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End of Summer Update!

THANK YOU for another amazing Summer Camp season! We ended the summer with 386 registrations, 10 Leaders in Training (LITs), and over 30 chaplains and volunteers.

Summer Camp transforms community in incredible ways. According to Jake Sorenson's research, Sacred Playgrounds, the Summer Camp experience has five significant fundamentals: it is faith centered, relational, participatory, unplugged from home, and provides a safe space. While we will never be able to fully measure the impact, we are blessed with glimpses that are shared and "God moments" that shine through. Each year, we learn of 

Family Campers who sing camp songs on repeat Culinary Campers who proudly make dinner for their family Out-Trip Campers who are busy planning their next adventure Horse Campers who return to take their family horseback riding on a fall weekend First-time Explorer Campers who lead their family in a campfire and Bible study Campers who want to learn song chords so they can play along next year New camp friends who keep in touch long after summer

The staff and Board of Directors at Caroline Furnace are grateful for your continued support of your outdoor ministry. Our goal for Summer 2020 is 450 camper registrations, and we need your help in getting there! Please continue to tell camper families about Caroline Furnace, refer summer staff, and encourage participation in year-round programs and Summer Camp. We appreciate you and hope to see you soon!

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God - what is good and acceptable and perfect. -Romans 12:2

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