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At Camp Wannstay, we’ll learn how we can all be leaders who set an example for others in everything we say and do. God’s Word says:

Remember your leaders (point to head and say “bing”)
who taught you the word of God. (open hands like a book)
Think of all the good (two thumbs up)
that has come from their lives, (spread arms wide)
and follow the example (cup hands around mouth while whispering)
of their faith. (shout and pump fist in the air)
Hebrews 13:7

Join us in helping your child learn Hebrews 13:7 and download the memory verse backgrounds for your phone or computer. Children can recite this verse each week during Camp Wannastay to collect a prize from Counselor Poncho at the Camp Canteen.


Camp Wannastay – Week 6 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity. I Timothy 4:12 (NIV)
Main Point: I can be a leader who makes a difference!
Bible Story: Fish and Loaves, John 6:5-12

During Camp Wannastay, we’re learning how to be leaders who set an example for others in what we say and do. One of the best ways to set an example for others is by making a difference in the lives of those around you. We saw a perfect example of this in the Bible with the boy who was willing to share his lunch so that Jesus could feed thousands of people. It was a small act but it had a huge impact!

In our lives, it can be easy to not take those steps of faith because they seem inconvenient or insignificant but Jesus can take those small steps and use them to make a difference in others’ lives. Talk with your family this week about steps you can take to make a difference and make sure you’re back next week to kick off Love Week 2015 – one of the best opportunities all year long to make a difference!


Camp Wannastay – Week 5 #Quest

Bible Story: 1 Samuel 17 | David The Hero
Main Point: Leaders obey!
Memory Verse: “Remember your leaders who taught you the word of God. Think of all the good that has come from their lives, and follow the example of their faith.” Hebrews 13:7


We are partnering with Newspring Church and using their Camp Wannstay video curriculum.To learn more about KidSpring, visit https://newspring.cc/kidspring.

At Camp Wannastay we are learning how to be leaders in all we say and do! We learned David was a leader because he obeyed his father and took food to his brothers. When we obey, we are leaders, too! When we obey, we set a good example for those around us.

This week, we received a camp postcard from our friend Silver Squirrel. Make sure your child wears SILVER and joins us in Quest this weekend to celebrate Silver Squirrel Day! We can’t wait to see you there!

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Camp Canteen
Join us in helping your child learn Hebrews 13:7, our camp memory verse. Children can recite this verse each week during Camp Wannastay to collect a prize from the Camp Canteen.

Remember your leaders (point to head and say “bing”)
who taught you the word of God. (open hands like a book)
Think of all the good (two thumbs up)
that has come from their lives, (spread arms wide)
and follow the example (cup hands around mouth while whispering)
of their faith. (shout and pump fist in the air)

Learning this verse helps us learn how to be better leaders, like those in the Bible stories we read each week. Practice your verse with your camper then ask your child to Remember, Think, and Follow to review what we learned this weekend:

  1. Remember: Who was the leader you learned about at Camp Wannastay? (David)
  2. Think: How did David obey his father? (He took food to his brothers on the battlefield.)
  3. Follow: How can you be a leader like David? (By obeying.)

Camp Wannastay – Week 5 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity. I Timothy 4:12 (NIV)
Main Point: I can be a leader who lets others go first!
Bible Story: A Brave New Leader, Judges 4

During Camp Wannastay we’re learning how to be leaders who set an example for others in what we say and do. One way to set an example for others is to let others go first. It’s easy to get caught up thinking that leadership is all about you but one of the most important things a leader can do is put others first. This week we learned about Deborah, a leader from the book of Judges. Deborah showed great leadership by caring less about the fame that could have come from defeating the enemy and instead let Barak lead the charge.

In your family this week, talk about opportunities to put others first. It may seem counterintuitive but Jesus taught that true leaders were servants first and foremost. Look for ways to be like Deborah, put others first, and be a leader.


Camp Wannastay – Week 4 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity. I Timothy 4:12 (NIV)
Main Point: I can be a leader who celebrates others!
Bible Story: David and Jonathan, I Samuel 15, 16, 18, 20, II Samuel 9

During Camp Wannastay we’re learning about leadership – setting a example for others by what you say and what you do. This week, we learned that leaders celebrate others. We read about how Jonathan, who would’ve been the rightful heir to his father Saul’s throne, celebrated with his friend David when he was anointed as the new king of Israel. It would’ve been easy for Jonathan to be upset and demand his rights but he was a leader, put his desires secondary, and celebrated David.

Talk with your family about opportunities you’ve had to celebrate others’ success and how you handled them. Discuss situations where your kids may have the chance to celebrate the success of others and ask God to give you the courage to do so.