Moving Forward

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Hey everybody!

I cannot thank you enough for your support and efforts in making camp happen this year. As we think about the future, there are a few things that I would like you to consider and pray about:

-Giving

-Praying

-Getting Involved

Giving

As we think about the future of the camp, we are tasked with building a new storm shelter, privacy fences, electrical work, water work, and a number of other projects. As you know, these types of projects cost a significant amount. We are planning on rolling out a $50,000-$100,000 campaign in which you will become a part of something truly special: making sure the camp gets where it needs to be for generations to come. We are currently testing and working on ways for you to give with ease. This includes giving online! As we make this possible, we will give you more information.

Praying

Something that I have learned during my years at camp is that my identity is solely in Christ and if He is not at the center of our lives, plans, and relationships, they are destined to fail. That being said, we are asking you to soak these projects in prayer and worship before the Lord. Some key things to think about are: giving, leadership, people who can make these projects more successful, the next generation of students who will enjoy the benefits of these projects, and for these projects to bring glory to God.

Getting Involved

Jimmy Breeck, our Camp Caretaker, has done a tremendous job with the upkeep of the camp this year. That being said, we rely heavily on the area churches to be a part of the camp and invest in coming out to camp and helping with its maintenance. Jimmy will be holding work days for the rest of the year on Saturday’s until the winter to make sure the camp season is closed smoothly and to make sure that the camp itself is ready to reopen next year. You can contact him at (812) 571-0750.

Again, we are so thankful for your continued support for the camp. May God Bless you for your investment!

In Jesus,

Matt Brooks

WCSC Camp Director

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