If a person was bored, it had to be a personal problem! The weekend was full of fun and leisure. Other components of the weekend included:
Laughter Blitz Candy Volleyball Tournament
Rook Tournament Great Food Apples to Apples
Feasting Together Great Singing Kids Games
Tag Football Campfire Talks Cold Nights and Beautiful Days
Warm Fellowship Relaxation Discussions
The campground was a new one for us and there were a few things that could’ve been better about the facilities, but the good definitely outweighed the inconveniences.
I think the thing I like best about such a weekend is that you get to know each other in a way that regular church interaction doesn’t usually give. It makes you more of a family, spending 2+ days together. You have time to care for each other. You usually put aside differences at a time like this, because how can you truly care for a person, and yet refuse to get along with them?
I was intrigued by a comment Craig (new Choice Books employee) made on Sunday morning: Times like this make the house of God a friendlier place.