and wrestle
with what it means to be a Christian in the political arena.

The best part of this opportunity is that members of HSLDA receive a
$100 discount off the price of camp, and if you register for the
Washington, D.C. iGovern program by March 15 you will receive an
additional $50 off. The education and experience iGovern provides
have a market value of over one thousand dollars, but Generation
Joshua's mission is to assist parents in raising up the next
generation of Christian leaders and citizens, so we work hard to make
the program as affordable as possible.

Generation Joshua brings speakers who are experts in their respective
fields to teach; past speakers include Congressman Mike Pence and
Congresswomen Michele Bachmann, Summit Ministries Founder Dr. David
Nobel, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, HSLDA co-founder Mike
Farris, and President of Concerned Women for America Wendy Wright.
Coupled with our professional staff and resident experts, your
students are offered a rare and accurate look into the reality of
American politics with Christian guidance on how to wrestle with the
complex issues that face our nation.

Generation Joshua's iGovern East is in Purcellville, Virginia (about
an hour from Washington, D.C.) June 5-11, for students 14-17 and is
competitively priced at $600. We offer a $100 discount for
active/retired military, full-time ministry, or HSLDA members if you
have a current HSLDA membership. If you register before March 15 you
also qualify for a $50 early registration discount, which brings your
total savings to 25%.

The iGovern West program is hosted at Eagle Lake Camp which is nestled
in the Colorado Rockies above Colorado Springs. iGovern West runs
August 14-20, and is open to students 14-19. The price is the same
and the $50 early registration discount for registrations extends
until May 30.

You can register for each at http://www.hslda.org/elink.asp?id=10576
and I urge you to sign up by March 15 if you would like to take
advantage of the early registration discount. If you have further
questions about iGovern please feel free to contact Camp Director Joel
Grewe at (540) 338-8608 or generationjoshua@hslda.org .

May God bless you and your family,

William A. Estrada, Esq.
Director, Generation Joshua


IGOVERN: WHAT DID YOU LEARN AND WHY DID YOU COME?

"I learned that God can do truly amazing things, even through people
who are by no means specially qualified."
--Amy, GenJ Counselor

"iGovern is one of the best camps in the nation, one of the best
weeks you will ever have. You will make friends that will last a
lifetime and have experiences you will never forget."
--Josh, three-year incumbent

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