good time at Turkey Hill. We were blessed and happy
that we went. Scott DeGroff the speaker talked about
prayer. Well, not just exactly prayer but that prayer isn't a "name it, claim it"
philosophy, about prayers being answered and when they seem like
they're not, and his prayer life and burdens that have been on his heart.
It was hot on Saturday, but Sunday we were blessed with a thunderstorm
during church and that helped cool things off. I enjoyed the singing times we
had at chapel.
|Turkey Hill Ranch Bible Camp|
|I'd say that Dad qualifies.|
|I never get to see Dad in an apron.|
|Director Glenn Thompson|
|Kathleen, Little Dale, and Dale Hansen playing together.|
|The Lobby is often full of activity.|
|Ben & Brandon, two young men excited about God singing "Amazing Grace".|
|Food line starting|
|Clouds moving in during chapel break.|
|After the rain|
|Camp CEO- Chief Exercise Officer|
|Phil & Katherine Hamilton and their son singing, "Mary, Did You Know?"|
|Phil, the guy in red, is blind! But he was a very happy person.|
|Matt, the sound system guy kept playing pranks on Glenn after a joke he'd made about the camp staff.|
|A guy named Andrew singing.|
|Sonny Williams, the director of the camp singing a song he wrote.|
|Time to clean up and part ways.|
|Dad helping put away the hymnals.|
By the way, thanks for thinking of me while I recovered from the pulled muscles in my shoulders.
I'm feeling so much better and back to normal! The first two days, I stayed in bed alot, then
throughout the week, I did light duty and didn't strain very much. I feel completely well now.
God healed me quickly. Today I was able to help Mom with groceries at the store and it
didn't bother me at all physically.
Lord willing the next post will be of George's 2nd birthday party from Saturday!