Strength For Service

Be sure to thank a Veteran for their service and say a prayer today for our men and women in the military all around the globe.

Here’s a cool free offer to check out too:

From Nov. 7-21, in honor of Veteran’s Day, Strength for Service is pleased to offer a free download of the Kindle edition of the popular devotional.

To download your free Strength for Serviceclick here.

While Strength for Service is geared toward the military and those in the service of others, many family members and friends find much comfort in the book’s inspirational words. Anyone can download this free version.

You do not need a Kindle to download this electronic copy – the version will also work with the free Kindle for Mac/PC and Kindle mobile versions.

Here’s a cool video that tells the story of Strength For Service

Junior High III 2010

Aug. 8-14

Junior High III is for youth entering sixth through ninth grades in the fall. During the week-long overnight camp, youth experience exciting night games, energetic worship led by Dove award winning recording artists Tenth Avenue North, crafts, swimming, age appropriate Bible teaching and a variety of fun during free time and in the dorm with new friends.

Deans: Mike Bill and Tricia Hatten-Jamison
Theme: LOST

Click HERE to register online.

Tucker Camp Begins!

Hahahahaha! Sorry Natalie.

One of the most awesome weeks of the summer begins tonight! Tucker Camp has been a staple in the summer season for the past six years. With creative ideas as to how to run their camp and a solid staff willing to help, campers have always appreciated Tucker Camp. Some of their past themes have been “Authentic Life,” “A different way to be,” “Ignite,” “I am…” and “Living on Purpose.” This year’s theme is “More and More.” If their past camps are any example of how fun this week should be, we’re going to be in for a fun, epic week.

Our speaker, Shane Smith, will be joining us tomorrow night to begin his sermon. He likes to try to learn everyone’s names by the end of the week. He usually speaks for Junior High III, which typically draws in about 100+ campers each week. So, I expect that 75 or so campers will not be a problem for him, at least in theory.

We had some mingle games tonight, Tucker Camp style, including some fan favorites, Women Wrestling over Men (essentially musical chairs with men as the chairs), Amazon Women (the men lie in the middle of the floor, link arms, legs, other appendages, if there are any and the women try and pull us apart), Streets and Alleys and some other fun games.

Thanks for letting your kids join us this week! It’s one we’re all looking forward to!

Kwolf