Why would I use 'faith' to claim that I am more moral than everyone else? I obviously have no more morality ("family values") or moral authority than anyone else on the Earth, except it seems, if I were a religious Christian. Why would I publicly condemn and judge those who I believe to be 'morally unfit' like gays, sex workers, women who get abortions or even harmless idiots like those who cuss and swear?
Why would I demand to say "Merry Christmas", pray in public or erect crosses and the 10 Commandments; just so Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs and atheists can feel uncomfortable and excluded in their home countries? Why would I want to complain that I am being persecuted for actively practicing my Christian religion in the public square and in government, whilst showing minority faiths absolute disrespect?
Why would I want to believe that praying, church attendance, tithing, God's Grace or repentance have any substantial benefit in this world; when that time spent in church could be spent actually helping needy people? Or all that money given to churches and pastors/preachers living comfortable, posh lives in first-world countries could instead be given to the poor and the unfortunate?
Why would I ever want to believe that humans have 'original sin'? Why I would I want to have no hope in humanity, or the goodness and kindness of people? Why would I want to believe that all the suffering, misery and hopelessness in the world is required by an (1) an uncaring deity or (2) a merciless entity out to test his creations by causing them pain; instead of believing that there is NO God, and that on account of this, there is actual hope for humanity to better itself and ease it's suffering?
I wonder sometimes ...
You're not convincing us who are christians, we can see your error.
Young ones on the cusp of or into puberty are generally at the mercy of their hormones, their urges are strong and have not yet learned the control over their desires that adults [should] have. That's one of the reasons for adult supervision at these camps.