This is possibly one of my favorite camps. The kids are so carefree, easygoing and they enjoy the little moments that make this Camp fun. Plus, the food is pretty good too. But, I also have a kitchen staff member and the head cook sitting to my right and left respectively. So, yeah, may be a little forced today.
A few campers took the opportunity to go fishing. In fact, what may go down into the Delanco Camp History books, within fifteen minutes of the registration line closing, someone caught Wompus. Impressive. Impressive indeed.
In his sermon tonight, Rob Lewis, our evangelist, spoke about Jesus and how He loved everybody, from older people to babies. He spoke about how Lucy, in the Chronicles of Narnia, backed into something spectacular, Narnia, just like we should find our way to Jesus. Each night, Rob is going to give us a service word. Tonight’s word, it’s really a phrase but, we’ll accept it. The word (phrase) is ‘Welcome, come right in!’. He challenged us to be welcoming and accepting to all.
Tonight, we had a grease night for snack, including mozzarella sticks, chicken dinos and pizza balls and played some ‘Get to know you’, mingle games.
We’re looking forward to a great week, so if you have a child here, thanks for allowing them to come and stay with us for more updates.
Quote of the Day: ‘And then Wompus came out of the trash can and ate him!’ Haha, I love Junior Camp…
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