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Getting to Know You: Meredith Cain

This entry was posted on Apr 24 2014, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

We have some amazing interns who work with Family Camp throughout the year. Today, we want to give you a little bit of time with LLFC Intern Meredith Cain. 1) Tell me a little bit about yourself. I went to Texas A&M University and graduated with a Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences degree May of […]

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Getting to Know You: Emily Ballbach

This entry was posted on Apr 10 2014, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

Today we are excited to play 20 Questions with Family Camp Associate Director, Emily Ballbach. 1) Tell me a little bit about yourself, whatever background you’d like to share. I was born in Pittsburgh, PA grew up in Seattle, WA. I spent my college years in LA, attending Biola University, went to Seminary at Gordon-Conwell […]

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A Texas Transition

This entry was posted on Apr 07 2014, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

The Reichle Family recently moved to Texas and attended one of our Family Camp weekends. They were gracious to share their story with us. A Texas Transition by Jennifer and Phillip Reichle As we were packing up our car to leave family camp, a young college Worker asked me what was my favorite part of […]

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Getting to Know You: Sean McDonald

This entry was posted on Apr 03 2014, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

Next up to bat in our illustrious lineup of Family Camp staff is one of our amazing interns, Sean McDonald. 1) Tell me a little bit about yourself. My name is Sean Arthur McDonald, I’m 24 years old, and I graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Finance and an International Business Certificate.  […]

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Getting to Know You: Kate Batchelor

This entry was posted on Mar 13 2014, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

Getting to Know You: Kate Batchelor Today we are excited to play 20 Questions with our new Family Camp Registrar and Assistant, Kate Batchelor 1) Will you share a little bit about yourself? My husband and I grew up in Kerrville, and we have recently moved back to raise our family here. We are preparing […]

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Daniel Killian – New Director of Laity Lodge Family Camp

This entry was posted on Jan 17 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Killian joined the Foundations for Laity Renewal (FLR) on Monday, January 6, in the role of Director of Laity Lodge Family Camp. Daniel reports directly to Will Stripling, Executive Director of Camping Programs & Administration. Daniel will play a lead role in carrying out the mission of FLR […]

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Kate Batchelor – New Family Camp Registrar and Assistant

This entry was posted on Jan 17 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

We are excited to announce that Kate Batchelor is now serving  as the Family Camp Registrar and Assistant. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Texas A&M Corpus Christi. After graduating from college, Kate substituted at elementary schools in San Antonio and then landed in Midland, Texas, teaching third grade. Kate will provide […]

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The Simple Things

This entry was posted on Dec 12 2013, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

The Simple Things by Wendy and Eric Davenport We returned to the states from the mission field a few days before coming to camp. LLFC was a tremendous time of renewal and relaxation – filling us back up as a family! We love the camp location and enjoy being out in nature. LLFC is superior […]

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A Different Kind of Entertainment

This entry was posted on Dec 05 2013, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

A Different Kind of Entertainment by Perri Rosheger My husband was doing some summer reading for a seminar he took as a school teacher. One of the books is Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business by Neil Postman. As we have discussed the focus of the book, I am […]

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Something for Everyone

This entry was posted on Nov 22 2013, by Tina and is filed under Family Camp, The Family Camp Blog

Something for Everyone by Claire Carter My kindergartner, Henry, got out his Lincoln Logs last night (which he never does and I wish he would more often) and he built something. “Look Mom!” he said so proudly. “I built CABIN 11.” We decided to attend Family Camp at the eleventh hour. I was facing a […]

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