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God Worked through a Camper instead of Me

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God Worked through a Camper instead of Me

By Mikaela Jones, who served on the 2014 summer staff at InFaith’s Cocolalla Bible Camp in Idaho

This summer at camp for eleven- and twelve-year-olds, I was having one-on-one time with my camper, who was sure she was saved, even though she couldn’t really tell me exactly what the gospel was even after I explained it to her. I decided to keep praying for her and talk to her later that day. Continue

Mt. Hope Bible Camp

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Mt. Hope Bible Camp

By Ethan Batschelet, missionary with World Gospel Mission who served on the 2014 summer staff at InFaith’s Mt. Hope Bible Camp in Ohio

One week this summer I was able to observe and be a part of Mt. Hope Bible Camp as both a camp staff member and as a visiting ministry. It was a real pleasure to be there and witness so many people coming to Christ or rededicating a dormant relationship they may have had with the Lord. Continue

New Plans for New Tires

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New Plans for New Tires

By Wayne Lidbeck, who serves with InFaith in California

When I purchased my truck twenty-one years ago, it had beautiful raised white letters on the tires. Not having been able to repurchase tires like those in the past, I decided when it was time for new tires earlier this year that I would order them this time around and make the truck look like new again.Continue

Endurance for Dry Times

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Endurance for Dry Times

By Sam Lampe, who served on the 2014 summer staff at InFaith’s Cocolalla Bible Camp in Idaho

Through camp this summer, God was teaching me that I need to endure and keep serving Him even in spiritually dry times. This year, since I was only doing programming work, it could feel more like a job than a ministry. Even though I was at a Bible camp, it could feel very spiritually dry. Continue

Breaking through the Boredom

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Breaking through the Boredom

By Alyson Keaton, who served on the 2014 summer staff at InFaith’s Mt. Hope Bible Camp in Ohio

For years now, I have known that God is calling me into some kind of youth ministry. I am highly involved in my church youth ministry and am majoring in middle-school education. I love students and really understand the importance of finding Jesus at a young age. Continue

Serving as Camp Nurse

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Serving as Camp Nurse

By Cindy Gaffney, who served at InFaith’s Forward Bible Camp during the summer of 2014

My name is Cindy Gaffney and my role at camp was camp nurse. It was my third year at camp, and every year gets better, with this year being the very best. I am very interactive with the campers and don’t sit in the office and wait for them to come to me. By the end of camp I have usually made contact with most all the campers in one way or another. I tend their cuts, put insect repellant on their bites, and give them hugs when they are homesick. Continue