Some say it's the happiest place on Earth...
Alpine is a Christian Summer Camp and Conference Center in Southern California, up in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, near Lake Arrowhead, CA. Alpine’s sleepaway programs for Jr. High, High School and Elementary are chock full of fun activities for kids.
The highly-intentional overnight summer program for kids makes us one of the best camps for kids in Southern California. Also, our sweet mountain retreat center offers an annual Men’s Conference, Women’s Retreats, Leadership Retreats and more!
If you’re looking for an historic place for your mountain conference center needs, then enjoy a warm drink and sit by the same fireplace that Clark Gable, Shirley Temple, Fred Astaire, Bette Davis and many more have enjoyed!
For those looking for Leadership Programs, we have a multi-faceted High Ropes Course that boasts the tallest free-standing natural element in North America!
Last, but not least, our Outdoor Education program combines the science camp curriculum you’d expect with the fun of instructional staff in frontier-themed costume! Learn how to start a fire with no matches, use a bow & arrow and tomahawks, as well as studying Animal Adaptation and Wilderness Survival.
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Camp Mosaic

Alan Shlemon

Guest Speaker

Camp Mosaic
Alan Shlemon excels at making complex issues accessible to anyone, and is known for teaching on some of the most controversial issues of our time; including abortion, evolution, homosexuality, bioethics, and Islam. Alan graduated from California State University, Long Beach and a holds a Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. He has spoken to thousands of students and adults across the country at churches, conferences, and college campuses, and has been a guest on both television and radio.

THEME: Equipped!

In today’s culture Christians are bombarded with difficult questions often posed by a skeptical and unbelieving world. Some of these questions can be intimidating enough to even make mature believers think twice. How are we to respond? Are you equipped and ready to answer these objections in a compelling way? Maybe you are searching for answers to the same questions? That’s okay!

This year at Camp Mosaic Alan Shlemon from Stand to Reason will be returning to help teach believers how to answer some of the toughest questions asked by skeptics. You will no longer have to avoid discussing hard topics in fear of not knowing how to respond in a biblical, yet loving way. You will become equipped and ready for any encounter!

Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. - II Timothy 2:15



    Are you interpreting the Bible correctly? Though anyone can pick up the Bible and learn from it, it’s also possible to miss the proper meaning of passages written in a different time, culture, and language. In this teaching, Alan will show you how to apply three simple principles to everyday Bible reading so you accurately interpret God’s Word. You’ll be amazed how proper biblical interpretation will help you glean new insights from familiar passages, correct mistaken understandings of the text, and deepen your appreciation for the Bible. This is a must-take class for every Christian eager to accurately understand and be transformed by God’s Word.


    What should the relationships with our friends and family who identify as gay and lesbian look like? Alan will answer that question with truth and compassion. He’ll clarify what both Scripture and science say about homosexuality and then offer practical principles for the church, our friends, and our family that will help guide our interactions.


    The problem of evil is the atheist’s favorite objection to God. If God is good and all-powerful, how can He exist if He allows evil to continue? Though this sounds persuasive, this challenge is riddled with difficulties. Alan will walk you through the solutions to this challenge and explain why the problem of evil is not only a problem for theists, but also for atheists. And far from undermining God’s existence, the presence of evil turns out to be powerful evidence that God is real.


    If you’re reading Philippians like a book, there’s a good chance you’re missing its main message. Books can be read in multiple sessions, one chapter at a time. But letters are meant to be read in one sitting. When you read Philippians like a letter, you get the big picture of what Paul – and the Holy Spirit – was concerned about. In this talk, Alan will teach you about Philippi and the relevant historical context that clarifies the point of this epistle. In the process, you’ll learn a few important principles of biblical interpretation and discover the significant application God has in store for His followers today.


  • Leadership Development

    "Equipping the next generation of servant leaders with a vision of the kingdom of God (Eph. 4:11-13)." Camp Mosaic is a weekend retreat for developing the leadership skills of an emerging generation of Christian leaders and promoting an appreciation for diversity in the kingdom of God.

  • Leadership Network

    Because leadership development is not a one-time event but a long-term process, healthy support networks that provide mentoring, ongoing training/resources and ministry opportunities must be established to supplement the Camp Mosaic experience.

  • Leadership Deployment

    "Everybody can be great... because anybody can serve." Rev. Martin Luther King. Because greatness in the kingdom of God is measured by service, Camp Mosaic participants will be trained and encouraged to lead by service in their local churches, schools, communities and families.

Camp Mosaic

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Dates & Prices

  • DATES:

    October 6-8, 2017

    $155 Per Person (Early Bird)*
    $165 Per Person (Total Cost) Airsoft: additional $10 (Starter ammo and gun.)
  • Early Bird Dates

    *For the Early Bird rate, registration is due by 09/1/17.

    Scholarships are available for those who have a financial need. To apply please fill out the Financial Aid Application Form here


We are currently working on our online registration process to better serve our guests. If you would like to register please contact Cesar at (909) 337-6287 ext. 100 for further assistance.

Church Groups may call to request a contract today>!

Program Camps Manager

Rance Hughes

Camp Mosaic
Rance oversees all Jr. High, High school and College age camps. His care for campers is only matched by his passion for teaching people about the Bible.
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Guest Relations Coordinator

Cesar Cortez

Camp Mosaic
Contact Cesar with questions regarding your upcoming Guest Retreat, Program Camp or Outdoor Adventure Program.
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