Calculated, Strong Rock Camp 2016

Thank you for visiting our session videos page. The links below will take you to some of the wonderful memories we made in 2016. You can see some of the wild and fun things we did, the creative things we shared in and made, the relationships that we built, and hopefully get a feel for what we learned while we were together.

Mini Camp A 2016                Mini Camp B 2016

Main Camp 1 2016                Main Camp 2 2016

Main Camp 3 2016

Our theme for 2016 was “Calculated”. Luke 14:28 says “But don’t begin until you count the cost. For who would begin construction of a building without first calculating the cost to see if there is enough money to finish it?” Lifelines were themed around making decisions and what path they can lead us down. Whether it is deciding to jump off a diving board, how to spend your birthday money, or being calculated in choosing friends, each decision has consequences, whether good or bad. Counselors encouraged campers to think about the choices they make and what should go into making these decisions.  Rambo, our camp director, said it like this “Life is absolutely full of decisions we have to make and the consequences of some of those decisions can have a huge impact on the path we take. We should do our best to weigh out the consequences of our choices so we can make the best one to get us to our goals. Our future jobs, friendships, spouses, and a whole host of important things are hanging in the balance of the decisions we make. It is important that we do some outcome estimation ahead of our choices.” God has given us some incredible guidelines and boundaries to help us make decisions the way he wants us to make them. As our creator, he has a desired outcome for our lives and he certainly wants to help us discover what that is. Making the choice to follow him and let him guide our decisions is the best way we can experience all he has for us.

 

We hope you enjoy your time watching 2016’s videos.

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