Centrifuge Sign Up Information

We are headed back to North Greenville University for another AMAZING year of camp. As I sit here and think about how our students’ lives will be changed at Fuge, I just want to explode. This letter serves to give you all the information you will need to get your student signed up.

Centrifuge is for graduated 6th grade to graduated 12th grade.

Please sign up by Wednesday, May 29th.

Cost: $305
Family Discount:  2nd child:  $255
3rd and all others: $205
  • Feel free to make weekly or monthly payments using the payment plan vouchers provided.
  • Full or partial scholarships are available. Please don’t let the cost of the trip be a factor in a youth not going to camp.
  • All payments are due Sunday, June 9th.
We will leave Monday, June 24th at 11:30 and will be returning Saturday, June 29th between 12:00 and 1:00.
  • If you are planning on leaving for vacation early on June 29th, please feel free to pick them up from camp.  We will be up by 6:30 anyway.
I will have Parent Devotions for parents wanting them that go along with what we are doing each day at camp.  That way, you will know and understand what we have learned while at Fuge.


God made the world, including us, to be perfect; with a purpose. Sin entered the world, leading to a place of brokenness for all of us. God brought redemption through Jesus. We must admit our sinfulness, repent and believe. When we do, God restores our relationship with Him and helps us navigate in a broken world.


In the beginning, God created a perfect world by His design. We see evidence of God’s design all around us. He created man and woman in His image. Everyone and everything lived in harmony, and the Lord walked with them daily. God created us with a plan and purpose.
Life Questions: How were we created? What was God’s design? What is our purpose?
Scripture: Genesis 1:27, 2:15-18, 21-25; John 1:1-5; Psalm 139:14-17; Ephesians 2:10
Key Verse: John 1:3-4


The first man and woman chose to distort God’s perfect design and selfishly insisted on doing things their way, which led to a place of sin and brokenness, causing separation from God, leading to death. Every man and woman to follow has made that same choice. But, God did not leave us in our brokenness but sent His Son, Jesus in human form to rescue us through His death for our sin. This Good News is that we now have eternal life through Christ and death is not our end.
Life Questions: What is sin? How did we depart from God’s design through sin? How do we attempt to x our brokenness? How does the gospel of Jesus answer the questions that brokenness brings?
Scripture: Genesis 3:1-7; Proverbs 14:12; Romans 1:25, 3:23, 5:12, 6:23; John 3:16
Key Verse: Romans 6:23


Simply hearing the Good News is not enough. We must admit that we are broken and that we cannot x it on our own; we need to be rescued. We must ask God to forgive us, turning from sin to trust only in Jesus. Believing, we receive new life through Jesus, and God turns our lives in a new direction.

Life Questions: What sacrifice was made for our sins? What is repentance? What takes place when we repent?
Scripture: Genesis 3:8-24; John 3:18; Acts 3:19; Romans 10:9; Ephesians 2:8-9; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Colossians 2:14
Key Verse: Acts 3:19


When God restores our relationship to Him, we are made new and will discover our meaning and purpose. God’s Spirit empowers us to pursue His design and assures us of His presence. He has promised us a new heaven and new earth, which will complete the restoration of a broken world.

Life Questions: Have you allowed God to restore you with the Good News of Jesus? How are you pursuing God’s Design in your life?
Scripture: Philippians 2:13; Matthew 6:33; John 16:7-15; Revelation 21:1-7
Key Verse: Revelation 21:3

Fuge 19 Speaker and Worship Leader

Speaker: Jason McGuffie is currently serving as Senior Pastor of FBC Tallulah, Louisiana where he has been since April of 2012. Prior to the move to Louisiana, Jason served as Youth Pastor for 10 years at two different churches in Mississippi. He and his wife Jessica have been married for over 15 years. They have two children: Zachary and Zoe. He enjoys celebrating God’s creation with numerous outdoor activities such as sports and hunting. His call and heart’s desire is to preach and teach the life-changing Gospel to a world in desperate need of Jesus. He is looking forward to being part of this week at FUGE, and to see what God is going to do!

Worship Leader: Michael Farren is a Dove Award-winning and Grammy-nominated songwriter, worship leader and producer. A former founding member of the band Pocket Full of Rocks, Michael’s songs include the worship anthems “Let It Rain,” which was recorded by Michael W. Smith, and “Let The Worshipers Arise,” which was recorded by Phillips Craig & Dean. He is also the writer of the No. 1 radio single “Trust in You” as recorded by Lauren Daigle and “Say Amen” as recorded by Finding Favour. Michael’s songs have been recorded by Reba McEntire, Natalie Grant, Aaron Shust, Unspoken, Hawk Nelson, Karen Peck & New River, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, and Big Daddy Weave among others. Michael and his family reside in Nashville where he serves as worship pastor for Gateway Church in the nearby community of Franklin, Tennessee.