Name: Emily Marie Taylor.
Job: pot scrubber.
Nickname: Em, E.T.
Hometown: Franklinville, New Jersey.
High School/College/Grad. School/Seminary: Delsea, Gloucester County College. Lancaster Bible College!
Years on Summer Staff: This will be my third.
Years attending Delanco: Don’t even remember. I was a baby when I first came to camp.
Home Church: Sharptown Church.
Favorite childhood cartoon: Rocket Power and Rugrats.
Fondest Camp memory: There are so many. I would have to say a few of my favorites are eating ice cream out of a gutter, when the staff went to a Phils game, and rooming with Kait Farrow my first summer there!
Favorite Camp theme: I was not there for this camp, but the hockey theme done a few years ago sounds awesome.
Favorite snack in the Camp store: Mountain Dew and Snickers ice cream bars.
Favorite devotional book: I did a devo book called Salt and Light a while ago. It was about Elisha. I liked it a lot.
Favorite Bible verse: Galatians 1:10. 😉 That is one that has been on my heart lately.
Why did you want to be on summer staff this summer?
I want to be on staff because God wants me to be on staff, or He wouldn’t have put me there. I also think it is the coolest backyard ever.
What are you most looking forward to this summer?
I am looking forward to love and encouragement that I always recieve. I also can’t wait to run barefoot during free time. 😉
What impact has Delanco Camp had on your life?
The people there have helped me get through some things, and it has taught me a lot about how to really live for Christ.
If we were to do a reality show about this year’s summer staff, what do you think it would be called?
If you could live in any state and have your dream job, what would they be?
Florida, Phillie Phanatic. So during the offseason, I would live in Florida!
Went to a church. Heard about religion. Went to camp. Heard about a relationship with God. Then went to Bible College. Learned so much through camp and school. I have been growing like crazy in my relationship with God through those places.
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