Gearing Up for June 2019

Texico Conference Camp Meeting
April 18, 2019

CORRALES, N.M. – Next month, Texico Conference church members and staff will be driving into the mountains of south-central New Mexico to Bonita Park Camp in Capitan for our 2019 Texico Conference Camp Meeting. Taking place from June 6-8, 2019, this year’s camp meeting promises to be one full of blessings.

“This event is always an important event for us on many fronts, especially when you factor in all its moving parts like keynote speakers, sessions and all the fun activities Bonita Park has to offer,” said Lee-Roy Chacon, Texico Conference president. “These are all essential components of camp meeting but coming together as a family of God and receiving His Spirit is what makes camp meeting worth the trip.”

The 2019 Texico Camp Meeting will feature special musical guests like the King’s Heralds,  Ricardo Norton and Richard and Joanne Davidson, professors from Andrews University.

Justin Khoe, a digital missionary and producer of That Christian Vlogger, a weekly YouTube show, will be speaking at the youth events.

The Children’s Ministry department is also preparing a fun program titled ROAR - Life is Wild, God is Good! Kids and teens from the ages of 9 to 15 also have the opportunity to kick off the week’s events early and attend Camp Texico from June 2-6, at Bonita Park. Last year, more than 80 kids participated in the first Camp Texico since 2004. This year, camp directors are looking to build on last year’s success and hope parents will make plans to sign up their kids. For those who have not been to Bonita Park, the campground has a lot of fun outdoor and indoor activities such as a zipline, ropes course, rock wall climbing, sand volleyball and swimming.

“It will be an enjoyable and spiritually uplifting time for everyone,” said Chacon. “We look forward to seeing every member of the Texico Conference next month at Bonita Park!” For more information and to register for Camp Texico and for the 2019 Texico Camp Meeting, visit

By Debbie Marquez, Communication Director