LIT Information and Expectations

Arrival and Departure

LIT 1:     Arrival - Sunday, June 30, 2024 between 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
              Departure - Saturday, July 27, 2024 between 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

LIT 2:    Arrival - Sunday, July 28, 2024 between 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
             Departure - Saturday, August 24, 2024 between 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

LIT Participants and Their Relationship with God

Leader In Training participants are expected to be developing their relationship with God and to have a desire to live by the standards set forth in the Bible.

LIT Participants and Their Character

Our standard for all behaviour is taken from the Bible – the word of God. LITs are expected to cooperate with others and respect staff members. LITs will treat everyone at Medeba respectfully and not discourage or harm others with physical, emotional, or verbal abuse.

Any kind of abuse or abusive language is not acceptable (e.g. put-downs are unacceptable). Medeba strives to resolve behavioural problems with LITs promptly and effectively but reserves the right to dismiss a LIT for behavioural problems at the discretion of the Directors. No refund will be made for dismissals due to disciplinary action.

Our standard for all attitudes are to have a positive attitude towards the program. There are many different types of activities and sessions in the LIT program and every LIT will be expected to participate in all aspects of the program.

LIT Participants and Their Lifestyle at Medeba

Our standard for all personal electronic devices (such as cell phones or iPod’s) is that they are permitted but are only to be used during designated times. Other electronics (such as TVs, monitors, and gaming devices) are not permitted. All media that is listened to or watched must be approved by an LIT staff unless it is produced under a Christian label. Any media should not glorify sin.

Our standard for accommodations is that LITs are responsible to clean their accommodations daily and keep their personal belongings tidy as they are sharing room with others.

Our standard for relationships is that LITs focus on the whole community and are inclusive in their friendships.

Our standard for having a dress code is to be professional in our outfits.

Our standard for curfew is that the LITs are in the HUB main room between 9:30-10pm, and to be in their own cabin between 10:15-10:30pm (to get ready for bed), and between 10:45-11pm to have the lights out. Occasionally earlier curfews may be given if staff detect extra sleep is needed.

Community Life

LIT is limited to a maximum of 18 participants. Separate accommodation for boys and girls is provided in the Hub and a staff member also lives with them. The Hub also has bathrooms and a large meeting room between the accommodation rooms.

General Information


LIT Schedules for Parents

A day by day calendar of LIT events is available for parents. Parents will be given these on registration day or can request one to be sent to them ahead of time. Please contact us if you are interested.

Connecting to your LIT

LITs really enjoy connecting with friends and family, especially because they are here for 4 weeks.

LITs have scheduled "media times" where they can use their devices to check their messages and/or make phone calls.


Arrangements can be made with the LIT Coordinator to visit.

LIT Group Picture

LIT group pictures can be ordered prior to camp. These 5" x 7" pictures taken by our camp photographer come in a frame and cost $8.50 (taxes included). Pictures can be paid for when you apply or during registration. 

Photo Memories

During the month of LIT, we create a cloud based photo album of pictures of the LITs and their activities. These pictures come from the camp photographer and from the LITs themselves to provide a large assortment.

Spending Money While at Medeba 

Spending money is needed for several reasons while at Medeba. We recommend approximately $120 be provided for the month. This will be deposited into a debit account for the LITs so they don't have to handle cash until it is needed. Any remaining money at the end of the stay is returned.

  1. Alpine Store - The camp store offers snacks, souvenirs and Medeba clothing.
  2. Laundry - LITs have the opportunity to do their laundry each week at the local laundromat. The cost for a load of laundry is around $5.00. Participants should bring their own detergent and supplies. Cash will be provided for them out of their tuck account.
  3. One meal at a fast food restaurant - This is to eat out on the way back from the LIT 1 canoe trip.

Leaving the Property 

LITs may not leave the property without permission and must be accompanied by a staff member.

Other Overnight General Information

For more general information, please click here for Overnight General Information