Delanco Camp Community, I hope that this letter finds you and your families well in the midst of these crazy days we have been living in during the spring of 2020. As you are certainly aware, the effects of Covid-19 have been felt across every aspect of our society. Even now, as plans are put in place … Continue reading 2020 Summer Camp Update
Editor's Note: Today is day 42 of our 50 Years at Lake Agape countdown. Click here to read the other articles. One of the statements I hear regularly about Delanco goes something like this: After all of these years, it still looks the same... The exact quote differs from person to person, but that's the … Continue reading 50 Years at Lake Agape: Why I Love Delanco Camp
Winter is always a time of preparation at camp. Program directors begin to discuss themes and assemble their staffs for summer camp, projects and building repairs are planned, and much work takes place "behind the scenes." However, this year looks a bit different. In addition to our summer camps, we are privileged and excited to … Continue reading Delanco Camp partnering with Hurricane Sandy Relief Workers
Hundreds of years before the birth of Christ, God spoke through the prophet Isaiah a word of hope. God’s chosen people are being threatened from within and without. Enemies surround them and the threat of invasion and defeat are ever before them. Inside their borders, corrupt leaders and spiritual apathy create an expectation that all is not well. In the darkest of hours, hope and promise appear—God will continue to walk with and deliver His people.
Mark 5:21-43 The second half of Mark 5 contains two remarkable stories. Jairus, a leader in the Synogogue, comes to Jesus out of desperation after his daughter is found to be gravely ill. Jesus immediately responds and sets out for Jairus’ home. While on the way, a woman reaches out and touches his cloak. She … Continue reading Lent Reflection: Just a touch