A group of students from Fellowship North joined with students from STEP Ministries and went to Kids Across America for an entirely new adventure. Bobby Harrison went along and had a great time – he’d like to tell you all about it below! (This is a little longer than a regular post, but so worth the read.)
You couldn’t have slapped a smile off my face. It was unshakable. I woke up with anticipation and went to bed with gratitude. Every. Single. Day.
I’d heard from Harold and Dena [Nash] that going as a leader, a Kaleo, at Kids Across America would be one big “bubble bath in Jesus”, but I wasn’t sure I could quite believe it. At least until I saw it. Or better yet, experienced it. But I’m here to tell you, the bathwater was just right and it was full of some pretty incredible bubbles. Bible studies. Worship with workers from across the country. Fellowship with fellow youth leaders. I came back restored and refreshed and reinvigorated and reignited and renewed. And I knew that would be the case, even from the first couple of days at camp. As for the students? Well that’s a different story. And it’s one worth telling.