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Half the Old Testament is the word Remember. No, that’s not true. It’s 48%. I just rounded up. As Israel forgot, so do we. Today’s insert is a simple reminder of some of the standards we work to maintain as we sing for the Lord. My prayer is that you […]

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A Gift Card For You

August 20th, 2017


I have a gift card I’d like to use up. On you. This week.

It’s a VISA gift card, so it can be used anywhere… Juice It Up smoothies, McDonalds ice cream cones, Starbucks fraps… wherever.

You game?

Let’s go Tuesday and chat. Or Wednesday. I want to help you be real with God. Sure, of course camp preaching helps. But people help each other too, and the best friend you have is one that will help you get closer to God. I’d like to be one of those friends.

You need Bible advice and tools to grow. If you want it, help’s available.

Today’s sermon will be a reminder of your spiritual gifts. Remember that little test we took a while back? God has gifted you for the benefit of others. How are you doing?

–Bro. Ryan

SOME NUGGETS FROM CAMP:

Friendliness and Friendship. Youth groups can be friendly, but let’s take it to the next level of friendship. “A man that hath friends must show himself friendly…” Prov. 18:24

When church gets boring. Church is boring when you have something you will not surrender. What is it? Why hold onto it?

Music challenge. Music affects you, bypassing your brain and inflluencing your spirit. Secular music hurts you spiritually (you agreed to that, remember?) What music do you need to give up?

ALL IN. Being all in should show up today. It changes you.

Why are so many people apathetic? According to Bro. Sutton, no one wants to be the only one being spiritual. Someone lead. Then help each other.

Hell is real. The sermon on hell was vivid and scary. But that was a few days ago. Is it as real today? Do you still have friends going there? You concerned?

Fasting. It’s not what you want, but what you want most. Do you want a good marriage? A walk with God? Purity? True friends? Or lust, sleep, video games, your music and YouTube?

Do it. From the Jr/Sr campfire, one of the questions was “How do we keep this going on Monday?” Bro. Sutton basically said, “My answers are usually simple: do it.” The dull daily discipline of a disciple means that you do it daily, regardless of feelings. What do you want most?

Win the argument. Also from the campfire: “How can we witness?” His answer: “Make it REAL to you, first. Then TALK about it. Win the ‘argument.’ When they say what they did over the weekend, you say what you’ve done this summer. Godly is better.” Make memories without regret.




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