Kickapoo Princess, Kat Haley from Ft. Worth, Texas, and Kiowa Princess, Jen Mullican from Atlanta, Ga., asked to serve back at K-1 so that they could help disciple the younger girls.
One of the big ways they get to do this is through Stunt, a performance that is a part of tribal competition. Each Princess creates an original script along with several dances that involve every single girl in her tribe.
“That’s why we both preffed K-1 as Princesses. We wanted to be a part of Stunt and be able to pour out spiritually to the little ones.” Jen said.
Although most of the preparation is done during the school year, the girls spend a day and a half at Kamp practicing and putting final touches on their costumes and performances. During this time, Kat and Jen get a chance to connect with the girls as well as the girls making friends and memories outside of their own cabins.
Each performance has a spiritual message intertwined into the storyline. Through teaching the girls the script, Kat and Jen have another opportunity to instill biblical truth in a fun, memorable way.
Through working together to accomplish a goal, the girls see the Body of Christ at work. Not every girl has a speaking part or a solo, but every single girl works together to produce an incredible performance.
“Stunt allows for girls to make friends with other girls who aren’t in their cabins as well as building tribal unity. And the girls love getting together to work on putting on the show. They not only have fun, but they get to see how to accomplish something together in Christ,” said Kat.
We are so thankful to Kat and Jen for the hard work they’ve put, not only into Stunt, but also in discipling younger Kampers.
If you’d like to read more about Stunt, check out K1’s blog post
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