This last Advent Devotion comes to us from Emily Evans.  “O come, all ye faithful, Joyful and triumphant come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem. Come and behold Him, Born the King of Angels! O come, let us adore Him , O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, Christ the… Read More

Delanco Camp Board of Directors has hired our next caretaker, Jake Booz. This position is responsible for the oversight of all buildings and grounds as well as facilitation of off season rentals of the camp. Jake and his wife Summer have moved into the Caretaker’s House and are getting acclimated to life at camp.   We asked… Read More

Today’s Advent Devotion comes from Jack Broomell. Check back each day for a new devotion. Everyone is gearing up for Christmas and some might even have all their shopping done, while I have about 20% done. While I write this devotion I am coming off of my first Christmas party with my new youth group.… Read More

  My wife, Leah, was recently reading through the latest edition of Magnolia Magazine. The theme for the issue was “Wonder.” That word has stayed with me over the last couple of weeks and has shaped how I’ve been navigating this Advent season. Wonder is something that often escapes me. I like to be in… Read More

What was the best Christmas present you remember getting? Was it a video game, bicycle, doll or cell phone? Do you remember your excitement and joy when you opened the present and saw that gift that you wanted so much? Do you still have that gift? Maybe you asked Santa for it or begged your… Read More

  Today’s Advent Devotion comes from John Chaffee. Check back each day for a new devotion. I bet if you were to ask people to share their favorite memory of Christmas, no matter who you ask, you’re gonna get a good story. My own personal memories of Christmas are filled with good times at my… Read More

  Isaiah 8:1-15 This past week marked the celebration of an annual event in Paraguay, the country God called me to work in over 25 years ago now. December 8th is the feast day of the Virgin of Caacupé, and many thousands of people make the pilgrimage to her basilica to thank a small statue… Read More

Christmastime brings us lots of familiar stories of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, the shepherds and wise men and so on.  Seldom do we hear of a faithful man named Simeon and his deep desire to see the Christ child.  He’s not in the nativity, that’s for sure.  You can find him in Luke 2:25-25.  If… Read More

Today’s Advent Devotion comes from Dayle Tate. Check back each day for a new devotion.   It seems that many people find the virgin birth to be unbelievable. If they find it plausible, they often think of it as unique, special, but unimportant. It can be treated like an interesting side fact of the incarnation.… Read More