Being Still

By Kalaya Beyer, CBM National Intern - Where do I even begin? Being on rotation at Camp Ta-Pa-Win-Go is honestly what I needed. Someone asked me, the morning I was scheduled to travel here, if I was anxious about coming here. I wasn't, until I drove off. I was very unsure of myself when Rebecca and Rhiannon, my fellow interns, dropped me off. The camp is very quiet, compared to New Life Camp where I went on my first rotation, and quiet makes me uneasy. I have always thrived on noise and grew up with noisy brothers and dogs and basketball games being played on TV late at ...

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Enough

By Rebecca Colson, CBM National Intern -  “Enough.” I recently noticed I’ve been hearing that word pretty often. In a conversation, a line in a song, a movie scene. But most often I hear it in my own head. In my head the words “I’m not” are likely to be found shortly before the word “enough.” “I’m not smart enough.” “I’m not spiritual enough.” “I’m not good enough.” Years ago I visited a museum with my family. I noticed a small drawing hanging in the ...

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Wild Willie’s Adventures

By William Martin, CBM National Intern - My name is William Martin and I am an intern with Children’s Bible Ministries. My time here at Children’s Bible Ministries (CBM) National Headquarters has been great so far. I have made a lot of new friends and have grown in my relationship with the Lord. The first few weeks were a little rough, at times, but I really think I am starting to settle in.   We have had quite a few classes so far that have been really helpful. One of the first classes we had was on how to be a good Christian leader. This was a great ...

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Patience

By Adam Lowry, CBM National Intern - It’s hard sometimes to wait, especially when others are getting something before you.  As an intern, I am raising support for a mission trip and I have only raised a small portion of the dollars needed for my support account.  Some of the other interns have already collected at least 50% of their support, and I feel left behind. Me, as a person, I want to be the person ahead of everyone; I want to be the one who has it all together.  During all this waiting, who are some people in the Bible who had trouble with patience and what ...

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Working for the Weekends

By Rebecca Colson, CBM National Intern - My four months at the CBM headquarters are complete and I’m now already halfway through my first rotation at a CBM camp. For my first rotation I’ve been given the amazing opportunity to serve at New Life Camp in Raleigh, North Carolina. While I live on camp property and serve at monthly camp events, the majority of my time is spent a few minutes down the road serving with Cedar Point Community Outreach. Cedar Point is an apartment complex that primarily houses refugees. Every week I get the privilege to serve alongside ...

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