We’re back! Actually, we got in from Michigan Wednesday night, but things have been so hectic that I really haven’t had the time to post anything — including responding to several comments on old blog posts that collected while we were gone.
And I don’t have a whole lot of time right now, either! I am wrapping up a sermon for tomorrow and longing for that fluffy pillow waiting patiently for my head, but I wanted to take a break and write a quick “thank you” to those who prayed for the teen camp. It truly was a fantastic experience, and I am very thankful to have been a part of it this year. The ministers who serve as the camp’s architects and the volunteers who serve as its engine do a phenomenal job, and while I appreciated the fruit that I have seen resulting from their labors over the years (thankful families and stronger teens), I appreciate all of it that much more having personally seen it in action.
That God was at work at our teen camp should have been obvious to even the most casual observer, and, again, it was a privilege being a part of it this year.
In other news, I did spend some time at camp reflecting on this blog and its purposes and whether or not it might be time to hang up the “blogger” hat for now and move on to other things. I hope to comment on those reflections in the near future.
Have a great Sabbath, and I’ll try to post again soon after the weekend is over!