chanting "C O P S, we're the COPS & we're the BEST!"
Pizza slices the size of your face.
Christmas in June.
Just to name a few.
Also, the enemy really didn't want us there, particularly me, I think.
I Was having terrible anxiety the week leading up to camp (mind you, I haven't struggled with anxiety this bad for close to a year now..)
and as soon as I got there, I thought I was going to die from it. I mean it got so intense I had to walk outside, drive to get some dinner with my husband, talk it out and cry.
I slept maybe 1 hour that whole night.
Which really didn't help considering I had to be a non-stop jr. high leader for 5 days straight at a camp that doesn't stop.
But you know what?
God is good and guess what..
the enemy didn't win. he never does.
God will always prevail. The Lord spoke to my heart and changed me.
He allowed me to be a part of our students giving their hearts to Him and committing to His ways.
He allowed me to be challenged, stretched and moved.
He allowed me to be the one to pray with and speak truth to a sweet girl who committed her life to Jesus.
Of course the enemy didn't want me there for that.. but I was and I am so thankful to continuously get the opportunity to "do ministry" with my husband, our great team of youth leaders & our amazing students.