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“I tell you, in God’s sight he is no preacher who does not care for the children. There should be at least a part of every sermon and service that will suit the little ones. It is an error which permits us to forget this.”  Charles Spurgeon I believe that there are three foundational truths that children and youth need …

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New for 2015

A new cabin for the boys A new staff cabin A dining shelter for kitchen staff Lanes game Spike Ball Great new Tuck Shop items plus much more ……

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5 WAYS CAMP CHANGES THE WORLD

  1. Camp is a place where you make lasting friendships that shape your future.  It is no surprise that in a place where you are sharing living quarters, eating together, creating memories every day, getting to get into God’s word with others asking the same questions, and laughing a whole lot that you naturally create strong bonds of friendship. 2. Very few …

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No Child Left Inside

Recently, I watched with a smile as I witnessed 2 children run outside in their bare feet, on the still partially snow-covered ground. Eagerly, they worked in unison to catch the dripping sap from the maple trees to be collected and boiled down into delicious, pure, homemade maple syrup. It was the usual busy, weeknight in this family with dinner …

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Camp helps kids develop lifelong skills — and friendships

For many people, summer camp is one of the sweetest memories of childhood.  It is at camp that we form some of our first real friendships, learn new skills, gain independence and begin to really see the connection between ourselves and the rest of the world. Camp gives kids confidence to grow and explore, arms them with skills that will …

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Build Character, Gain Self Esteem, Develop Leadership

THE CHERITH CANOE TRIP A wonderful out-trip experience that will provide opportunities for the campers to focus on teamwork and communication while building character and self confidence. Campers will learn leadership skills, develop responsibility and mature socially and spiritually. Campers will also be taught  canoeing skills, how to plan and prepare meals on an open fire and gain basic camping …

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So … What’s New?

With Spring finally here, it is time for a quick update. 1. A number of programs are almost full; several of the Equestrian Camps have only 1 or 2 spaces remaining, regular Riding Lessons are filling quickly, the CILT One class is almost full, the Junior Leadership Camp is 3/4 full, some of the Adventure Camps are 2/3 full 2. …

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Three Options – R.C. Sproul

When we transgress the law of God, we are left with three chief options: (1) We can repent, which involves change in us. (2) We can redefine the basics of ethics to meet our level of behaviour. (3) We can redefine the character of God to make Him less threatening to us. The latter two options are less painful to …

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7 reasons you should work at a camp this summer…

It’s no secret that I’m an advocate for camp. I believe that everyone as a child should get the chance to spend a week at camp once a summer. They deserve to be out in nature, away from technology, enjoying independence, getting a little (or a lot) dirty. They just deserve it. But I also believe that every young adult …

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LESSONS FROM THE CHURCHES IN REVELATION

Don’t lose your love for God’s truth or His people (Rev. 2:1-7 church @ Ephesus) Remain faithful in the face of tribulation and poverty (Rev. 2:8-11 church @ Smyrna) Resist Satan’s influence, even to death, if necessary (Rev. 2:12-17 church @ Pergamos) Resist false teaching (Rev. 2:18-29 church @ Thyatira) Remain zealous and pure in conduct (Rev. 3:1-6 church @ …

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