Friday, September 22, 2006

Refreshed for Fall

Over Labor Day weekend we enjoyed our 23rd year at Wi-Ne-Ma Family Camp. We haven’t missed once in all those years. Our kids “grew up” at this camp and our lodging has felt like “home” over the span of years.
Family Bible Conference has always been a great way to start off our Fall schedule with a renewed mind and spirit. This year’s speaker, Kelly Fried really challenged us with 2 Peter 1:3-11. As he suggested, read it 35 times … it will move you from a life of complacency to living with intention.

Saturday evening the Moore’s hosted a wonderful salmon dinner (Mark, you are the GrillMaster!) and we celebrated Brian’s last birthday of the twenty-something years. Even though the weather was much cooler than we had anticipated, it was a great weekend to hang out at the coast.

Colin did an awesome job of adapting to our family tradition at Family Camp. He’s starting young in helping with clean up. He loves to sweep :)
I hope he will find the joy, spiritual growth, and refreshment this camp has to offer in the coming years.
Carry on, Colin …

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