Tag Archives: English camp

RE:camp

RE:camp

Posted on 01. Sep, 2009 by .

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Well, we’re pretty busy again after the break we had last week. (classes are seven weeks long, with a week-long break in between) Remember us talking about English Camp? 15 saved (before, during, after), 6 baptized, 68 made Christian friends, 68 had the chance to ask questions, 68 heard the gospel. I’m not the best with math, but those…

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Camp!

Camp!

Posted on 08. Jul, 2009 by .

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English Camp was a huge success! The students all enjoyed themselves, the games went well, the teaching stations went well, and the weather was (mostly) cooperative :). At our last session, some of the students were invited to share about their experience at camp. Many of them said that they wished the camp would last longer and that they hoped to come back again. It was fun to watch the campers who came without friends quickly make friends and have a good time.

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Off to Camp!

Off to Camp!

Posted on 05. Jul, 2009 by .

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That’s right! Tomorrow we leave for English Camp! We’ve been hearing about and preparing for English camp since we got here two months ago. And now the anticipation is over! We’re headed off for three days of teaching English, having fun, and most importantly, building relationships. Some of the campers have already been hanging around the church, but there are others we haven’t seen much of since they signed up for camp.

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On Campus Getting Campers

On Campus Getting Campers

Posted on 04. Jun, 2009 by .

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Bright and early on Monday morning (we’re talking 5:30 am) we met up with a whole group of blue-shirt clad church members to go to the second campus of Ramkhamhaeng University on the other side of town. We loaded up the van and two pick-up trucks with what seemed to be a random assortment of things. It wasn’t until we got there and saw how things were being set up that we understood how they all fit together…

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God’s Work in Bangkok

God’s Work in Bangkok

Posted on 05. Feb, 2009 by .

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While we certainly learn about Thailand from reading books, the most valuable information comes from people who live there, and work where we’ll be working….

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