Are you football-obsessed? Does following the Scottish national team make you football-distressed? Do you want to do something about it? Well, training for Euro 2032 starts here! Join the Junior Football Squad. Action! Goals! Skills! Football. Football. Football. Training. Games. Stadium Tours. This summer you can be involved in the football drama, alongside learning about the greatest drama that has ever happened. You may not make Euro 2032, but you are a part of the biggest event in history! Learn about Jesus, and why His life matters to you! Junior Football camp is waiting for you!
Stewart Johnson and Iain “Cheeks” Morrison
Age: P6 – S2 (boys)
Stewart is a sports-loving islander who absolutely loves camp! He was brought up on the beautiful (and windy) island of North Uist, and studied Sport and Physical Activity at Strathclyde University before working as a ministry apprentice at Rosskeen Free Church, and then as a Ministry Assistant at Dowanvale Free Church. He’s married to Sarah, and they live in Edinburgh with their wee girl, where Stewart works as a Primary Teacher and Sarah works for the Mission Board of the Free Church.
Stewart’s faith was heavily influenced through football camps, and he became a Christian at camp in 2006. He’s delighted to be spending a week in the summer with boys who have the same passion as himself for the wonderful game of football! More importantly, he’s excited to be part of a team that shares the amazing story of Jesus and how God’s love for His children is unconditional and unfailing.
Cheeks is from Ness, Isle of Lewis, and he studied Civil Engineering at Strathclyde University. He now lives in Edinburgh with his wife, Liana, and works at Redeemer Church as a Minister in Training, alongside studying at Edinburgh Theological Seminary.
Cheeks has led at football camp a number of times, and his favourite thing about football camp is that it’s football… ALL the time! Even the talks have football trivia in them! He also loves the Leaders vs Campers match, but most importantly he loves the opportunity that camp provides to tell young people about Jesus, whether it’s for the first time, or reminding them how good Jesus is. He also loves that camp gives the young people the chance to chat and to ask questions that they might not ask their parents or even their minister.
If Cheeks ever finds himself with spare time, he likes to play football, watch football, or nap!
Belhaven Hill School