The Verdict on the Biggest Party Ever and Making a Music Video

The party last night was awesome! We had silly hats, lots of dancing (it was spontaneous, deal with it.), and loads of fun. I never did get to play Giant Scrabble against Samantha Cox (for those who don’t know, which should be everyone, Sam and I have been playing Scrabble on Facebook for quite some time now. We played 16 games, I won 2.) So, I was hoping that I’d reclaim at least some pride with this, but alas. Maybe next time.

Anywho, some people got shake n’ baked, including our missionary for the week who was introduced to the ways of Delanco Camp this week. Welcome, Keturah, to the community we all love called Delanco Camp.

Today, we made a music video to some rap song that I’ve never heard of. Haha.

Tonight was testimony night during service. We played a few songs and then left some time open for everyone, who wanted to, to come up and speak what’s been happening in their lives. For the sake of privacy, I won’t be detailing what was spoken about.

Thanks for letting your kids join us this week, they’ve been a blast!

Have a good night,
Kwolf

Supersized Bathroom Signs

Last year at Camp Meeting, it was Superhero Bathroom signs to go along with the theme for the week. This year, my talented sister-in-law Faith made supersized bathroom signs for the dining hall to go with the Small Is The New Big theme.

Unlike my fellow blogger who seems to be confused by the theme for this week, it makes a lot of sense to me (maybe you have to be a Ralph to get it?). When you enlarge/supersize things around you it makes you seem smaller and thus part of the new thing, which this week is being small like David instead of big like Goliath.

As the speaker for the week, Chris Low, has pointed out, and the band Me In Motion reminded us at Bodinestock III, Jesus has a thing for losers; he’s all about the underdog and doesn’t really care too much for people looking down on others because they are small or young.