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ReBoot FAQ
Created by Sharon on 11/19/2016 11:41:59 PM


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Classic ReBoot


Wilderness ReBoot

 

 


Classic ReBoot:


Why do we need signing permission for MK's who are minors (under 18)?

Some of the special activities we participate in during ReBoot require the signing of additional liability and safety forms while on site prior to participation. MK’s over the age of 18 can sign on their own behalf. MK’s younger than 18 technically need the signature of a parent or guardian, however, if your parent/guardian have given us permission to do so we can sign on their behalf. To request specific information on what these activities might be please contact the appropriate ReBoot Director.

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When can I expect to receive acknowledgment of receipt of my application?

You will receive acknowledgment that your application has been received within 2 business days of submission.

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I can't register online or get an error message. Who do I contact for help?

Please contact the main office for Outreach Canada at (604) 952-0050 or contact@outreach.ca

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When is acceptance into ReBoot confirmed?

You will be advised that acceptance is confirmed once we have:

  • received all necessary paperwork (your completed and signed application, medical and liability release forms, digital photograph, copy of medical card or proof of overseas insurance);
  • your payment of the $525 registration fee;
  • and the staff team has reviewed and approved your application.

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When is the balance of funds due?

Payment of the $525 registration fee is due for your application to be considered for ReBoot. $100 is non-refundable. The $525 is non-refundable after May 31st. The total cost of ReBoot ($1,350/per person) includes funds provided by mission organizations, churches, and personal donors.

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How are the remaining funds raised?

The total cost of ReBoot is $1,350/per person. The remaining $825, after registration fees have been paid, are raised through a partnership of mission sending and training organizations, churches, and personal donors.

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Can I make a roommate request?

Roommates are assigned by the ReBoot Director and her staff. You have the joy of being with your friend during the day as well as building new friendships with your roommate.

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If arriving from overseas, when should I arrive in Canada prior to ReBoot?

When traveling from overseas to attend ReBoot we highly recommend that you arrive in Canada at least 5-7 full days before the beginning of ReBoot. This is especially important if you are traveling from Asia, Africa or Europe. The schedule for ReBoot is very busy and requires your full attention in all session to make the most of the experience. The learning is cumulative and we want to ensure that struggles with jetlag at the beginning won’t interfere with your learning in later sessions. We want you to be able to fully participate and engage in the programing right from the start.

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ALBERTA


What are the dates and times for MK Pick-up/Arrival and Drop-off/Departures? (AB)

ARRIVAL: ReBoot program begins at 1 pm on Saturday, August 5. Pick-up services are available between noon and 4 pm.

DEPARTURE: ReBoot programming ends at 1pm on Saturday, August 12. Drop-off  services are available between 1pm and 4pm.

For those flying to Alberta and requesting pick-up or drop-off services, please ensure you fly in and out of the Calgary airport. Pick-up/Drop-off services are also available at Calgary greyhound bus terminal.

To receive pick-up and/or drop-off services, please ensure you complete and return the Transportation Form (provided upon official acceptance to attend ReBoot ) to the Registrar by the deadline date indicated. The form should be accompanied by a detailed travel itinerary including:

  • FLYING: name of airline, flight numbers and connecting airports, arrival/departure times;
  • BUS: bus station pick-up/drop-off location, route including transfer, arrival/departure times;
  • TRAIN: train station pick-up/drop-off location, route including transfers, arrival and departure times.

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What is the weather like? (AB)

The weather in Alberta in the month of August is quite changeable. While it is a dry climate with little to no humidity, there are periods of rain during the summer months. Temperatures are also variable with average high temperatures of 23˚C (73˚F) and the average low of 8˚C (46˚F). Although day time temperatures can be quite hot, temperatures can get quite cool in the evenings and overnight.

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What to pack or not pack. (AB)

CLOTHING: Be sure to pack a minimum of one long-sleeved hoodie and bring jeans and a light jacket for cooler evenings. For rainy weather, be sure to have a raincoat or some sort of water resistant outer layer.  Be sure to also pack at least one pair of footwear appropriate for hiking (i.e. not flip-flops).

OTHER ITEMS:  Be sure to bring your Bible, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent and any medication required. Also, bring along your favourite game and an item that represents your cultural heritage. If you play a musical instrument, please feel free to bring it along.

NOTE: Linens and towels are provided through Ambrose University.

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ONTARIO


What are the dates and times for MK Pick-up/Arrival and Drop-off/Departures? (ON)

ARRIVAL: ReBoot program begins at 1 pm on Saturday, July 22. Pick-up services are available between noon and 4 pm.

DEPARTURE: ReBoot programming ends at 1 pm on Saturday, July 29. Drop-off services are available between 1pm and 4pm.

For those flying to Ontario and requesting pick-up or drop-off services, please ensure you fly in and out of either the Kitchener/Waterloo or Hamilton airport. Pick-up/Drop-off services are also available at the Kitchener/Waterloo bus and train stations.

To receive pick-up and/or drop-off services, please ensure you complete and return the Transportation Form (provided upon official acceptance to attend ReBoot ) to the Registrar by the deadline date indicated. The form should be accompanied by a detailed travel itinerary including:

  • FLYING: airport name, name of airline, flight numbers and connecting airports, arrival/departure times;
  • BUS: bus station pick-up/drop-off location, route including transfer, arrival/departure times;
  • TRAIN: train station pick-up/drop-off location, route including transfers, arrival and departure times.

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What is the weather like? (ON)

The weather in Ontario in the month of July will likely be hot and humid with temperatures above 20˚C (68˚F) and at times above 30˚C (86˚F), especially with the humidex. The average high for July is around 26˚C (79˚F), but may feel hotter with the humidex. The average low is about 14˚C (57˚F). While temperatures tend to cool down somewhat in the evenings, at times the heat and humidity can last through the night.

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What to pack or not pack. (ON)

CLOTHING: Be sure to pack a minimum of one long-sleeved hoodie and bring jeans for cooler evenings.  For rainy weather, be sure to have a raincoat or some sort of water resistant outer layer. Be sure to also pack at least one pair of footwear that will not fall off and will protect the soles of your feet on rocky or slippery terrain (i.e. not flip-flops).

OTHER ITEMS:  Be sure to bring your Bible, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent and any medication required. Also, bring along your favourite game and an item that represents your cultural heritage. If you play a musical instrument, please feel free to bring it along.

NOTE: Linens and towels are provided through Emmanuel Bible College.

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Wilderness ReBoot:


I am under 21 and an MK. Can I attend Wilderness ReBoot?

If you are under 21 we encourage you to first attend our Classic ReBoot program.

If you are a Classic ReBoot alumni and are over 18 you are welcome to submit an application for Wilderness ReBoot.

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I can't afford the total cost of $1050. What can I do?

Payment plans and support raising options are available to assist in covering the full cost of the trip. Once you have submitted your application and it has been approved you will receive further information on these options.

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Do I need to register with Blue Bronna seperately?

All required registration information is covered by the Wilderness ReBoot application found on the CMKN website. No additional registration is needed.

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Do I pay Blue Bronna fees as well as CMKN fees?

All program fees are covered in the $1050 cost, including any fees owed to Blue Bronna. No additional payment is necessary. 

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What to pack and not pack:

CLICK HERE for a downloadable list

What should I bring to camp?

  • Bible
  • Rain gear & gloves
  • Water bottle
  • Flashlight or headlamp
  • Riding boots or rubber boots
  • Sturdy runners or hikers
  • Jeans or sturdy pants (2)
  • Warm long-sleeved shirts (2)
  • T-shirts (4)
  • Hooded sweatshirt
  • Waterproof soft shell jacket
  • Warm hat
  • Swim wear
  • Socks (6) (wool blend)
  • Personal hygiene (towel, soap, etc.)
  • Warm sleeping bag (or 2 thinner ones)
  • Self inflating sleeping pad or thin foam
  • Camera

What not to bring.

  • Phones, iPods, or any electronic devices other than a point-and-shoot camera.
  • Excess and heavy items that will weigh you down.
  • Expensive/cherished items that may be lost or broken (e.g. jewelry)

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Who is Blue Bronna, where are they and how do I get there?

Blue Bronna Wilderness Camp is a not-for-profit organization that desires to take you away from the busyness and distractions of life so that you can see the power and majesty of God and meet Jesus Christ in a personal way. BBWC runs two sites south west of Calgary.  Wilderness ReBoot will take place at their Willow Creek site 12kms west of the Chain Lakes on Hwy 532 amid the beauty of the foothils of the Canadian Rockies mountain range. 

You can see the location of the Willow Creek Ranch on google maps by clicking on the link below:

http://maps.google.ca/maps?q=50.239486N+114.349061W

 

CLICK HERE  to download FAQ information about Blue Bronna. 

CLICK HERE for driving directions from LONGVIEW, AB.

CLICK HERE for driving directions from LETHBRIDGE, AB.

CLICK HERE to download a printable version of driving directions.

CLICK HERE  to download a map of the campsite.  

 

 

DIRECTIONS FROM LONGVIEW, AB.

1) Travel South on HWY 22.

2) Continue on HWY 22 until you reach Alberta Secondary Highway 532.

• As you approach the 532 you will cross under some high-tension power lines.

3) Turn right and head West on Secondary Highway 532.

• There is a blue provincial sign marking the turnoff to Blue Bronna Wilderness Camp.

4) Travel 12 Km West on Alberta Secondary Highway 532.

5) Turn Left (South) immediately after you cross Willow Creek on Secondary Highway 532.

• You will see a sign on the South side of the road marking the entrance to Blue
Bronna.

DIRECTIONS FROM LETHBRIDGE, AB.

1) Travel West along Crowsnest HWY 3 passing through Fort MacLeod and past Pincher Creek.

2) Turn Right and head North on HWY 22.

3) Travel North on HWY 22 until you reach the Alberta Secondary Highway 532.

4) Turn Left and head West on the Alberta Secondary Highway 532.

• There is a blue provincial sign marking the turnoff to Blue Bronna Wilderness
Camp.

 

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