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We talk much about the impact of camp on kids, but what about the impact of camp on the staff?



“Small groups have become a part of the programming most churches offer their people. For the most part, they are disappointing and short-lived – by the very admission of those who try them. There are two reasons. One, you can’t just throw a random group of people together for a twelve week study of some kind, and expect them to become intimate allies. The sort of devotion we want and need takes place within a shared life.”

John and Stasi Eldredge: Ransomed Heart

That’s it – as staff we live together, play together and do the really hard work to create camp for the kids. In the space of 12 weeks we share life together, and the friendships created can last a lifetime. Camp is a unique place in our world, impacting each one of us.

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