After speaking at a men’s retreat at a camp in Alaska, I was given this book by the former camp director following our talk about the usefulness of the camp ministry in our day. Brock is the co-founder and executive director of Ironwood camp in southern California. He gives two chapters on the usefulness of Christian camp, and then four “factors” on the worth of a camp (Intrinsic, Utility, Perception, Market) and finishes with four core values of camp: A place of decision, a place to consider the Word, a place of teachable moments, and a place of eternal impact. All of these are related in a useful way to running a camp. It is a good book and a good reminder of the need of Christian camp.