Over the next several weeks, we are going to be profiling the summer staff members. Up first is a familiar face from last summer, Steph Di Novi. Please keep the permanent staff members in prayer as they prepare for the camp season.
Name: Stephanie Lynn Di Novi
Nickname: Steph, Roxy, Pazza (italian for ‘crazy’)
Years on permanent staff: second year =)
Years attending Delanco Camp: Four.
Hometown: Elk Township
High school/college/graduate school/seminary: Delsea Regional High School
Home church: Trinity UMC (Clayton)
Favorite foods: Anything Italian, seafood, and cold pizza
Favorite music: A mixture of rap, hip hop, rock, and acoustic
Favorite movies: A Walk to Remember, Mean Girls
Favorite sports teams: Whoever wins =) (im not into sports lol)
Favorite Delanco Camp memory: The day the outside staff took us (kitchen staff) into the enchanted forest… and then it rained. =)
Bible verse you think speaks most to where you are right now: ‘Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go…’ – Psalm 143:8
I chose this verse because this year has been very hard for me and I’ve had a rough time staying faithful to my relationship with Christ. I’ve constantly needed his guidance and love throughout this year and without it, I’d be so lost. But because He is the God of love, He refuses to give up on me and never fails to show me the way.
Do you have a hidden talent? I wish I did, but I’ve got nothin’. 😉
When did you become a Christian? The summer of my 7th grade year.
What made you want to work at camp this summer? The amazing blessing it was to my life working there last summer made me not want to miss that opportunity again.
What are you looking forward to most this summer? Having new people on staff so that there are more people to join our family and having God lead me to the campers that are crying out for help.
Name something unique about you that didn’t come up in your permanent staff interview: I don’t know about unique, but maybe random- I am currently studying Italian and hope to either attend college in Italy or study abroad in Italy for a year. I also hope to pursue a career that allows me to travel to there and many other countries.
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