Resources

12 Days ‘Til Christmas: Day 6

This entry was posted on Dec 19 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

On the sixth day of Christmas, Family Camp gave to me . . . Six Quotes from Camp, 8-year-old to staffer: “My middle name is Grace, and my sisters middle name is Joy . . . I think my brother’s is Satan.” Camper: Daddy, lets get an Icee! Dad: You know I pay for those […]

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12 Days ‘Til Christmas: Day 5

This entry was posted on Dec 18 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

On the fifth day of Christmas, Family Camp gave to me . . . Five End-of-Year Stats! Four Christmas songs, Three places to find them, Two videos of the interns, and a big list of tasty recipes.

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12 Days ’til Christmas: Day 4

This entry was posted on Dec 17 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

On the fourth day of Christmas, Family Camp gave to me . . . Four Christmas songs, (and since we talked about this song on Facebook…) Three places to find them, Two videos of the interns, and a big list of tasty recipes.

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12 Days ‘Til Christmas: Day 3

This entry was posted on Dec 16 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

On the third day of Christmas, Family Camp gave to me . . . Three places to find them,   1. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LaityLodgeFamilyCamp 2. Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/familycamp/ 3. Instagram: http://instagram.com/familycamp Two videos of the interns, and a big list of tasty recipes.

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12 Days ‘Til Christmas: Day 2

This entry was posted on Dec 15 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

On the second day of Christmas, Family Camp gave to me . . . Two videos of the Interns,   and a big list of tasty recipes.    

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12 Days ‘Til Christmas: Day 1

This entry was posted on Dec 14 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

On the first day of Christmas, Family Camp gave to me . . . A big list of tasty recipes. ONE BIG LIST of RECIPES from FAMILY CAMP STAFF AND FRIENDS: Dinosaur Food Cookies Holiday Apple Bacon Brussels Sprouts Baklava Egg-less Nog Laity Lodge Cookies Buttermilk Pie Caramel Corn Dinosaur Food Cookies - submitted by Mary […]

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Advent Resources

This entry was posted on Dec 04 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

The holiday season can be a flurry of activities and stress that leave little time to pause and reflect on the Advent of Christ. Here are a few resources to help you carve out space to engage your family in looking forward to Christmas. 1. Do you own the Jesus Storybook Bible? Here is a […]

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Navigating the Steps of a Blended Family

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

The holiday season is here, and with it comes the sometimes-stress of family get-togethers, especially when many of our families are blended together. Charity Craig shares some insight into how she navigates these new, exciting-yet-sometimes-difficult waters. Navigating the Steps of a Blended Family by Charity Singleton Craig Recently, my husband and I along with our […]

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The Greatest Pursuit

This entry was posted on Oct 23 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

The Greatest Pursuit by Andrew Sullivan In hindsight I suppose it’s no surprise to me that when I graduated from TCU in Fort Worth, Texas in 2009, I declined a job lead at ESPN Radio in Dallas to pursue a career as a performing songwriter. My parents have always been supportive of my goals, but […]

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Parenting a Multi-Racial Family

This entry was posted on Sep 04 2014, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

Parenting a Multi-Racial Family by Stacy Conner Stacy Conner is an amazing mom of five gorgeous kids. She parents intentionally to ensure they all feel well-loved, and she sees the different races in her family as a welcomed opportunity to talk about her heart for adoption. I think one key to Stacy’s ease with parenting […]

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