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What is your favorite part about Camp Lutherhaven? Is it the begining and ending campfire, Alfa, the challenge courses, swimming, canoeing to Mica Bay, whatever it is, TELL ME AND CAMP LUTHERHAVEN!
-- Sarah Beara (email@example.com), March 04, 2000
I like the rope courses
-- Slip (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 06, 2000.
GOD is my favorite part about camp Lutherhaven. He is awesome and makes camp awesome!!!!!!!! He rocks my face off! =)
-- Katie Olson (email@example.com), May 08, 2000.
I treasure the moments spent with my cabin mates. I will never forget them.
-- Ronnie Sagua (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 29, 2000.
CAMP LUTHERHAVEN RULES I DON'T KNOW IF I COULD THINK OF MY FAVORITE THING ABOUT CAMP BECAUSE IT IS ALL SO GREAT. I MEEN THAT EVERY THING IS SO ENJOYABLE FROM THE TIME YOU REACH YOUR CABIN FOR THE FIRST TIME TO THE TIME YOU SAY YOUR AMOSHONAL GOOD BYES. IT IS ALL SO GREAT NOT ONE MIN WAS I UNHAPPY AND I OW ALL THAT TO THE GREATST MOST ENJOYABLE PLACE IN THE WORLD CAMP LUTHERHAVEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-- Ronnie Saga (email@example.com), June 30, 2000.
I love the way that God works through everyone at Lutherhaven. I was there once for just 24 hours - 12 of those hours were sleeping and being with just our youth groups. By the time we left, I had been crying with 5 other girls from other towns because we didn't want to go! God works through us all - but you can feel Him when you are Camp Lutherhaven. What's MY favorite thing about camp? It's the music, the lake, the games, the camp outs, the trips to Micha Bay, the friendships, the life changing experiences, the camp fires, the worship, the food (yum!), the people - The God.
-- Theresa (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 05, 2000.
I don't know if any of you guys have been to re-group yet and if you don't know what it is, it is this awesome program they have for high- schoolers, and you have more bible studies and one on one time with counselors and all this great stuff. I had never felt more connected to God when I left and thanks to re-group and all those awesome counselors I still feel that way. Ask anyone who went to re-group. I can't wait till this summer!If you have any questions about it e-mail me!
-- Christa Gaffer (email@example.com), November 22, 2000.
I went on ROAD CAMP!!!!! The best part was staying @ Sarah Walker's house!!!!!! And listening to all the Veggie Tale songs and having truk drives honk because our van said too
-- Kari Engelson (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 16, 2000.
My favorite thing is the way God works his love through the campers and the staff to make everyones week full of love and encouragement.
-- Veronica Whetstine (email@example.com), January 27, 2001.
I really enjoy the challenge courses because I am constantly reminded that we encounter similar obsticles daily and that God gives us a choice on how to resolve the matter: we can sit and pout and pray that dinner comes soon so that we can get off this "stupid whale" or we can encourage someone, expand our mind, and finish quickly so that we can have extra swim time with the cute cabin next door. :) y-ea-ayh God!!!
-- kristin (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 31, 2001.
Camp Lutherhaven Has to be one of the best places on earth!!! Even though I got hurt a lot, and I mean a lot I have the best time!!!! I would like to thank the nurse for all her help with my bumps, bruises, and broken toenail (MANGO'S should know). Thank you to all the friends I made, Theresa, Sunshine, Lindsay, Heather, Karen, Ceilea, Phandra, Laura, and Sarah!!! If anyone would happen to read this please make contact, I'd love to see you guys this summer!!!! Love Ya MANGOS!
-- Callie (A FELLOW MANGO!) (email@example.com), February 21, 2001.
I love polarbear Swimming and I love the challenge courses.
-- Ronna Heide (Cococolachick03@aol.com), July 09, 2001.
Well, one of my new favorite things about camp is only a few weeks old! Camp now has a Zip Line! Woohoo! And man, it's awesome! It's at the top of the new climbing tower out in front of the Welcoming Center. Not sure if we'll all be able to use it this summer, but those of us that got to 'test' it out can all say that it's amazing! It'll be fun to see campers and counselors alike take a ride on that wild line.
P.S. The Pamper Pole is nice - I guess. ;)
-- 2001 Lutherhaven Leader (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 12, 2001.