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Love Demonstrated Ministries - Christian Boot Camp is a 32 day long boot camp for boys and girls aged 13 - 17 . The reverend Charles Flowers started the boot camp 10 years ago and is still the manager for the boot camp.


The program starts with a four days intense survival camping trip and ropes courses. Then they return to the city where they live at a school.

According to the homepage, the typical schedule is:

  • Wakeup at at 5:00 a.m.
  • Morning exercise
  • Devotion
  • Dorm / personnel inspection
  • Reveille ceremony
  • Breakfast

Until lunch the detainees will participate in various as After breakfast, the mornings will be spent in the community conducting Community Improvement Activities (CIA) such as painting over graffiti, clearing lots, helping the elderly, etc. After lunch, they will spend time studying the following subjects:

  • In pursuit of PurposeTapping & Releasing Potential
  • Leadership Dynamics
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Forgiving Fallen Brotherhood
  • Celebrating Cultural Diversity
  • Trouble Triangle: Drugs, Sex, Music
  • Relationship & Fellowship with God
  • The Entrepreneur
  • Drill & Ceremony

On Sundays the detainee will attend church. After church they will be released to their families and will have to be returned at Sunday 9 p.m. When they return they will be body-searched.

The parents must also agree to participate in 3 family conferences lasting 3 days within a year in order to get their child programmed at the boot camp.

In the news

In July 2007 staff members were investigated of allegations of child abuse after witnesses had seen a girl being dragged after a car because she could not keep up her pace during the survival part of the boot camp. According to the Nueces County Sheriff’s Office, the girl suffered wounds that were unlikely to come from normal boot camp activities. [3] [4]

You would expect some kind of skins and scrapes from the physical activity, that any boot camp would have, but in this case, injuries were more severe, and the actual cause of the injuries is something that just does not fit in boot camp at all [5].

The defence has pointed out that the parental consent form states:

I realize that Christian Boot Camp is a strenous [sic] and highly intense program. I further realize that the possibility of accident, injury or even fatality to my child does exist,

Both Flowers and Bassitt posted $100,000 bond and were released from jail. They are now waiting for the trial to start.


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