Flying Car

The possibility of God calling you to a remote village somewhere in the middle of nowhere just became a little more appealing thanks to news that missionary Steve Saint’s flying car has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.

For Saint, whose father was killed in the mid-’50s trying to reach a tribe with the gospel in Ecuador, the flying car is more than just a really cool fulfillment of a Jetson fantasy. It will give missionaries spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ better access to more remote areas of the globe, including the very tribe Saint and his mom went to live with in Ecuador after they killed his father and four other missionaries (detailed in the film End of the Spear).

Pretty cool huh?

(Hat Tip: Church Crunch)

Give the gift of camp


A United Methodist’s Women’s group. A mom whose daughters were coming to camp. A grieving family. A person willing to share from their abundance.

These people all have something in common. They know that God does amazing things in the lives of students who come to Delanco and they want to make sure students can experience the love and grace of God at Delanco. These people and others, through their generosity, have made a week at camp possible for a student who could not otherwise afford to be there.

The names of those students who come because someone cared and wanted them at camp are known to very few, but Jesus knows each one; He provided a way for them to be immersed in His love at Delanco through the programs and through the people.  

Do you know someone who needs to be immersed in God’s love through the ministry of Delanco? There are still four more weeks of camp left in this summer season. Can you make sure that person is able to be there?    

To those who have given the gift of a week at camp:  Thank you for being an integral part of what God is doing at Delanco! 

Laurie Rambo, president of the Delanco Camp Meeting Association

(You can e-mail Laurie at laurierambo(at)