jesus-campJesus Camp is a 2006 American documentary directed by Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing about a brain washing summer camp for kids who spend their summers learning and practicing their “prophetic gifts” and being taught that they can “take back America for Christ.” Jesus Camp was sold by A&E Indie Films to Magnolia Pictures. Controversy surrounding the film was featured in several television news programs and print media articles.

Jesus Camp is a documentary about the “Kids On Fire School of Ministry,” a charismatic Christian summer camp located just outside Devils Lake, North Dakota and run by Becky Fischer and her ministry, Kids in Ministry International. This documentary focuses on three children who attended the camp in 2005. The documentary cuts between footage of the camp and a children’s prayer conference held just prior to the camp at Christ Triumphant Church, a large charismatic church in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City.

This film shows that religious fundamentalism is not just something for Muslims, but is also a dangerous element of Christian religions.


Jesus Camp


  1. oh ha! i dont wana hear any bad things about alkaida from any american anymore. this stuff is freaky and dangerous here as well. any kind of polarization prevents dialoge – whoever thinks he is\knows better without listening is evil hearted. every human is a child, right justice and truth can only be reached via DIaloge! Bless!

  2. dude i agree with you and all but learn to spell, Al Qaeda and dialogue, oh and dont bless me i do not need it, this video further proves my statement of religion is bad

  3. These people are creating and manufacturing evil, making these kids feel guilty for feeling natural tendencies. The children are obviously not finding relief in the sermons, they are just getting more and more depressed. Even the woman in charge seems miserable. And they do all this for an essentially selfish and elitist cause, to go to heaven while the rest who merely question go to “hell.”

    These people are scaring their children into something they do not understand and then making them feel guilty and horrible for not understanding it. They are taking away their innocence at an early age and crippling their ability to make decisions for themselves through by instilling a mob mentality.

    Let me ask you, do any of these people seem happy?

    And abortion? That’s the worst representation I’ve seen of a fetus. Laughable.

  4. Hitler-jungen were a JOKE! I am an atheist myselfe, but with all do
    respect…I don t think you have to be one to be absolutely horrified!!!


  5. I also like how they’re selectively picking Levi out, instilling in him a hidden messiah complex, and in doing so subtly forcing the other children to defer to him.

  6. Interesting. Revealing.
    ‘In God we trust’
    You don’t need a church, a priest or anything else
    for that matter, for believing in some higher power.
    This is all about control.
    Of money, ppl’s mind or just….control. Imho, these
    folks are psychopaths, ready for the straight-jacket.
    Before they can do any more harm to anybody else.
    There are just so many levels of insanity.
    This is just one, still, accepted by the society.
    When will it be stopped?
    Hitler seemed like a nice guy when he got where he got.
    He ended poverty and misery in Germany.
    And as AKIMANIJA said “Hitler-jungen were a JOKE!”.
    Well, in those days it was looked upon as a joke and
    that’s what ppl think about these ‘warriors of God’
    of today, as well.
    With kids, you can make them do what ever you want.
    Brainwashing is the ONLY word for it and that’s pretty
    illegal ALL OVER THE WORLD, but not in ‘the only democratic
    country in the world’

    That’s another B.S most of the Americans have
    clung to, tightly, and hold on so tight to, that
    they almost strangle them self. *slightly ironic*

    Peace to all of You.

  7. Brainwashing children to believe in any religion only perpetuates a society of robots and stifles free thinking. To quote my favorite philosopher, the late George Carlin; “It’s all bullshit and it’s bad for ya.”

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