The registration fee is $45.00 per night. Please note the long weekend falls on the last weekend of Family Camp this year.    

We are planning a “Hey Day” on Friday, Aug. 4th.  Family games, bouncy castles, bubble soccer!  Let us know if you would be willing to sponsor an event! Stay tuned for more information about the morning seminars and other programming details.



You will find important documents and information about CWD Family Camp under the tabs below. Please check regularly, as these tabs will be updated with further information as we get closer to Family Camp. 




    Jenee Noriega was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In the roughest of circumstances. Both of her parents left her at two months old. She was physically, mentally, emotionally, and sexually abused. Unfortunately, she started using street drugs at the age of 11 years old, which led to many years of criminal activity. Jenee Noriega was on New Mexico's most wanted at the age of 16. Jenee has been arrested more the 24 times as a juvenile, and an extended adult record. She had 14 aliases when the F.B.I arrested her at 19 years old. Jenee was facing a life sentence, until one day, on March 6th, 2005, Jenee met Jesus in the Urban Core of Albuquerque, NM and was led to him by a lifelong Nazarene who loved Jesus and lost people (Debbie Vanhook) Jenee was delivered from a 19-year drug addiction, on that day. 

    The grace of God totally transformed her life. She currently is the lead Pastor, at a new church plant in the urban core of Kansas City, called Total Life Church of the Nazarene. Jenee is also the Associate Pastor of Evangelism and Discipleship at Kansas City First Church of the Nazarene. She served as the ABQ Central Campus Pastor at Sandia church of the Nazarene and their street ministry director. Jenee was also the outreach Pastor at Rio Vista Church of the Nazarene. She is a mother of 4 children and a wife to Stevie for 31 years. She is a first-generation college graduate of Central New Mexico Community College and The University of New Mexico, double majoring in Psychology and Africana Studies and the Nazarene Theological Seminary, where she received her master’s degree. She is currently at NTS in the Doctor of Ministy.

    Jenee is an ordained elder in the church of the Nazarene who preaches and teaches holiness. She has had the amazing opportunity to speak at women’s conferences, youth conferences, leadership events, and has spoken to thousands of people about her faith in secular settings. She also travels around the world and the United States sharing Jesus’s love and teaching full deliverance through the message of Entire Sanctification. 



    Mark Bane currently serves as director of evangelism and new church development for the USA/Canada Region Church of the Nazarene. He is also the founding lead pastor of a new church plant, Total Life Church of the Nazarene, in the urban core of Kansas City. Prior to this role, he served as district superintendent of the Joplin District (June 2013-July 2017). After graduating from Trevecca Nazarene University, he continued his education at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of the Billy Graham School of Evangelism, the School of Large Church Management (tract 2), and is a certified personality trainer. He is also a certified senior master trainer with Dynamic Church Planting International and is a certified church planting master assessment director.

    Mark served as a member of the board of trustees for Point Loma Nazarene University for six years, where he also chaired an auxiliary committee and served on the executive committee. As a senior pastor, he was responsible for planting eight new churches.

    He loves preaching, teaching, and developing leaders and is highly committed to evangelism and the starting of new churches. Making Christlike disciples is a vital part of his ministry, as 1,500 souls have joined the church by profession of faith in his pastoral ministry. Twenty-four of those are now in ministry as a result. Under Mark’s leadership as district superintendent, the Joplin district grew in every category, and planted 50 new churches, including 15 fully organized churches, growing the district from 67 to 82 organized churches.

    He and his wife Cheryl have been happily married for 35 years, and they have two adult children: Katie (and spouse, Mike Finn) of Kansas City, and Kelley (and spouse Jeff Rossmann) of Georgia.

    Mark’s life mission is “win as many people to Jesus as possible, then die.”



    The city they call home is a beautiful and broken place that serves as the capital of Bulgaria and is home to almost 2 million Bulgarians. The Haun family are serving here with the goal of helping to start churches that become part of a church planting movement that they believe God has in store for this great city. The Hauns believe that the Kingdom of God is coming in Sofia, Bulgaria, and are excited to be a part of the redeeming work of Christ as it transforms one neighborhood at a time all across this great city.

    If you want to learn more about them please click HERE