More of the King Publishing produces youth Bible study lessons written specifically for the camp setting. Author Debbie Morris has more than 40 years of experience working in Christian camps and loves the opportunity camp provides to reach kids with the Gospel. Having home-schooled her own three daughters, as well as teaching Sunday School regularly, she knows how to reach children and teens.

Debbie knows that study materials for camp have to speak directly to the campers at their level, as well as providing structure and inspiration for busy camp leaders.

Our name, More of the King, comes from this quote by John Piper:

"The zeal of the church for the glory of her King will not rise until pastors and mission leaders and seminary teachers [and camp staff] make much More of the King. When the glory of God himself saturates our preaching and teaching and conversation and writings, and when he predominates above our talk of methods and strategies and psychological buzz words and cultural trends, then the people [campers] might begin to feel that he is the central reality of their lives and that the spread of his glory is more important than all their possessions and all their plans."
John Piper
Let the Nations Be Glad! (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 1993), p. 38.

Our aim is to encourage youth to:

Deal directly with God’s Word and so to meet its Author
Handle God’s Word responsibly.
Continue Bible reading at home
See Jesus as their only treasure–to make much more of the King!

See samples of each book in the Shop, order sample sets (only $6.00!) to see the quality of the books, and get ready for your next camp season with More of the King.


“The “Looking unto Jesus” lessons sparked some good conversation with the campers. I personally learned a lot through them and that made it easier to convey the message to the kids.”
Living with Hope for teens
“The instructions were clear and easy to follow. The headings that outline the aims, supplies and things to do ahead are great helps.”
“Giving us ideas for visual aids is extremely helpful, as well as the ideas for hand-outs.”
“I wanted to let you know that I received a letter from one of my campers. She reminded me of the verse that we had learned in Phil 2:4. Her comment was "Remember to DENY yourself for the sake of others!" The other thing she mentioned was the bracelets we made with the googly eyes that were to remind us to LOOK for an opportunity to bless someone else and to deny ourselves. This is just a note to encourage you that the Word is on her heart, and the lessons that she learned at camp are on her mind. What a true privilege to share God's Word and to see firsthand that the Word is living and active and doing its work in the heart of a young woman.”
Learning to Follow for grades 5-7