CentriKid Camp 2015

The kids have made it back from camp with all body parts still intact…minus a tooth!

Last week, we took the kids to Louisiana College for CentriKid Camp 2015. It was an incredible time of fun and faith. This year’s theme was FIT: Faith in Training. We discovered what can happen when we search for God with all our heart (Jeremiah 29:13).

Campers discovered more about the spiritual practices that help them grow in their faith. Kids internalized God’s word and allow Him to be their teacher. Each day, the camp provided kids with some practical, take-it-home tools for using spiritual practices as they grow their faith. The daily themes focus around the idea of being a disciple — very simply, a follower of Jesus Christ.

DAY 1: A DISCIPLE IS A FOLLOWER OF JESUS CHRIST

DAY 2: A DISCIPLE ENCOUNTERS GOD THROUGH HIS WORD

DAY 3: A DISCIPLE EMBRACES GOD THROUGH PRAYER

DAY 4: A DISCIPLE ENGAGES WITH GOD THROUGH GIVING

DAY 5: A DISCIPLE EXPERIENCES GOD THROUGH CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

I can’t start to tell you how much fun this trip was! From running away from a skunk we never actually saw, to dipping our broccoli in soda before eating it…I know I’ll carry many, many memories of this week with me.

I’ll be giving out a report to the church soon, but until then, please enjoy these pictures of our stay at Louisiana College.

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  1. […] recently returned from CentriKid summer camp, and it was a blast! You can read all about it in my previous blog post. Each day, campers discovered what it means to grow in your faith. And not only did the kids get a […]

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