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: “Checking on the Children” by Emily Heyne

This past spring, the stomach bug visited and made its temporary home in my family’sgastrointestinal tracts. My five-year-old daughter felt the presence of this unwelcome guestmore acutely than the rest of us. After four days of suffering this disagreeable intruder, I thoughtthe worst of it had passed for her, but that night, I was awoken…

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: JC Climbs Everest Equivalent for a Great Cause

Hello, my name is Eddie Perez and I am a Junior Counselor here at Camp Chosatonga from Memphis, Tennessee. For the last seven years, I have been blessed to call this community rooted deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains my home. Throughout these last few months, a majority of my time has been put into…

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: Ukraine and Camp

Ultimately, camp is all about learning how to love.  Because of the mysterious way in which we’re all connected in the Body of Christ, our efforts to do good anywhere effect people everywhere.

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: “Worm & Flippers and Their Great Appalachian Adventure”: Lizzie Denham’s AT Trip Report

Last year, my Chos-man Aaron Miller and I hiked the Appalachian Trail. For those who are unfamiliar with the AT, it is a 2,194-mile trail stretching from Springer Mountain, GA to Mount Katahdin, ME. Every year, aspiring thru-hikers start at one end with the intention of getting to the other before the snow starts blowing. On average, 25% of people who start a thru-hike of the AT finish it. Aaron and I were 2 of that blessed 25% who made it to the end. Along the way, we went by trail names, his being “Flippers” and mine being “Worm.”

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