Boredom is Not an Option

“I like getting to know everybody.” -Rileigh, age 13

“There are a lot more kids than I expected” – Jan G.

“It’s great to see the next generation take leadership at Family Camp.” – Barb B.

Just like the disciples on the boat who woke Jesus to calm the violent water, we all *know* we can trust God but many times actually doing it can be tough.  This was the discussion at Family Camp devotions Wednesday morning. Kids and adults alike wrestled with this concept and shared thoughts of ways we can not only say we trust God but to put those words into action.


One of the great things about Family Camp is the mix of group activities and time to do your own thing.  Kids have had a blast with glow sticks, making ice cream, playing Frisbee golf, squirt gun painting.


Of course the beach pleases all ages. From chatting with new friends, digging holes in the sand, and lounging in a raft, to sleeping in a beach chair, hopping waves, and building sand sculptures.

In the pavilion, kids can almost always be found making and exchanging friendship bracelets. Games of Risk, Uno, and others keep the giggles coming from kids and adults alike.

There is no such thing as being bored at Family Camp!



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