As the summer season quickly approaches, we’ve asked the Delanco summer staff to tell us a little about themselves!
1. Name: Caleb Christopher Janusz
2. Nickname (if you have one): I do not have a nickname
4. Age: 17 years old
5. Years on Summer Staff: 1 years on Delanco summer staff
6. Years Attending Camp: 2 years attending Delanco camp.
7. High School/College: I am home schooled.
8. Home Church: My home church Zarephath Christian Church
9. Favorite Delanco Memory: My favorite Delanco memory is being with the campers on the dock. I enjoy being with the campers, encouraging them and having fun with them.
10: If someone made a movie of your life, which actor/actress would play you? Jonathan Lipnicki, when I was young everyone said that I looked like the kid in Stuart Little.
11. You’ve been given access to a time-machine. Where would you go + why? If I had a time machine I would want to go back in time to see battle of Tel Fahr in the Golan Heights, during Israel’s Six Day War. I would go back to that time because my favorite brigade called Golani Brigade and my favorite battalion called Barak Battalion. This battalion protected the Sea of Galilee and many historical Christian places.
12. What are you most looking forward to this summer? I am looking to fellowship with the campers this coming year, but also to perform the best I can be at my job. To glorify God’s and Jesus’s name in everything I do this summer.
13. Favorite Bible Verse: Numbers 6:24-26
“The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord Make His Face Shine upon you and be gracious to you; The Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace.”
14. Briefly describe your testimony. One day when my mom and I were driving in the car. I asked my mom, “Mom how to I accept Jesus into my heart? My mom said, “You just have to pray to him.” I closed my eyes and prayed for Him to come into my life. I then asked my mom, “How many times do I have to pray in order for Him to come?” My mom responded, “Just once.” Just in case I prayed a few more times. I was about 3 years old. I went to private school in Brooklyn, New York for about 6 years, and I was bullied there. I learned 2 key lessons in private school, Matthew 5:44 “But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” and Luke 6:29 “If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them.” Later I moved to New Jersey, and went to a public school. I began to back pedal away from Jesus. I tried to be a different person, I tried to become popular. At the end of that year, I saw this was not me. For the rest of my public school years I went around my school talked to students and teachers or anyone who wanted to listen. I talked about Jesus all the time to the point of kids calling me JJ, which meant Junior Jesus. I was on a major and long spiritual high. Then I hit a wall and again was unbalanced with my walk with Him. I just started high school. At the end of my year of high school I decided I needed to leave. I botched up big time during my time there. Then I began to be home schooled and rekindled my walk with Him slowly. During the time I was home schooled I got dig deeper with God. He presented me with so many opportunities. The main one is being able to take a college Biblical Studies class and finish as a senior in high school this year as a 17 year old. I am really nothing without God and Jesus; there is no “You can do it all by yourself”. God and Jesus is my walking stick. Only with them I can walk.