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    Behind the Scenes: The Making of the Summer Film

    Sharing the Gospel through Video I often think back to the summer before my sophomore year of high school, sitting in Ponderosa Chapel, watching the 2001 summer theme video, Theb Roken. I would sit and eagerly await the next installment, thinking: “Someone actually gets to make this. How do they do that? Where did they [...]

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    Stand if You Want Jesus

    The Power of the Gospel Winter Camp 2014 has seen, literally, thousands of campers come through and experience the winter program. As the 9th and final week of winter camp gets ready to kick off tomorrow, I reflect on the incredible fruit from this season. This winter we focused on John 15:1-18 and wrestled with [...]

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    Hume Away From Hume

    D.I.R.T. 2014 What happens when you bring together: 390 men, boys and off-road machines, 85,000 acres of desert, 92 RVs, 1 challenging men’s speaker, 3,000 pieces of bacon, 300 pounds of tri tip, 1,000 pieces of sausage, 1,200 pancakes, 900 eggs, 450 gallons of water, 100 pounds of baked beans, 900 flour tortillas, 110 gallons [...]

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    How to Get the Most “Bang for Your Buck”

    Giving Appreciated Assets I am often asked how to get the most bang for the buck when giving to charity. The answer can really be very simple. If we give to charity, appreciated assets such as stock, mutual funds or real estate, we can avoid the capital gains tax and Medicare surtax. This will allow [...]

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    Why Hume?

    Out-of-State Churches Tell us Why With a myriad of Christian camps between here and there, many churches from outside of California are choosing to bring their students to Hume summer camps. Here are the responses from some of these youth pastors as we asked them the question: “Why come all this way to Hume?” Jamie [...]

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    Front Row Seats

    Watching God Work Julius Erving, commonly known as Dr. J, was an amazing basketball player. His play above the rim captivated a generation of fans, including me. It is hard to describe the excitement I felt as a high school guy when my family was invited by the chaplain of the 76ers to attend a [...]

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    Hume New England Update

    The Master Planning of HNE Continues Burning buildings. Falling trees. Unearthed boulders. It sounds like a disaster movie but in fact they are all welcomed sights at Hume New England. Sights that signify the groundbreaking stages of the new, highly anticipated location for the future “Main Camp.” Located just up the road from the current “Main [...]

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    Hume International: Thailand 2013

    Camp for Missionary Kids The middle of October found a Hume International team of 13 winging our way to Chiang Mai, Thailand to run two camps for both high school and middle school missionary and “third-culture” kids. God put together an incredible team who had both Hume experience and a passion to share Christ through [...]

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    Wagon Train Kitchen and Dining Pavilion Update

    Progress Continues As you can see from the pictures, progress on the new kitchen and dining facility is moving forward. Work to demolish the temporary facility literally started about ten minutes after the last student finished breakfast on the last day of camp for Week 10, and hasn’t let up since. Volunteers from Firefighters for [...]

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    Behind the Scenes: Life at Hume Lake

    When people hear that I live at Hume Lake, it inevitably leads to a series of questions about what life is like, living so remotely in the mountains. Here’s a little glimpse into the Hume life. Grocery Shopping Let’s just say that living 90 minutes away from Fresno, and the nearest major store, makes shopping [...]

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