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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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Tomorrow Is the Day

November 25th, 2016


Tomorrow’s the day.

For what? I can’t remember. But it’s happening tomorrow.

I’m excited about it—like a little kid on the eve of his 4th birthday—but I can’t remember what in the world I’m so excited about. Hm.. it’ll come to me.

Oh! Duh!

I know what it is.

I’ve been looking forward to this for SO long!

It’s Alisha’s birthday! I KNEW it! Wait… what’s so special about that? Hm.. that can’t be it.. OH! No… she’s not the reason it’s special… it’s special because it’s her birthday AND her brother’s birthday! That’s it!

No. Something is still not right.

I can’t put my finger on it. But I know there’s more to tomorrow than some Juarezeseses’s birthdays.  What IS it?!

Grr.. this is going to bother me. I can’t remember. I give up.

-Bro. Ryan

Bro. Michaels Note

It only makes sense that, because it’s tomorrow, all you can think about is CAMP! If not, it’s the only thing I can think about right now. It makes me reminisce on the past, millions of years ago… When I was once a teenager. Much of those years seem to have faded from my memory, but I still have vivid and vibrant memories from camp. Camp was where my godly friendships were strengthened. It was where God helped me change my choice of music, from worldly to God-honoring. It was where God broke me over my own sinfulness. It was where I got right with God. It was where God led me to make decisions, important ones. It was where God called me into the ministry, as a young high-schooler, and gave me a burden for missions. My heart and mind overflow with thoughts and emotions when I think about camp. Camp was simply just a place where God changed me.


And to be honest, I believe God wants to change you at this wonderful place called Camp Ironwood. In fact, I’m totally convinced God wants to change me too. God wants to change even Bro. Ryan and Mrs. Jamie. Even Bro. Tyler, our speaker. God wants to change all of us. God wants us all to be changed into the image of His son, Jesus Christ. That simply means, we all have room to grow. So this week, have fun. Get sweaty (it’s going to happen). Have a good attitude. Listen to the preaching. Even more than those things… just let God change you. You will not regret it. Love you guys (:




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