Wrapup

  • Changing Lives Through Outdoor Education Camps

    We concluded another incredible season of Spring Outdoor Education in April, and it was once again amazing to see the Lord’s hand at work.  Every week we saw God’s Kingdom grow, as students surrendered their lives to Him.  One of my favorite things is to listen to the stories the counselors share about the conversations […]

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  • Winter Camp 2017

    That’s It! Jesus answered, “The most important is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor […]

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  • God Moves on Mountains

    Encountering the Power of God God is in the habit of encountering His people on mountains. Sharing promises with Moses (Exodus 33:18-23), revealing His incomparable power with Elijah (1 Kings 18:41-46), making disciples (Luke 6:12-16), and teaching them to obey everything He has commanded (Matthew 6; Matthew 28:16-20). God still moves on mountains. God moves; […]

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  • Wagon Train: Summer 2016 Recap

    The sweet thing about working with kids from ages 8-11 years old is that they speak exactly what is on their minds. For the most part, it’s great. With that type of blunt honesty you also get the, “Are you almost done?” comments in the middle of a chapel message, or the occasional, “You know […]

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  • Meadow Ranch: Summer 2016 Recap

    1 Kings 18:37 says, “Answer me, O Lord, answer me, that this people may know that you, O Lord, are God, and that you have turned their hearts back.” When the Program team sat down last September to plan the summer theme for 2016, this was chosen as our main verse. We had the honor […]

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  • Ponderosa: Summer 2016 Recap

    Oftentimes at Hume we are on the search for stories of how camper’s lives have changed. Even when I find myself writing up an article for Hume News, I am trying to find and think through the coolest stories I have heard this summer. However, the story that has stuck with me was from one […]

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  • Wildwood: Summer 2016 Recap

    Distant from the noise of recreation, the picturesque lake, and the lights of the Opener, hides the best-kept secret of Hume Lake Christian Camps. That secret is Wildwood, a discipleship camp focused on training high school students to be disciples that go home and make disciples. This summer we introduced the spiritual disciplines through our […]

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  • Hume San Diego: Summer 2016 Recap

    Throughout each week this summer, we challenged students to proclaim God’s truth in an ungodly culture. On one Monday night, after our speaker shared the gospel, there was a student who was so moved and convicted by the Lord’s Spirit, that he knew he needed to fully surrender his life to the Lord. He confessed […]

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  • Hume New England: Summer 2016 Recap

    As a child, when I should have been taking a nap, I would steal a book from my bookshelf and read instead. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Theodor Seuss Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, was one of my favorite books growing up. One of the last lines of the book […]

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  • Kauai: Summer 2016 Recap

    The island of Kauai feels like a small town. Of the four counties of Hawaii, Kauai is the least populated. There are only about 65,000 residents. To put that into perspective the entire population of Kauai is about the size of Lodi, California. As with any tight community, relationships are very important. From Kekaha to […]

    0 comment October 3, 2016