Monthly Archives: January 2012

Open Up My Life Lord…

Ministry is unending, tiring. For my camp ministry friends who are in the middle of the grueling off season of retreats, promotion and recruiting,  I wish to give this reminder that effective ministry comes from the regular devotion to God … Continue reading

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Stalking God

An outdoorsman wanting to see wildlife becomes a stalker – very still and silent. Blending into his natural environment, he desires to make himself a forgotten presence, no longer noticed by the life surrounding him, so that he can see … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Clavin's lore:
I had a great meeting with a friend, yesterday — America’s second oldest teenager.  Jon is two years older than I (forty-seven for those scoring at home) but looks and lives twenty years younger.  He’s…

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Camp Program Sabbatical – Its Time Has Come

Living in the middle of Ohio’s Amish hill country, I see from my front window hills contoured for crop rotation. Farmers strategically plan to rest the ground to keep insects in check, add nutrients and help restore productivity. The thoroughbred … Continue reading

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Waiting on God

I finally enjoyed a couple of days hiking in the snow. Each season endows us with its own beauty, for which I intend to enjoy each moment of God’s created Glory. Thought and decisions in the making rummaged through my … Continue reading

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Hiking in the Glory of Creation

Bless the LORD, O my soul! O LORD my God, You are very great: You are clothed with honor and majesty, Who cover Yourself with light as with a garment, Who stretch out the heavens like a curtain.  Psalm 104:1-2 … Continue reading

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A Focused Camp Ministry

Last November I visited a well focused and defined camp. Spring Hill Camps in Evart Michigan hosted a tour for few camp people like me and immediately got my attention with a statement something like this, “Spring Hill is primarily … Continue reading

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