The Tater’s family are a memorable family. I was introduced to the highly dysfunctional Tater family and their ongoing saga through Travis Huseby at Checkpoint Bible Camp. Here is a glimpse of the Tater Family: Uncle Common Tater He is no common Tater!? Common has the gift of gab. He makes a living in broadcasting and is good at communicating. He is certainly a chatter … Continue reading meet the taters
I had to depart from Checkpoint Bible Camp mid-week to head to the Congo. I praise the Lord for the 7 decisions for Christ that were given at camp this year. What a great group of staff and leadership!! 2010 cannot come soon enough!! Our new location in Buffalo, IN was perfect. We look forward to growing our camp from 60 to 100 junior camper … Continue reading touch the knot
It was a lot of fun teaching the Word at Shakamak Bible camp this summer. This week I spoke to a group of 200 teenagers at Shakamak Bible Camp. I love camp. The theme of the camp was “extreme makeover: spiritual edition” which had a thrust of encouraging the teens to live within the refining fires of God’s plan. I was encouraged by the number … Continue reading Shakamak 09
Wow, I am still trying to catch up on sleep from Shakamak Bible Camp this past week!! All I can say is AWESOME. That word totally gets over used and has diminished in value, but it truly expresses who God is and what He accomplished this week at Camp. Great speakers: Pink Davis delivered some passionate theology in the AM on redemption, reconciliation, and regeneration. … Continue reading shakamak
We just finished our first ever week of Potawatomi Bible Camp. We had 51 campers!! What an answer to prayer to see the vision we [Dan Nave, Scott Tiede, and me] prayed about over a year ago come to fruition. We were able to see God do some amazing things this week. Uncle Charlie of Children’s Bible Hour was our speaker. It was a joy … Continue reading camp potawatomi
I remember working at a camp a few summers back. They had this slogan, “Remember KEITH”. I always thought it was silly until I heard the story behind it. Keith was your normal bouncing off the wall kid that you wanted to hang by his undies from the flag pole. Even though you never could have because of stupid CPS laws, you treated him different … Continue reading Remember K.E.I.T.H.