Welcome to Camp



You are receiving this email because you registered for this weekend’s FOL Digital camp. Please read the information below to ensure you get connected with all the resources you’ll need to conference well.

We are excited that you will be joining us this weekend as we seek God to be refreshed. We have a lot of wonderful things in store for us. We believe God wants to meet each of you individually and us collectively as His people. 

We will be having 3 plenaries together during the weekend. It will be a time of worship, hearing the word, building community and small group sharing. We are excited to have you be a part of it. Please checkout the schedule here Schedule.


There will be different ways of connecting throughout the weekend outside of the plenary sessions. Please consider participating in these. 

Small group 

During our plenary sessions we will have the opportunity to respond to the word through small groups. If you are able please consider joining on multiple devices so that we can have you in different small groups from your partner/families. Thank you! 

Fun Team 

Come and join us Friday evening (9:15 pm) and Saturday afternoon (5:15 pm)  for games, chit chat and hanging out. We will be meeting on Zoom Meeting ID 908 109 0018 (bit.ly/FOLFunTeam)

Optional Social Distance Park hangout 

If you are healthy and would like to join other FOL friends for a safe, social distance meet up here are the four parks we will be having social distance gatherings. 

  • East: Whaley
  • North: Heartwell
  • West: Silverado
  • Central: Los Cerritos next to Los Cerritos school
  • Online: Zoom ID: 908 109 0018 bit.ly/FOLHangout

PLEASE follow these rules:

  • Please eat BEFORE you arrive to socially hangout. Please only bring drinks for yourself to stay hydrated. It will be a HOT day. 
  • Please wear a mask
  • Please only come if you are feeling healthy and haven’t been in contact with any Covid-19 patients otherwise please join us on zoom! 
  • Please feel free to bring your children. They must wear a mask as well. Wewill have social distance appropriate activities for the kids. 
  • Please bring your own chairs and mats
  • Please know you might be instructed to break up into smaller groups of 5-7 people depending on attendance.
  • Please come and have a good time.

Workshops 3:30-5:00 pm

Individual Prayer Appointments: If you signed up during registration you will receive an email from Nayelli Casarrubias to set up your time. 

Prayer and Families:  Come and join us as we discuss how to pray for our kids, how to create a spiritual atmosphere and protection in our homes, and how to help our kids cultivate a prayer life of their own. Zoom: meeting ID 989 284 5052  Passcode: pray2020 (Click here to download the resource.)

Spiritual Resilience : We are all under a lot of stress. There is a world pandemic, election, kids at home and systemic oppression in our country. How do we build resilience in this time? Come and join us as we learn about stress and how to build resilience.  Zoom: Meeting ID: 849 6517 0648   Passcode: familycamp

Lament and Art 
There has been a lot to lament in this past year. Artistic expression is a gift God has given us to engage Him, especially in our pain. We want to invite you to join us as we lament, paint and worship together. No experience is needed but please have something to paint/color with. zoom: Meeting ID: 883 6338 2064  Passcode: FOLart

Personal Space for God: Take some time to unplug. Find a quiet space to be with Jesus. There is a handout in your box that you can use to guide your time. 


FOL Kids (Toddler & Elementary) 

Each child will receive a box full of goodies and crafts. Please pick up your box at the Family Center.

Alan and team have created 3 lessons on prayer for the kids. You are welcome to have your child watch it during your convenience. Read the welcome from Alan Gan. View the three lessons

FOL Youth (Jr High, High School) 

We want to invite your junior high and high schoolers to join the plenary sessions and engage with the word that will be given. They will also receive their own conference box as well. 

Small groups: 

High schoolers will join the adults. 

Junior High will meet all together.

Conference Box Pick-Up @ Family Center  

Please come and pick-up your conference box on one of these days and times. If you are not able to come please feel free to ask a friend to pick it up for you. 

  • Thursday (10/15) 10 am – 12:00 pm @ Family Center 
  • Thursday (10/15) 5:00 – 8:00 pm @ Family Center 
  • Friday (10/16) 9:00 am – 12:00 pm @ Family Center 

5000 Pies Pre-Ordered Lunch 

If you pre-ordered a lunch box from 5000 Pies, please arrive between 11:15 am -12:30 pm on Saturday to pick it up. If you have not paid already, please pay online (www.folcov.org/giving and put “Family Camp Lunch” in the other category) or send a check.


  • Create a space in your home or where you’ll be logging in from that will be conducive to engaging with minimal distractions. 
  • Stock up on your favorite snacks and beverages.
  • Come ready to connect to Jesus, His Spirit and to each other. 


Some tips and expectations to help the tech run as smoothly as possible for using Zoom.

AttentionBe as focused as you canIntentionally multi-task
DressBe comfortable. Leave yourself vulnerable to a zoom wardrobe malfunction
Zoom ChatAffirm, react, and repeat highlights   Fully participate with speaker’s active engagement activities (polls, asks to share, chat box)Start larger conversations- that’s what the small groups and other times will be for.    Have private chats- one wrong click and it goes to the whole group! Again, use a different platform for private and small group conversations.
FoodFeel free to eat and snackSpill on your computer


Plenary Sessions: Zoom Meeting ID: 999 3095 8155 (link: bit.ly/FOLPlenary)

Fun Team: Zoom Meeting ID: 908 109 0018  (link: bit.ly/FOLFunTeam)

Saturday Zoom Lunch/Hangout: Zoom Meeting ID 908 109 0018 (bit.ly/FOLHangout)

Prayer and Families: Zoom Meeting ID: 989 284 5052  Passcode: pray2020 

Spiritual Resilience: Zoom Meeting ID: 849 6517 0648 Passcode: familycamp

Art and Lament: Zoom Meeting ID: 883 6338 2064  Passcode: FOLart


There will be multiple opportunities for response in different ways throughout the weekend. We want to hear it all! How is God moving? What are you hearing, feeling, experiencing? Do you have a word to share with the group? Share with your group! 

Blessing to you! See you very soon. 

If you have any questions or concerns feel free to email Sarah Groot at sarahphuang@gmail.com or tim@folcov.org.


Sarah Groot and the FOL Digital Camp Team 

FOL Statement on Race and Unity

Statement on Race and Unity

In John’s Gospel, the apostle defines “the world” as human society defiantly organizing itself without God. The kings of the earth rebel against God, rejecting his Word and his ways. Today, the consequences of societies attempting to live independently from the Living God are evident, but God continues to love people and empowers us to be light in the darkness.

Fountain of Life Covenant Church condemns racism and oppression. Where racism divides, demeans, and kills, Jesus unites, honors, and heals. World history is replete with cultural oppression and leaders brutally enforcing divided societies at the expense of others. Jesus teaches that it must not be so among us. Because Christians do not live in scarcity or fear, we have the resources to love and serve each other. The Scriptures warn against embracing the values of the world.

The FOL church family deeply mourns the loss of Black lives at the hands of racism, abuse of power, and violence. We affirm that every person is made in the image of God (Genesis 1 and 2). Therefore we stand in faith with those who are vulnerable, captive, and in need of liberation (Luke 4:16-21). We not only denounce the concepts of racial supremacy and class superiority, but we sacrificially follow Jesus into service for a more just and caring world.

The Scriptures do not discriminate according to race, ethnicity, or social class. In fact, Jesus broke down the dividing wall of hostility between Jew and Gentile when he died on the cross, creating one new humanity. The first Gentile convert was the Ethiopian eunuch, a Black man from Africa (see Acts 8). Luke, the author of Luke-Acts, writes himself a cameo in Acts 13, appearing as Lucius of Cyrene, a Black man from Northern Africa. Many of the great fathers of the church, including Athanasius and Augustine, were Africans.

For the past thirteen years, Jesus has been working in FOL to reconcile many nations into one beautiful body. We have followed the Holy Spirit into serving a generation of children in our attempt to level the education playing field. Five years ago, God helped us to establish a social enterprise, 5000 Pies, to provide vocational and economic options for our neighbors. Today, we are ready to follow Jesus wherever He goes (Revelation 14:4).

It is our prayer that we are known for our love: listening first and speaking second (Ephesians 4:29); mourning with those who suffer (Romans 12:15); and joining them in acting for justice on their behalf (Luke 11:42). Please join Fountain of Life Covenant Church as we follow Jesus, the One who will return like a thief in the night and make all things new (Revelation 21:5).