Irish RP Camps

Back left to right: Heather, Jessica, Catherine, Calvin.  Front left to right: Adam, Campbell, Andrew

Back left to right: Heather, Jessica, Catherine, Calvin. Front left to right: Adam, Campbell, Andrew

From the 2nd-9th August, 6 young people from Airdrie RPCS and 1 from Glasgow RPCS were at the RPCI Youth Camps in Northern Ireland.  Here are some of their highlights:

 

Girls Discovery Camp

“The talks were on ‘Princesses in the Bible’, and my favourite princess was Esther.  My favourite activity was the scavenger hunt, and my team won.  The best thing about Camp is seeing my friends.”  – Catherine Quigley (Airdrie)

 

Girls Adventure Camp

“The talks were on Daniel, and I really remembered the talk on ‘Bitterness’ that was about the words we speak and thinking about what we say.  My favourite activity was the airplane day.  The best part about Camp is the new people you get to meet. ” – Heather McIndoe (Airdrie)

“The thing I remembered from the talks on Daniel was how we have to start making commitments when we’re young.  My favourite activity was the messy games.  The best part about Camp is getting to see your friends again and getting to know new officers.” – Jessica Muir (Airdrie)

 

Boys Discovery Camp

“Our talks were on Daniel too, and I didn’t know that the Daniel in the lion’s den was the same Daniel as the one in the other stories.  My favourite activity was banana boating.  The best thing about Camp was going to the Tayto factory.” – Campbell Quigley (Airdrie)

“One thing I learned from the talks was that because Daniel believed in God, God sent angels down from heaven that shut the lion’s mouth, so he wouldn’t die.  My favourite activity was banana boating.  The best thing about Camp is squad games.”  –  Adam Smith (Airdrie)

 

Boys Adventure Camp

“Our talks were on temptation, and one thing I really remember is that Jesus also got tempted, not just by the devil, but He didn’t fall to temptation like we do.  My favourite activity was mountain biking.  The best thing about Camp is the talks.” – Calvin Quigley (Airdrie)

“I learnt from the talks self-discipline and to try not to give into temptations.  Squad games and coastal jumping were by far my favourite activities.  The best thing about camp was making new friends and the experience of everything!” – Andrew Turnbull (Glasgow)

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