After several weeks of blog fiascos (technical challenges far above my pay grade) we’ve returned! Apparently, this blog implodes if readership goes past 13.
Some Random Randomness to get us back in our groove:
* On Tuesday and Wednesday night of this week, we invited all of our JH small groups to meet us at church for a Seder Dinner. It was an awesome time of education, worship and appreciation for the traditions of our Jewish friends. When you combine wealthy Orange County kids with Evangelicalism, it’s no surprise that a lack of an understanding of history and tradition prevails.
* Summer is coming, and you are probably already beginning to plan your summer camps or retreats. I’ve created a new experiential book/journal that I believe is the PERFECT way to help the kids at camp get to know one another. Check it out!
* Speaking of Summer Camp….IT IS SO EXPENSIVE! I’m just thinking out loud, here and would love your thoughts: Would a stay-at-home camp of sorts ever work for JH students? One way to think of it would be a hyped up, way cooler, jh version of VBS that takes place over 3 or 4 days. Many of the elements of traditional camp but way less costly. Thoughts on that, please!