Family Camp Part II

Okay, lets finish this up. Can ya’ll believe that I left the most exciting part of camp out. Well, maybe it isn’t the most exciting…but it certainly is exciting! We had TWENTY-TWO people get the Holy Ghost this year at Camp, and seven were baptized!! Thank you, Jesus!!! We are very excited and thankful.

Our church in La Ceiba covered Sunday School this year. The theme was The Holy Ghost. I had a lot of fun teaching this year. I also want to say how grateful I am for my Sunday School team. None of them read this blog, so this isn’t for them. I am very proud of them, and how God has helped us ALL to grow. I wanted to find out how many of those twenty-two people were kids, but I didn’t have a chance. I do know that there were kids that got the Holy Ghost. Thank you, JESUS!!! Here are some pictures:

(Hint: Click on the pictures to see the full-sized picture and the captions.)

Needless to say, Sunday School was so fun. I love working with kids.

Saturday morning we had good service and we had my Papa Schreckhise preaching for us. Unfortunately I didn’t take pictures. So… 😦 But, it was a good service. Saturday night was a beautiful service. Bro. Wakefield almost didn’t get to preach. In fact, he was really only “testifying”, but when a Apostolic man of God gets up to testify…we know what means!! 😀 Testimony or not, it was good. S

Sunday morning was very special as well. It was such a joy to us to see a ministers under of the main pastors be recognized as a pastor. A new church was born on Sunday. …well, not really. The church has been going for about 4-5 years, and Bro. Marlon has been assisting his pastor (Bro. Adan) there for some time. But, now he is the pastor. It was such a sweet moment. Thank the Lord…once again! So, here are the pictures of the rest of camp:

Oh, and upon looking…I found some pictures of Saturday morning. 🙂 Enjoy.

Once and for all let me say that Camp was excellent this year. I am so thankful for all the Lord did. May He God bless you all just as richly.

Until next time,

HonduranChikka

Family Camp 2014

Well, I know that you are all waiting for Part II of my trip to the States. Well, it will probably be Parts II-300 (mostly likely *wink). But, some of ya’ll may have noticed I said will be. Today it I wanted to take a little break and share the news of how great our annual Family Camp went. So, buckle your seatbelts…

Family Camp this year was amazing. I would have to say it was the best camp ever. But, I think we say that every year. Of course…every year it is true. We were blessed to have Bro. & Sis. Curtis Wakefield preaching for us. (Side note: I think that we would have been even more blessed if they brought their kids. *achum* Just saying… *wink) Even so, we were truly blessed by the Wakefield’s ministry.

The first night of camp our youth pastor brought in a big, ORANGE extension ladder, and set it up right close to the pulpit. This was about twenty minutes before church started, and although I wondered what he was fixing so late in the game, I didn’t think anything of it. Well, prayer before service that night was absolutely amazing, and I was totally into prayer. Then, Dad called me up to play. So, I am walking up, praying, glancing around at the people and the orange ladder. I get up to…ORANGE LADDER????? WHAT?!?!?! So now, I am playing the piano and trying to get Dad’s attention. …unsuccessfully. So, then my Mom comes up to praise sing. I am thinking…as soon as she gets up here I am going to ask her about that ladder. Maybe we can get it out before anybody notices… She comes up…and immediately closes her eyes. I am like…aah… Finally, I get my mom’s attention, and ask her about the ladder. She just says, Oh Bro. Wakefield asked for it…and closes her eyes again. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Turns out he needed it for his message. It was an amazing message. “Behold, the ladder” We have CDs for sale in the back…I WISH! Did I mention that Bro. Wakefield really blessed us with his preaching? I did? Oh, sorry! *wink*

Notice the orange ladder in the corner. :-o

Notice the orange ladder in the corner. 😮

Here are some just “General”?? pictures:

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That was through Saturday night. Afterwards we had a minister’s fellowship at our house. This year we served baked spaghetti, garlic bread, and salad.

Well, folks, believe it or not…this is going to be another Part I. Hopefully…Part II of this will be later on today, or tomorrow.

Thanks for reading,

HonduranChikka

P.S. I WILL get to Part II of my States Trip Story in the next…year or two. 😀