Saturday, April 06, 2019

Sophomores Logging in Tennessee

Posted by: Bianca Saravia, Bill Hood, and Christa Clark
 Today started off with breakfast at 7:00 am, the food was delicious.

Afterwards we went into our devotion books separately to look at Ephesians Ch. 2 and took our own notes. From there we got onto the bus and headed out to the wood ministry. We worked for many hours, loading the wood onto the huge old army truck, a pickup truck and a trailer..

Then we went to eat at the First Presbyterian Church of Greeneville where they had a home cooked lunch for us. After we ate we worked for a few more hours.

Our time spent at the woods ministry contained many laughs and thanks to God, no injuries.

We rode back to camp exhausted from the work and ready for some well deserved free time. During those hours we cleaned up, went to the game room, prepared for praise and worship, and became more familiar with the camp. Dinner was fabulous with some long view ranch classics which were roast beef, mash potatoes and gravy, biscuits and homemade strawberry jam,cheesy broccoli casserole and some warm apple crisp with vanilla ice cream. After dinner we were each given verses to memorize from Ephesians and then read them in order in a circle. Then we went into a lovely praise and worship were the team sang Glorious Day and Sinking Deep. During praise and worship our class felt Spirit led and enthusiastically participated. After that we went into class discussion about Ephesians 1-2 and many students shared there insight from those chapters.. The class was then divided into two teams in a closely contested battles of man-hunt ended in a very close game, which lasted over two hours and provided fantastic fun for many. Shout out to Mrs. Gannett from the sophomores in American Literature. Signing off for tonight!