West 2018 - Proverbs
- When: Tuesday 3rd - Friday 6th April, 2018
Arrive: 3pm (Tuesday 3rd) Depart: 1pm (Friday 6th)
- Where: Norval Lodge, Halls Gap
- Speaker: Jared Keath
- Who Can Come: 12 - 21 year olds
- How Much: $145 (Either full payment of $145 or deposit of $75 required when registering. Cheques are to be made out to "Presbyterian Church of Victoria").
- Theme: Back Through Time
- Registration: Opens 30th Jan, closes 20th March 2018 (Late registrations will be accepted solely at the discretion of the Camp Convenor)
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About The Speaker - Jared Keath
I grew up believing in God, but tended to relate to him the way one relates to a grumpy policeman. That all changed while at uni, when I learned the gospel from a fellow student. I put my trust in Jesus and have been following him ever since. I'm married to Jasmine and have five children. I am currently one of the pastors at Frankston Presbyterian Church. I spend my spare time exploring creation with my family, swimming at the beach and riding bikes.
About The Topic - Proverbs
Life is incredibly complex: decisions... decisions... What will I do once I finish school? How will I survive? Where will I live? Who should I marry? What if I mess up? Just one foolish decision could be disastrous!
We all need something that will enable us to navigate life well. That something is wisdom. But not just any wisdom. We need the wisdom described in Proverbs—the wisdom that begins with 'the fear of the Lord.' At West Camp we're going to explore God's wisdom, especially as it relates to some key aspects of teenage life, and let it lead us to the one greater than Solomon, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.
About Your Convenors - Jesse & Naomi Crabb
We are both Presbyterian Minister's children. Going on Christian camps had a huge impact on both of us. Camps helped us grow in our Christian faith and knowledge. They also helped the spark that led to our marriage. We now live in a small town north of Ballarat, with our two children (who will be on camp) and an array of animals (which will not). We attend Daylesford Presbyterian Church.
What To Bring
Bible & pens; drink bottle; appropriate clothing (including sunhat, t-shirts & shorts for pool); old clothes for messy activities; bath towel & toiletries; pillow, sleeping bag/doona; money for bookstall, merchandise & tuckshop and 'Back Through Time' costume for themed dinner.
Contact West Camp Convenors Jesse & Naomi: firstname.lastname@example.org
or the PYV Office: email@example.com or 0434 198 156.
Or join the Facebook event and ask there.