I’m sure many of you reading this have wondered from time to time what camp does during the non-summer months, and that is a logical question. The summers are packed with fun weeks of summer camp, lots of kids, exciting activities, and studying the Word of God. But what about the fall, winter, and spring? You may have guessed that there are groups such as youth groups, family camps, and church retreats that come in on the weekends to use our facilities and activities, but most of the time during the week, the camp is pretty quiet except for the office where lots of plannin
Welcome to the second installment of Frontier Food Fridays! I’m excited about the feedback we’ve gotten from the last post. I hope some of you tried out the recipe and made a batch of homemade rolls for your family to enjoy!
April 15 always strikes a little dread in the hearts of the collective U.S. culture. Last minute filing. Late night post office hours. Check writing. Tax day.
Have you ever wondered about Romans 16 and why it is in our Bible? Paul spends an entire chapter giving his greetings to dozens of people with unusual names. Perhaps as you’ve read through the critical, doctrinal masterpiece of Romans you’ve wondered why this matters.
Rufus is called “chosen of the Lord” and his mother was like a mother to Paul. Ampliatus is one that Paul, “loves in the Lord.” Andronicus and Junias are some relatives of Paul’s who had to been to prison with him. Mary worked “very hard” for the Roman churches.
Hi! Welcome to the first Frontier Food Fridays! We thought it might be fun to start sharing FC recipes with step-by-step directions (and pictures) so you can make some of your camp favorites at home. We will post a new recipe once a month, so be on the lookout and let Kate, our Food Service Director, know at email@example.com if there is a recipe that you’d like to see featured on the blog!
I've been reading and working through James lately. Bible study excites me because no matter how many times I read and study a passage, there is always more to see and learn.
Are you catching a vision for what this camp will mean to Frontier Camp?
In 2nd Samuel 23 we find an account of David’s mighty men. These men were hand-picked for their fighting prowess and loyalty. The passage chronicles some of their exploits ranging from a single mighty man killing 800 men in one encounter to getting their king a drink of water from a special fountain behind enemy lines.
FC Intern's Dan Nerdahls reflections on the recent Haiti trip: