The Doxazo Summer Intensive, also known as DSI, is a ten-week leadership training experience designed to help high school and college-age students learn how to live out their faith in their daily lives as well as gain valuable practical and spiritual discipleship skills.  All DSI students participate in a retreat at the start of the summer; weekly large group gatherings called Summer Life and small groups called Family Groups; and complete a total of 80 service hours by the end of the summer, 40 of which will be completed at a Doxazo Camp.

During Summer Life, students hear from a speaker on a topic related to our summer theme, worship, engage in small groups, and do an activity together, such as Capture the Flag.  During their weekly Family Group meetings, students share a meal, do activities, and process their week with the Family Groups.  Please click here to view our list of FAQ’s about DSI, including more information about serving at Doxazo Camp and completing service hours.

College age students and older can choose to participate in DSI as well as be a Family Group Leader or just be a Family Group Leader. As a Family Group Leader, you are assigned two-four other students in DSI who you are responsible for mentoring during the summer, planning and attending a weekly Family Group meeting, and attending the DSI retreat, all Summer Life activities, and all Family Group meetings.  All Family Group Leaders also must attend an additional week of evening trainings the week before the retreat.  Please contact Abbie Stuart at if you have any questions or click here to apply to be a Family Group Leader.


May 28, 2019 — August 5, 2019


High School and College Students