K-Seven Kampers work together during challenge course activity.
We love hearing from our Kamp family—especiallywhen you tell us how Kamp principles impact you and your kids back home. It totally makes our day when we hear about someone in our Kamp familystretching her faith to the next level, and depending on Kamp friends andcounselors during the year to strengthen her walk with Christ.
Justrecently, a K-Seven Kamp mom sent me an encouraging letter about her highschool daughter Kelsey. Here is an excerpt from that letter:
Kanakukis, in my opinion, one of the very best spiritual investments a parent can makefor their children.
It has instilled in Kelsey a love for God, Hisword, and the importance of staying connected to a small group of Godly peoplewho encourage and hold you accountable.
Kelsey’s best friend is afellow Kamper who’s been with her the past 3 summers. They live 5 hoursapart but talk regularly, and
Hannah is who Kelsey calls when she needs totalk to a Godly friend.
Just last month, she called Becca, one of hercounselors from 2 years ago, and got tremendous encouragement from her
. Becca had Kelsey going all through theBible, using scripture to help her. Wow! What a comfort to a mom,when we need spiritual help in raising our kids!
Kids are our greatest national resource; each oneis uniquely made and important to God. Our desire is to place tools in thehands of our Kampers, so that when they get home, they understand how to livewith integrity, how to stand up to peer pressure, and how to stay encouraged intheir walk with Christ. Hearing how Kelsey stays strong by locking arms withher Kamp friends and counselors
what our Kamp family is all about:
Helping each Kamper influence and make aneternal impact within her circle of friends...
so that the love of Christ isspread to every life, every home, every neighborhood.
One Heart at a Time.
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