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July 2012

Looking back at Wayfarer Camp at the Beach

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Last week, about 400 students and leaders from all over the country gathered with our team at the Crown Reef resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C., for Wayfarer Camp. It was an amazing week as God once again helped students and leaders set aside false names in their lives so that they can live and go on mission as God’s namesakes….

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Rec Man presents Tusker Tag

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By day, David Reichley is the mild-mannered director of Wayfarer Camp. But at camp, David turns into REC MAN, whose curly blond wig has the ability to help any and every camper have fun. Each month, REC MAN will present a new game that you can use in your student ministry. This month Rec Man brings you Tusker Tag. It…

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Illustration: Imitations vs. imitation

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Life is filled with imitations. I know because I’ve tasted them. I remember vividly as a child when my parents would return from a stewardship conference or come home from a Dave Ramsey class. (OK, it was Larry Burkett at the time.) All kinds of new things would fill our pantries and refrigerators. The budget was under revision, and anywhere…

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Call to life

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If you’ve been around the Wayfarer Blog for a while, you’ve read the stats about how young people are fleeing from the church. One of our biggest purposes on this blog is to begin a discussion with leaders of teenagers and young people in order to begin to turn this stat around. But this is not a new problem… Long…

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Looking back at Wayfarer Camp 2012 Week 1

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Last week, students from South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Ohio, and Louisiana gathered for the land camp version of Wayfarer Camp 2012. It was a great week as we all learned together what it means to be God’s namesake and how God takes away the names others try to give us so that He can give us a new name. We…

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