By Ruth Shuford
St. George's Session I wrapped up last Wednesday, and while we're sad to see them go, we know they had a great time here on the mountain. St George's I spent the week learning about how every individual is a beloved member of the Body of Christ, and just like a body needs eyes, ears, feet, and even belly buttons, our community needs each of us and our many gifts in order to thrive. To help them understand this idea, St. George's campers explored and contemplated the important things that they bring to the Body, discussed how to treat others with unconditional love, and practiced encouraging and lifting one another up each and every day. Some other fun activities at St. George's Session I included games of frisbee and "Cows and Chickens," cookouts under the pavilion, and a talent show.
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