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Planting good seeds

For the past four years, middle and high school students have participated in a two-day camp where, through different activities, students have the opportunity to learn and have fun together. 150 students were part of this event in June. Students learned about being chosen, for they are loved, rescued and changed.

campers

"For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do." Ephesians 2:10

This year the youth group mission team from Worthington Christian Church (Ohio) had the opportunity to serve at the camp by teaching, singing and playing games. We are thankful for the opportunity to have a camp where students can travel, have fun, hear and learn His Word.

WCC serves at the camp

Carlos, a 9th grader at our Gonzales school shares:

To me, going to the camp was a great time to spend with my friends because I have lived unforgettable memories; this is my last year of school. When I was at the camp, I liked hearing the pastors preach because his words encouraged and impacted my life. I also felt loved by God when teacher Claudia wrote a note for me; it brought joy to me. I liked the games, swimming in the pool and everything; it was a nice experience. But there is something more that impacted me: it was on the last day when I walked to the stage and my teacher prayed for me. To be honest, it was a special experience that I had never felt before. 


praying for students

We ask for your prayers, as many of our students are not involved in a church and have difficult situations at home, just like Carlos. We pray that there were good seeds planted and that the hearts were touched.

Darwyn Sanchez, our Director of Schools in Honduras, shares:

The student camp is an opportunity to interact with the students; we have the opportunity to deepen the spiritual needs and the daily battles which they face. The preparation process is not easy, as raising the funds to make these camps possible is a challenge, but at the end of all, seeing their lives realize that Jesus is real, makes it all worth it!

Our job is to plant the Word of God in the hearts of the youth that He has put in our hands. As teachers, we may not know what the future looks like for them. But I am sure that they will remember God's Word in their hearts during the time at camp.

Ecclesiastes 12:1 says "Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, “'I find no pleasure in them'"

Thank you so much to all who have supported directly or indirectly for the camp.

May God bless each ministry supporter!