Monday, August 16, 2010

This is the chapel building (they have chapel in the morning because it gets very warm in here in the evening...) and below it is the dining hall.

The first few days of camp it seemed like the campers, particularly the teens, were very unresponsive to the preaching and spiritual things, but the Lord worked, and by the end of the week about 18 boys and girls accepted Jesus as their Savior! and many others gave their lives to Christ. It was pretty exciting!

I got to pray with one little boy - he was crying - and in all the years I've worked with children, I've never seen that. Aaron got to lead several children to the Lord and we also were able to talk to half-a-dozen teens or kids that had some questions about eternal security and other things like that.
This was the outside of our cabin -
We were very spoiled - you know how camp normally is, well, they let us stay in a brand new cabin that looked more like a hotel than camp!
The last morning, they had a baptism for a few of the children who had been saved.
We had to pull this big trailer to Badger on Friday afternoon, so we borrowed this big desiel truck for the week - it was kind of fun :)

1 comment:

Daniel and Rachel said...

Wow, that is so precious...I've seen children cry a few times after hearing a sermon or something that really moved them, and you KNOW it's for real!! :)

Your cabin looked beautiful!! I'm sure you wouldn't mind having a house like that, let along a CAMP cabin!! Haha...