Monthly Archives: April 2011

Questions to Ask to Evaluate Your Camp Activities as Unique

Keeping your program unique is important. If you’re just a cookie cutter program then you’re only another summer time commodity to buy. Utilizing your property assets, focused creativity and spiritual heritage is crucial.  Keeping yourself distinctive sets you apart from … Continue reading

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Camp Activity Criteria: The Large Group Game

The hunt for your summer activities is on. It matters that those games you are hunting for meet the right criteria for this summer’s program. The right game may seem to show up with ease, but will it pass the … Continue reading

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Ambition Check: Is My Ambition to Serve Others?

In his classic book Spiritual Leadership*, J. Oswald Sanders begins by questioning the leaders heart by posing this question, “Should it not be the office that seeks the man, rather than the man that seeks the office?” The question comes … Continue reading

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