Today was an unique day at camp. We had a thunderstorm come through this afternoon and the temperature dropped to 49 degrees quickly. This was the first time in thirteen years here that we have had to take shelter because of the weather. Our first two services with worship and a message were very, very good. Caleb, our speaker, helped us to understand the true meaning of what a "disciple" is, and what a "Christian" is. Very simple, but very profound message that contrasted what the world see's a christian as and how Jesus set up his disciples to be. The group is listening intently to him. Thanks for your continued prayers.
Tonight we took the group on a night hike up to a field on the side of the mountain and the moon lit up the cliffs and surroundings - it was beautiful. It is now just before 11 and everyone is in their cabin having a short discussion about the day and then to bed. Tomorrow morning we will head up to the continental divide after breakfast. It looks like it is going to be a cold visit. Thanks for allowing your kids to be part of this week. It has been a great day!
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!