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August 2010

A friend of Wayfarer joins GracePointe

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Our good friend Will Gunter is joining a new ministry called GracePointe based here in upstate South Carolina. Will has been a youth minister in Spartanburg County for about a decade, and he has used Wayfarer curriculum, speakers, and brought groups to Wayfarer Camp. We’re excited about the new call Will has on his life, and we asked him to…

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Friends at Tasters

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The Tasters conference was great this week. Wayfarer’s team got to hang out with some great friends in ministry as we all learned together from 3D Ministries about the Scriptures, discipleship, and the church. It was a great time of learning, fellowship, and encouragement. We thought we’d share with you a little about our friends who went: Eric Smith, who…

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Tasters

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The Wayfarer team and many of our friends are on the way to Pawleys Island, SC, for a Tasters Conference hosted by 3D Ministries. Dave Rhodes and David Reichley went through a Tasters Conference in January, and since then have still been chewing on what they learned and experienced there. We’re excited to get to expose some of our good…

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Sweet Home Georgia

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The Wayfarer team is meeting with our good friends from the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions today – although we’re being hosted by the¬†Georgia Baptist Convention, which is about halfway between their headquarters in Montgomery and our headquarters in upstate South Carolina. We’re meeting together to celebrate what God did through our teams at Alabama’s YEC last month and…

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Summer 2011 starts now

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The Wayfarer team heads to Athens, Georgia, today to meet with the WinShape Camps team to begin planning for 2011 camps. WinShape just wrapped up a great summer of ministry both at Boys and Girls Camps in Rome, Georgia, and at 45 locations around the country for C3. Wayfarer created the curriculum and other theme-related material for WinShape Camps again…

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Back to school

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Dave Rhodes and David Reichley are off to Anderson University today to meet with campus ministry leaders in advance of the new school year. We’re priviledged to work with AU’s Campus Ministry team to help them turn their weekly chapel services called The Journey into a ministry that helps students grow spiritually during their time on campus. Please pray for…

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Room 1228 presents Smoke

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Where there’s Smoke, there’s fire. And in the Bible, when there’s fire, there’s God. Throughout the Old Testament, God revealed Himself through smoke and fire, and those appearances reveal who God is, what God is like, and where God’s heart is focused.¬† At Wayfarer Camp 2010, we went through the Smoke theme, and now we’ve taken the big ideas of…

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Room 1228 presents Euphoria

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Have you ever taken a joy ride? If you have, you know that every moment of the ride isn’t full of joy. Sometimes you’re cruising down the highway with the windows down and great music on the radio, but sometimes it rains and sometimes there’s traffic. Moments of happiness don’t always lead us to joy. But there is a way…

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Last week of summer

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It may not feel like it outside, but the last week of summer camp season is upon us. Dave Rhodes is at his alma mater, Palm Beach Atlantic University, with our great friend David Walker speaking at Student Life Youth Camp. Chad Norris, meanwhile, is in Denton, Texas, for Student Life Youth Camp. Please pray for the guys as they…

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Reviewing Alabama YEC one more time

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The echoes of Alabama YEC are still going on. Students are finishing up their 21-day challenges this week, and we can’t wait to hear the stories of what God did through this follow-up resource that Wayfarer created. You can follow one student’s journey through this blog. For more on the event itself, you can check out this article from The…

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