Tuesday | July 8, 2014

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God is doing an amazing work in the lives of the students at Euroventure Camp! Eternity has been changed, through salvation in Christ, in the lives of several campers so far this week. God has recaptured the attention of many others who have rededicated their lives and made commitments to get back in step with God's plan for their lives.

A typical camp day begins with morning devotions as students spend time alone with God for about 30 minutes. This is followed by breakfast, and at 09:00 students gather at the Kongress Saal for Morning Celebration, which includes worship and a message from Pastor Tom (Morning Celebration Speaker). Following Morning Worship, students meet with their small group team where they spend time in Bible Study, mission emphasis, and team building activities. After a quick lunch, the students choose among several topical workshops and discussion groups that conclude around 14:30 (2:30 p.m.). Students then are given a few hours for recreational activities including hiking, swimming, tobogganing, a ropes course, and canyoning. Supper begins at 17:30 (5:30 p.m.) where teams take turns with set-up, serving, washing dishes, and cleaning the dining hall. "Euromania" (high energy team competition and games) kicks off at 19:00 (7:00 p.m.) followed by Evening Worship, which is led by the FBCM band and includes a message by Zac Hufty. At the conclusion of Evening Worship, students meet in their church groups to debrief the day and/or continue the discussion from the evening message. Following church group time, students gather between the barracks for free time until 22:30 (10:30 p.m.). Lights out at 23:00...unless there is a World Cup soccer game!! Tonight is Germany vs. Brazil! It could be a long night!

Please continue to pray for soft hearts. Our daily prayer is, "Lord, make me a willing witness to a seeking soul so that a divine encounter will take place."  In other words, "make us your instruments, Lord."

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