Today we continue our weekly Tuesday Testimony post where we are having campers, staff and parents share their story about how God used Delanco this summer in their lives. If you would like to share your story email dan.ulrich@delanco.org. If I had to name a specific date or event in which I began my journey… Read More


  Today we continue our weekly Tuesday Testimony post where we are having campers, staff and parents share their story about how God used Delanco this summer in their lives. If you would like to share your story email dan.ulrich@delanco.org.   “Dear God, DO IT, Amen.” That prayer said by our evangelist, Tim DePorter, always… Read More


Today starts our weekly feature called Tuesday Testimony where campers, staff and parents will share their story about how God used Delanco this summer in their lives. If you would like to share your story email dan.ulrich@delanco.org. Even in the chaos and uncertainty that comes with growing up; I’ve been blessed that Delanco Camp has… Read More


This past October I had the opportunity through my seminary to spend a week at the Abbey of Gethsemani monastery in Kentucky. It was an amazing time of silence, solitude and retreat. During a day we spent in complete silence our professor encouraged us on to take a prayer walk. We had been told by… Read More


Have you ever asked for an irrational present for Christmas? A pony while living in a townhouse or maybe a Red Ryder BB Gun at age 7? I remember when I was younger the two irrational gifts I asked for Christmas [for more than one year] were a shed and a full scale banana costume.… Read More


We are going to start off by memorizing a Scripture verse. 1 Thessalonians 5:17. Now if you have never memorized a verse in your life: today is your day. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 says, “pray continually.” In its simplest form prayer is communication with God. I am sure that some of us have had bad first… Read More


One of the staples of Christmas décor is the Christmas light. Some like to wrap every inch of their yard in multicolored lights, while others are more reserved with candles in their windows. Whatever you fancy is in the realm of advent luminosities, we can all agree that lights make Christmas time much brighter. As… Read More