Last year, I worked as a camp counselor at Pine Springs Ranch Christian Camp (PSR). My experience at the camp was cut short due to a forest fire which significantly affected the camp. Due to considerable damage to the sewage plant and other facilities, the camp was cancelled for the summer.
So I was fired. quite literally.
But during my few weeks there, I jotted down the following “lessons” for the sake of my own memory.
1) There’s nothing more important than calling kids to Jesus Christ.
2) There are very few things that are more valuable than a Christ-like character.
3) Humility opens doors to many good things.
4) People are always watching you. Especially when you think they are not.
5) You are capable of giving your personal best at all times. Your best will be inevitably different from someone else’s.
6) Take care of your character; your reputation will take care of itself.
7) “There is no limit to where a man can go if he doesn’t care who gets the credit.” : President Reagan.
8) “Seek first the kingdom of GOD and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you.” : Jesus
9) Be thankful for the things that you take for granted; like your own bathroom and the sphincter muscle (look it up).
10) There is so much power when young people are united in Christ.
It’s been a year since the fire happened. But I’ll be heading up to the same camp tomorrow morning to start my service as camp chaplain for the summer. 🙂
This will be a new experience. I don’t know what to expect.
But I’m going to record as much as I can. Soak in as much as I can. And be inspired as much as I can.
So I will be taking a break from writing till August. I pray that God will use me in any way He sees fit during the next few weeks.
Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in (me) will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus – Philippians 1:6