Happy Thursday from the Ridge! Do you hear the sound of your alarm clock going off? No? That’s because yesterday was SLEEP IN DAY!
On Wednesday, we had a slow morning that included time with Jesus, breakfast, and a special activity class. Some campers went to the pool for water aerobics, some went to the Conga for Zumba, some went to the Cav for karaoke, some went to the gym (Big Bend), and some went to the game room (The Pinnacle)!
Next, we headed to Big Bend for a giant all-camp game of Zorb ball! Everyone’s a winner in Zorb ball, so congratulations campers!
We ate some delicious lunch in the Cav, then awarded some lucky cabins with the Spirit Stick and Chariot of Cleanliness!
After that, we watched Star hatch as a new creature from King Flurp’s planet. She even has a new name: Starg. Then, we witnessed King Flurp make a fool of his evil apprentice, Tiny, because he doesn’t think he’s truly evil. He abandoned him, so Captain Kronk and Lady Litness plan on teaching him some ways to get hype. King Flurp is going down!
After lunch, we went back to our cabins for some good ole’ Bible study. We learned in Philippians 2 that our minds and our example to the world (the way we live) should follow the example of Jesus. In Jesus, we have a unity that derives from selfless, humble service. This example is given to us in Jesus and will shine brightly to all around us. Our mind is to be committed to Jesus, our JOY to be complete in Him.
At Club, we learned about the danger of self-indulgence through the story of Solomon in Ecclesiastes. Pleasure will not give us joy because our hearts are after something much more permanent. We find this permanence in Jesus who gives everlasting fulfillment.
The day ended with an awesome dance party for our theme night: Drive-Thru Swervice. It may have even included a dance-off between Sticks and her camper, Bella! Is your favorite Pine Cove dance the Chainsaw or Church Clap??
Thanks for reading along as we continue to have a blast and learn about the Lord! We pray that hearts would be opened to the joyous truth of the gospel of Christ. Happy reading!