Be Thou Upon The Earth

On Sunday evening, April 22, it began snowing. By Monday morning the trees were heavy and the lights in our house cut off about seven times. Although it continued to snow, by Monday afternoon the wind seemed to gently sweep the snow off the trees. We had about 8” of snow before it ended early Tuesday morning. I was reminded of Job 37:5 & 6a – “God thundereth marvellously with his voice; great things doeth he, which we cannot comprehend. For he saith to the snow, Be thou on the earth;” We serve a great God and He is not bound by the seasons.

We are seeing some other exciting things happening here at camp. Recently, the wetland biologist found a potential new route for the utilities. Continue to pray.

If you are not registered for Shady Maple on Friday night, there is still time. We would love the opportunity to show and tell you about what God is doing at SHCM.

Recently, we ordered two new activities for camp this summer. We will try to tell you about them when they arrive

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