TLC Camper Journal - Part 6: CRATE ESCAPE + Going Home
Posted Feb 26 '22
"As I walked to the car with my parents, I waved goodbye to my cabin once more. I kept smiling as I thought of all the great things that had happened this week. I couldn’t help but wonder, though, what next?"
TLC Camper Journal - Part 5: Conquer FEAR, Trust GOD
Posted Feb 5 '22
"...I thought of all the things I’d learned. I had learned to conquer fear, trust God, encourage others, have a positive attitude in every situation. Most importantly, I had renewed my passion for God. I had lots of things to share."
TLC Camper Journal - Part 4: NIGHT GAME
Posted Jan 4 '22
It was Wednesday night. After another great but completely exhausting day, it was now time to play the night game. Brenna and Lauren raved about it... As for me, I was skeptical. I would’ve preferred to be asleep in our cabin, but I tried to keep up my positive energy and have a good attitude. Our chapel speaker had talked a bit tonight about being joyful in every circumstance, not just when things were going exactly our way, because God had a wonderful plan for each and every one of our lives that would turn out for the best in the end.
TLC Camper Journal - Part 3: MUD PIT DAY
Posted Dec 6 '21
I went to sleep Monday night, still feeling the sensation of flying on the zipline. It had been alarming… for a moment. But after the initial shock, I had found that there was nothing more fun than going on the zipline at Twin Lakes Camp.
TLC Camper Journal - Part 2: NINJA CLIMB
Posted Nov 9 '21
My legs shook violently as I looked down. I was a long way up already. Why on earth had I agreed to do this? Brenna had talked last night about pushing ourselves beyond our comfort zone, which may have meant for people like me, who were absolutely terrified of heights, to attempt going on the high ropes.
TLC Camper Journal - Part 1: ARRIVAL
Posted Oct 8 '21
I couldn’t help but wonder why on earth I had agreed to do this. Not that I wasn’t excited. I had heard good things from Makenna about camp. She said that Twin Lakes was where she had first learned to know and love Christ. I looked forward to the spiritual aspect of camp. But naturally, I was skeptical. Living in the woods for a week did not sound entirely inviting, especially without Makenna.