By CBM National intern, Jamie Carpenter -
The Lord is always doing something in our lives even if it is not easy for us to see. When I began the CBM National Internship Program I had an idea of what I was getting into, but experiencing it first-hand was like nothing else I’ve encountered. As I mentioned in my very first blog, God worked in me in tremendous ways just within the first month that I was at CBM National Headquarters. As I continued my time at various CBM areas, it became harder to see what the Lord was doing in my life even though I knew He was working. ...
By CBM National intern, Joseph Kirkland -
Some kids are clean, some are messy; some are the most well behaved children you’ve ever seen, and then there are those that are not. They come in all sorts of sizes, backgrounds, ideologies and experiences. They are people and want to feel that way. And every once in a while they come to camp. They come for various reasons--their parents or relatives made them come, they memorized Bible verses and attended classes to earn their way to camp, or they are just coming for the first time and have no idea what ...
By CBM National Intern, Ana Rodriguez –
//Take my life and let it be
Consecrated, Lord, to Thee.
Take my moments and my days
Let them flow in endless praise//
This well-known hymn is a prayer of mine. I hope to spend my moments and my days for the praise of His glory. Praise the Lord that all the days planned for me were written in His book before one of them came to be. I thank the Lord often for the moments and the days He has given me, yet what have I been doing with these precious days? They are precious, not because of their individual ...
By CBM National intern, Priscilla Depew -
Hello everyone! As I write this, I am on my third rotation at Camp Grace in Fairmont, North Carolina. I figured I would share my testimony, since this is my last rotation. I became a Christian when I was seven years old. My mom and I were sitting in the living room, doing a Bible lesson, when I accepted Jesus as my Savior. Nothing huge happened. It wasn’t like I immediately felt changed, and I remember wondering about that. As seven-year-olds do, however, I didn’t really dwell on that thought for long. Over the next ...
By CBM National intern, Josh Hopper -
I am on rotation at Camp Red Arrow. We are preparing for an amazing summer of the Lord’s work in the lives of all the children that will be attending summer camp here. It will be wonderful to see how the Lord moves in the lives of these kids this summer.
Many of the kids coming to camp this year will be lost, broken, and searching for answers. See, for some of these kids, camp is the only exposure to Jesus Christ that they will ever have. That’s why camp is so important, because it is where kids can come and find ...