Newsletter Archive

Highs and Lows

This entry was posted on Sep 12 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Newsletter Archive

With summer in the rearview mirror and school and fall activities in full swing, some bittersweet feelings are evoked in all of us.  Our friends at Laity Lodge Youth Camp have shared a tradition called “Highs and Lows” that is designed to help us look back at our summers and intentionally focus on the great […]

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Remembering the Great Things God Has Done

This entry was posted on Sep 11 2014, by Morgan Dooley and is filed under Insights from Emily, Newsletter Archive, The Family Camp Blog

Remember by Emily Ballbach Fall is nearly here! Although Texas weather does not always give us the reminder of a changing season, most of us are at the crossroads of another school year, business decision, or even sending kids to school for the first time. Whatever hustle and bustle you find yourself in, it can […]

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Stay Connected This Fall

This entry was posted on Aug 12 2014, by Morgan Dooley and is filed under Family Camp, Newsletter Archive, The Family Camp Blog

Well, it’s hard to believe that only six weeks ago we were talking about training our staff for the summer. Now, here we are talking about what an incredible summer it has been! Our staff came from all around Texas and even from as far as the island of Turks and Caicos. This group of […]

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The Definition of Outrageous Hospitality

This entry was posted on Jul 17 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Family Camp Style, Newsletter Archive, The Family Camp Blog

What is Outrageous Hospitality? Laity Lodge Family Camp defines it as: Sharing the love of Christ without using words by sacrificially putting others’ needs in front of your own. How does this look? When training our staff, I frequently refer to Philippians 2:1-5  as a reminder to “not only look out for your own personal interests, […]

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The Definition of Amazing

This entry was posted on Jun 06 2014, by Morgan Dooley and is filed under Family Camp, Newsletter Archive, The Family Camp Blog

  The definition of amazing—Webster defines it as: Causing amazement, great wonder, or surprise But, I define it as a few hundred high school and college kiddos who selflessly head to the H. E. Butt Foundation Camp and prepare for God’s work. There’s a lot of truth to the phrase, “The student becomes the teacher.” I […]

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Session 3 2013

This entry was posted on May 16 2014, by ldean and is filed under LLFC, Newsletter Archive, Video
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Ready for Jam?

This entry was posted on May 12 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Newsletter Archive

Ready for Jam? Summer is right around the corner, but there is still time to register your 6-10th grade boys for Echo Valley Jam Session at LLYC from August 3 – August 9, 2014. To register and for more information, feel free to follow the links below. I want to register now. Tell me more […]

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Online Guest Portal

This entry was posted on Apr 07 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Newsletter Archive

  Family Camp is excited about our online guest portal!  This system is the product of a collaborative effort involving all programs of Foundations for Laity Renewal (Laity Lodge, LLYC, Foundation Free Camps, Laity Lodge Family Camp, and The High Calling) in an effort to provide all our guests with a seamless experience of and […]

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Parent Tip – Getting Your Kids Ready for Spring Sports

This entry was posted on Mar 27 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Newsletter Archive

After a long, cold winter, you and your kids may be looking forward to getting outdoors and enjoying some physical activity. For many kids, that means participating in an organized sport. Sports are a great way to learn discipline and teamwork, get some exercise and make new friends. But approached the wrong way, sports can […]

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Movie Review: Son of God

This entry was posted on Mar 24 2014, by Christy Richardson and is filed under Newsletter Archive

Bringing the Bible to the big screen, the Son of God movie tells the story of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. Like The Passion of the Christ, this movie portrays Christ’s suffering and crucifixion (although not as graphically), so it may not be appropriate for young children. Son of God tells the story of Jesus’ […]

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