Compass is a leadership development program for high school students. We partner with churches, pastors, teachers and parents from across the globe to identify youth for leadership. The summer program includes three incredible expeditions designed to challenge and encourage students towards leadership and deepen their walk with Christ:
Students embark on an outdoor adventure with the La Vida Adirondack Program in the mountains of New York. The wilderness expedition seeks to provide a supportive experiential environment that encourages participants to explore the meaning of their relationship with Jesus Christ and foster a deeper personal commitment to him.
Students dive into deep theological questions through conversation with world-renown professors at Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Through Christian community and the discussion of key theological concepts, this week provides the information and setting to equip students with a critical, informed, and Biblical worldview.
Students journey overseas to work with in-country partners to serve and learn through personal relationships. Students are challenged to apply what they’ve learned and become missional Christ-followers, working to meet local ministry needs through personal relationships with our in-country partners. In years past, Compass students have gone to Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua and Iceland.
The Compass Program is made possible thanks to individuals and organizations who share the vision to train the next generation of Christian leaders. The Compass Program was created and generously sustained thanks to generous funding from the Lilly Foundation. Although today the program is independently funded, Compass continues to be an active member of the Lilly Youth Theology Network.
If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact us via phone 978.867.4123 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.