The 4th of July

I love spending the 4th of July at the Upstate New York Family Camp in Brooktondale New York. The merry-go-round has been rebuilt a few times since I was a child. The tree-people decorations are new, but the day of fun hasn’t changed one bit. Camp ended today, as always, memories will continue.

It was great to be with Rev. Norman Moore – camp speaker – (see the last picture), the ENC team, and the entire Upstate New York family.

Please keep us in your prayers as we head to Pittsburgh District for a mini-tour of our LINKS district, a week of vacation, an NMI convention in Virginia, and a tour of the Mid-Atlantic District before heading back to Nairobi on August 1.

Please also pray as we continue our work and studies as we travel.

Thanks for keeping in touch!

P.S. The adults won the ballgame in the 12th inning. Youth, better luck next year.

2 thoughts on “The 4th of July”

  1. I will not be able to meet you this time. The distance between where you will be and will I am is about 2 hours. I am teaching 1/2 days for our Extended School Year. Our paths will meet someday. Blessings


  2. Sounds wonderful! And your July sounds chalk full of travel and activities. Praying for you for this month and your journey back “home”.


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