I had the privilege and honor of attending the July 18 Still Waters Camp of 2016. I just wish I knew what words I could use to describe camp, and how perfect it is.
The Lord Jesus truly poured out His Spirit upon us over camp 2 at Still Waters.
Today is a very special holiday. Next to the birth of Christ, it’s one of the biggest holidays of the world. Squirrel Season!
Passing underneath the banner, they walked up the unique path to the first station; a humble little log cabin that looked very familiar.
The second 2016 Still Waters Camp is underway for the 13-15 youth! Check out the pictures HERE!
Cub Corner Day In Zimbabwe: THANKS so Very Much for taking me on this journey to Zimbabwe! IT WAS SPECTACULAR! ALL The Activities for the Children Blessed my heart! The Testimonies of the Parents were Enjoyable! HALLELUJAH to The VGR Office in Zimbabwe & The Tutoni Family!
Still Waters Camp 3 is now in full swing! CLICK HERE to view live feed photos and videos!
Still Waters Camp 3 is only a few days away! We are once again under GREAT anticipation, as we know the Lord will meet us there. Please be in prayer with us for the Lord to move in a mighty way among the hearts of His children.
Squirrel Season: I loved this article, it just put a great big smile on my face! :) We love squirrel hunting here in Arkansas!! Every time we hunt them or eat them we think about Brother Branham, how much he loved that time alone with God out in the woods somewhere. Lots of people may enjoy squirrel hunting, but they can't enjoy it like believers can because there is just a special feeling there, knowing how much he loved that quiet time alone. Even if you don't get any squirrels, you come home happy & relaxed. :) God bless you all!!! :)
-SW- This Saturday, Aug 6, the YF Youth Center will be open from 2-9 PM for the 13-15 year olds. 13-15 year old non-campers are also welcome to attend this event. Pizza will be served around 6PM.
Camp 2 will be coming to a close Friday. Campers can be picked up at SW at 3pm. Please continue to keep the campers and staff in prayer.
God is a Spirit and He can’t die. So God had to be made man, and He died in human flesh, in the form of a man called “Jesus Christ,” and that was the promised Messiah that bought the grace.