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MOVE 2011 STUDENT Guide

July 11-16, 2011 @ Lee University, Cleveland, TN


$50 Deposit and Sign up Deadline May 29th

MOVE 2011 STUDENT Guide

We cant wait to see you at MOVE this summer! The MOVE team has spent this past year planning and preparing for your arrival. To make your time at MOVE even more enjoyable, this guide outlines some things you should know before arriving. Come ready to make memories that will last a life time!

MOVEictionary: some words you want to know their meanings


Skip-A-Meal Once during the week, MOVE asks everyone to skip-a-meal. This money is used to help fund MOVEs International Conferences in places such as India, Ghana, Costa Rica, Philippines, Myanmar and others. Morning Show Make sure you are ready each morning for the MOVE Morning Show. The Morning Show is designed to wake you up each day through funny videos, stupid skits and whatever crazy ideas MOVE can come up with. Extended Recreation This is an opportunity for you to enjoy an extended afternoon of free time. With your group, you may leave campus to check out sites in the area, participate in a service project or enjoy the many activities available on campus. MOVE Station The MOVE Station is a great place for you to purchase MOVE apparel, sign up for The Alternative, tournaments, group photos and more. If you dont want to bring a ton of cash, the MOVE Station takes MasterCard, VISA, Amex and Discover. Be sure to know the location and posted hours of when they will be open throughout the week. Small Groups (D-Groups) Groups are to break up their students into small groups. This is an organized opportunity for groups to meet for intimate Bible study and discussion. Each youth group will be assigned a location where they will meet immediately following Encounter time. Please do not block sidewalks or stairs with your Small Group (D-group). Encounter Time Following the Morning Session, you will be dismissed to your Encounter Time and Small Groups (D-Group). This is an opportunity for you to participate in devotions that are tied to the daily themes. You can find these devotions in your student booklet. If you have any questions, look to your leaders as they will be prepared to help you make the most of this time. The Next Level If you are a graduated senior, MOVE invites you to attend The Next Level which is an in-depth Bible study taught by the Morning Speaker while everyone else is in their Encounter Time. This is

a great opportunity to for you to get an inside glimpse of that days theme, ask questions and be challenged in your faith. The Alternative MOVE provides you an opportunity to share your talents (singing, instrumental, bands, skits, poetry, comedic, etc.). You may sign up for The Alternative at the MOVE Station but do so quickly as spots are limited and fill up quickly. Come rehearsed and ready to amaze your fellow MOVE attendees! Student Survey We want to know what you think! At the end of your week with MOVE, please take the time to fill out the student survey page within your student booklet. You can turn in your completed survey to the MOVE Station before you leave. Group Photos Your group will have the opportunity to sign up and purchase custom group photos which will be taken on the MOVE stage and adapted to each years theme. You will receive copies of your photo by the end of the week. Photos generally cost $5 per copy.

MOVE Clothing Guidelines

What To Bring & What NOT to Bring


What To Bring:
Bible Notebook and pen/pencil Clothing for five days, including travel time Personal toiletry items, including prescription medication Bedding/sleeping bag to fit a single bed Camera Money for travel, the MOVE Station, offering, etc (optional) Athletic equipment for recreation time

What NOT To Bring:


Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, etc CD players, iPods, TVs, etc Refrigerators or air-conditioners

Extra Curricular Activities


The Alternative
We cordially invite you to participate in the once-in-a-life-time event known as The Alternative. The Alternative is a showcase of talent through the far-reaching expanses of ability, creativity and originality. This is your chance to show us all what you can do. Who knows, maybe you'll get spotted by someone who can get you a job? How dope would that be?! Maybe you sing, write, do poetry, comedy, juggle, perform minor surgeries, solve a rubik's cube, swing the nun-chucks, wrestle a gator or fly. Whatever you do that is awesome, come do it here! Here are the rules...
1. You get 2 mics & 2 direct boxes with instrument cables. That is all, nothing more, don't ask.... yes, we can hear your guitar. 2. There's a decent chance you will get some monitor wedges on the stage, but no promises. 3. In fact, if you make a comment about something being too loud or too quiet, we reserve the right to publicly embarrass you for being that guy 4. You get about a minute of setup time at best, so we'd recommend not bringing a drum kit or a model airplane to assemble. 5. Assuming you didn't bring your own stage-hands, you must provide, transport, and setup your gear. No you cannot use the band's gear (drums, guitars, saxophones), even if they told you you can... you still can't. Now if you need a guitar, there's usually that one girl with a blue guitar that will let anyone use it, go for that. She's nice. 6. You will have 3 minutes from start to finish, with a timer on the screen. So if you launch into a heartfelt monologue about how you wrote this song last night, and even if you start crying, the timer starts at your first word. Choose wisely. 7. There are a limited number of slots, when they are full, that is it. If you add your own lines to the signup sheet, we reserve the right to publicly embarrass you for not being able to follow instructions. Please write legibly, some poor intern has to type these into a computer so your name will appear on the screen, cut them a break.

Dont forget to sign-up at the MOVE Station!

Tournaments
You think you got game? Bring it, but know this at MOVE, we have serious fun but we play by the rules. Therefore, you will find below the proper etiquette, terms, and sundry regulations for our three tournament sports: 3-on-3 basketball, volleyball and the grand-daddy of them all dodgeball. Read the rules, know the rules and love the rules, because you will play by them. Sign-ups are at the MOVE Station. And please remember the dress code still applies. 3-on-3 Basketball
This is basketball at its half-court finest and fiercest. It doesnt matter if you are great at a hook shot, bank shot or if you even have a shot. You have to prove your skills for the ultimate bragging rights.
Only one adult on the floor/court per team First team to 15 wins. Scoring is by 2s and 3s. Half court play only. The tournament is single elimination. Teams must take the ball back past the 3-point line after every change of possession. Ball is live after the check. Check all dead balls at the top of the key. Offense calls fouls. Make it take it rules DO NOT apply. After a basket is made the opposing team gets the ball. If you are in the act of shooting and you call a foul. You get the ball at the top of the key. If a shot goes in after a foul is called then there is no bucket. Fouls must be called before the shot is near the rim or the foul does not count. Substitutions at dead balls only. NO CUSSING. NO TIMEOUTS.

Volleyball
This is 6-on-6 old school, so get your game on. Think you can bring it? Find five friends and prove it. (Guys this is your chance to get close to that girl you have your eye on. You never know winning the tournament could improve your odds.)
Only one adult on the floor/court per team The tournament is single elimination. Rally scoring. Play to 21: win by 2 or first team to 25. If you hit the net with any part of your body, the other team is awarded a point. No double hits. Call your own lines. Substitutions at serve only. No blocking or attacking the serve. No re-serves. Serves that hit the net and go over are live. NO CUSSING. NO TIMEOUTS.

Dodgeball
You will be using a tennis court as the Dodgeball tournament court. One team will be on each side of the net. We know it is smallbut dont complain, because true champions overcome adversity, so dont be that guy.
Only one adult on the floor/court per team Six team members per team will be allowed on the court during play. If you get hit anywhere on your body with a ball, YOU ARE OUT. The tournament is single elimination. If you catch a ball, the thrower is out, and ONE member of your team who was out may re-enter. The only time you may leave the box is to retrieve a ball. If you step outside the boundaries to dodge a ball YOU ARE OUT. If a ball is thrown at you and it bounces off a ball you are holding, and you subsequently drop your ball, YOU ARE OUT. Head shots are legal: Momma says, If you are dumb enough to get hit in the head, you are dumb enough to be out. If a ball is thrown at you and it bounces off a ball you are holding and someone catches it, no one is out.

You must have raving fans that are dressed the part, and as a result of the competition they must be hoarse from cheering for their team at the end of the tournament. If you are a weakling and the force of a ball thrown at you is great enough to knock you out of bounds, BUT you catch the ball. You are safe, the giant who threw the ball at you is out, and one member of your team can come back in. At the beginning of the match the dodgeballs must go to the back line before they can go forwardi.e. you cant just pick up a ball and drill someone from point blank range. NO CUSSING NO TIMEOUTS **Tournaments may not be offered at every MOVE event. Rules are subject to change per MOVE staff who are final authority on the court. ***Adults: Only one of you may be on the court/floor at one time.

We cant wait to see you at MOVE!

CIY 2011 Itinerary


Monday July 11th: -Meet at Elberton Christian Church at 9:00am. -Leave from ECC by 9:30am. -Stop for lunch near Dalton, GA. -Arrive at Lee University in Cleveland, TN about 2pm. -Registration 12-5pm -Dinner at 5pm on Campus -Adult meeting 6pm -Celebration 7:30pm Tuesday-Friday 12th-15th: -Daily Conference Schedule: Each day has a similar schedule that is set by CIY with the exception of Thursday which has an extended free time. -Here is a link to see the full schedule if you are interested: http://2011.ciy.com/move/event-info/schedule -During our extended free time on Thursday at 1pm we are scheduled to begin our whitewater rafting excursion on the Ocoee River. Saturday July 16th: -Leave Lee University by 8am. -Stop for breakfast/lunch/brunch on the way. -Arrive at Elberton Christian Church approx. 1pm.

Contact Numbers
MOVE 2011 July 11-16 @ Lee University-Chattanooga, TN

Darrell Asche Cell Phone: (423) 794-0860 Phone number & address at Lee University.: 1120 N Ocoee St. Cleveland, TN 37320 423-614-8648 Packages and letters can be sent to students please address them: Student name C/o CIY MOVE 1120 N Ocoee St. Cleveland, TN 37320

MOVE Rules
The adults of each youth group are responsible for ensuring students follow these rules. CIY reserves the right to dismiss any youth or adult who cannot abide by these rules. 1. Respect others and yourself. 2. No guys in girls dorms beyond the front lobby and vice versa. 3. Alcohol, tobacco, drugs and weapons are absolutely prohibited 4. Everyone must be in their dorms by the designated In Dorm Time. 5. For security reasons, no students with backpacks are allowed into the auditorium or cafeteria. 6. Follow the schedule. Be where you are supposed to be when you are supposed to be there. 7. During sessions, stay in your assigned seating. Please follow the posted seating chart. 8. Do not leave the auditorium once the speakers begin talking. 9. Respect the campus no TP, water balloons, shaving cream, sidewalk chalk, etc. No practical jokes! 10. Do not move furniture as you will be charged for any assessed damage. 11. Do not dial 911 unless it is a true emergency. 12. Absolutely no fireworks at any time during MOVE or while on campus property. 13. No food deliveries of any kind to the campus. 14. Students may leave campus ONLY with adult supervision; those staying behind must have an adult present. 15. Follow the MOVE dress code.

Darrells Rules and Expectations


MOVE 2011
--Distractions are anything that draws your focus and attention away from whatever it is you are doing.

**Purpose: MOVE summer conference is an opportunity to get out of our normal routine and element at home and meet with God in an intimate way free of distractions. The intent of these rules and expectations is to set boundaries that will enhance this experience.**
1) Follow MOVE rules (Sheet given in folder), College Campus rules, and any others rules encountered at all times because 2) We will be, representing Jesus and Elberton Christian Church to the world while on this trip. So please act accordingly. 3) When curfews are set while at MOVE (and there will be curfews) obey them. This might sound childish, BUT they are for your enjoyment of the trip and for your health, yes your health (spiritually, mentally, and physically). This week WILL be draining, so rest is very important to make it the best it possibly can be. 4) Mp3 players and iPods are allowed on the trip under the following conditions: a. Clean music ONLY!!! I know the kind of music that is out there and I cant be standing over your shoulder checking the titles on your iPods & mp3s. Clean isnt just no swear words, clean includes topics and meanings of things said as well. b. Must not get in the way of fellowship on the trip c. No internet usage if you have a device that can access the internet. (for example: itouchs, ipads, etc.) d. Must be left in the dorm rooms at ALL TIMES while at MOVE. e. Darrell or the present adult sponsor(s) have the authority to take music players away if any of these conditions are broken. f. If these conditions cant be met dont bring a music player. 5) Cell Phones are NOT allowed on the trip. I dont see any possible exceptions to this rule, 6) If you are unsure if something might be a distraction while on the trip, odds are it will be so dont act or take part in whatever that maybe. 7) Most important of all this is a great opportunity to spend close personal time with God, meet new people, and PLEASE HAVE FUN!!! ****Any questions regarding these or any other rules/expectations see Darrell. ****

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