The following are policies we have adopted over the years.
- Baptism – It is our goal that every person at full camp that is not a Christian and is of an accountable age makes the decision to put Christ on in baptism. We want this to be a decision based on a true belief in Christ and the teachings of the Bible. We will never set up a high pressure and emotionally charged environment to pressure a camper to be baptized. If a camper asked to be baptized one of the staff members will talk with him and contact his parents. If the parent gives permission the baptism will be performed at the pool.
- Discipline – Discipline has never been a big problem at camp. If a camper needs “special attention” his counselor will first attempt to handle the situation. If that doesn’t work, the counselor will notify the camp director of the situation and he will decide what needs to be done, including contacting the parents and/or sending the camper home.
- Weather – We all know what the weather threats are in July in Alabama. During the years at Limestone Bible Camp we have had numerous thunderstorms and in 2005 we even had hurricane Dennis come through. Should severe weather become eminent the campers with their counselors will be sent to the cabins. Do not leave the cabin for any reason until the CAMP DIRECTOR gives the o.k. If the weather gets severe enough (i.e. Tornado Warning) the campers will be moved to the Arts & Crafts area. The camp director and other staff members will monitor the weather from the cafeteria.
- Injuries – It is our hope that no one ever gets injured at camp. Unfortunately injuries happen. If there is any concern that a camper is sick or injured take them to the camp nurse. If the nurse decides the camper needs to go to the emergency room, the camp director or his designee will notify the parents immediately and then take the camper to the emergency room. If it is a female camper, a female staff member will also accompany the camper to the hospital.
- Refunds – If a camper has to leave before the week is out we will not be able to refund the balance. When we give Camp Ney-A-Ti the number of campers that will be attending food and other supplies are purchased. If we were to give refunds, we would have to take the money out of donations we have received or raise the price we charge each camper. It is always our goal to keep the cost of camp as low as possible.