Summer Camp 2010

For several years, I begged three or four of the young men in our church youth group to go to camp with us. Their excuses were creative and varied, but bottom line was, they didn’t think camp was “for” them. Now, these are good kids, every one. They have grown up in church, attend a Christian school, are active in sports, have jobs. These fellas competed in Bible Drill competitions and constantly came away winners—good kids. Bored kids. In my heart, I felt that if they could be removed from their comfortable environments, where they were admired and loved by… Continue reading