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Signing and Singing boys
Chuck and Karla did a great job teaching the lower elementary kids (as always)
Friends Don’t Let Friends Sit Alone
“I gotta wash all these?!?”
A national believer made all these for our kids as a love gift. She was disappointed that she couldn’t come and help in the kitchen so she made these and blessed us with them. Her daughter and a friend walked an hour round-trip to deliver them!
She was counting.
Every craft is a masterpiece.
The kids always enjoy the crafts…even the ones too young to be campers.
Miguel and Becky taught the older youth concepts regarding biblical storytelling in oral-based people groups.
“Is it meal time yet?!?”
Miguel the pancake maestro
EVERYONE looked forward to what would come out of the kitchen!
Game time is always a highlight.
Ready to play!
Since the multi-purpose building is incomplete, we covered the exposed re-bar for protection. Wouldn’t want anyone to fall on one of these!
Tina did a great job directing the games
Learning the rules.
Huddle up for this one
Our hard-working kitchen crew
The older boys enjoyed having Miguel as their counselor this year. Who wouldn’t like a guy with a Mario hat?!?
The kids loved snack shack the best…maybe that was because I helped run it…no…probably not.
Tim led the older youth in music. He also led our combined chapel music too. He has amazing talents. “Finger-pickin’ good!”
Chat time in between chow time is always a highlight for the adults.
Elegantly graceful with eggs
Best camp food ever!
“I can do almost anything with coffee in-hand.” (an obscure passage, but it gets me through most mornings)
Making coffee is one of the most important chores to be done at camp.
Making my own cup of coffee is definitely THE most important chore at camp! 🙂
Both groups of kids enjoyed two 2-hour Bible sessions each day. They loved it!
What’s up? or rather, ¿Qué pasa?
Hola, I’m Alan. I’m a missionary living in Mexico.
We have a heart for MK Education and so we teach at a local Christian school with MK students as well as nationals and foreign students as well.
I occasionally write or have a pic to share with you at my blog, Knowing Your ABCDs, which you can read with a click on the button above. You can read my blog with a click on the button above.