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How to choose the summer camp program that is right for you

by Stacie Hoppman on January 8,2018 in Uncategorized with No Comments

How to choose the summer camp program that is right for you

Camp Wyoming offers so many different options for summer camp. There’s Music, Arts, & Drama, Discovery, Extreme Adventure, Night Owls, Pirates, and more! How do you know which program is right for you? Here’s some helpful tips to consider before you register: First, have you ever been to camp before? If this is your first... read more

Our Summer Camp Christmas List

by Stacie Hoppman on December 6,2017 in Camp Talk with No Comments

Our Summer Camp Christmas List

It’s that time of year when kids are making out their Christmas lists and the stores are filling with people scouring the aisles for the perfect gifts for friends and family. Holiday music plays at the mall, Christmas lights outline homes and neighborhoods, and the weather certainly has a fresh nip in the air. The... read more

Why Does Being A Camp Counselor Matter?

by Stacie Hoppman on October 26,2017 in Camp Staff Camp Talk Summer Camp with No Comments

Why Does Being A Camp Counselor Matter?

This past year, at the conclusion of summer camp, we asked parents what their kids talked about most when they picked them up from camp. The number one answer, far and above any activity or experience, was the counselors. Kids are drawn to summer camp because of the things they can do and the fun... read more

Talking about Tragedy on Social Media

by Stacie Hoppman on October 2,2017 in Growing Faith with No Comments

Talking about Tragedy on Social Media

What do we say in the face of tragedy? How are we supposed to respond? We call for prayer through social media posts and even with trendy hashtags like #prayforvegas. We post articles and watch as the death count rises. Doesn’t it sometimes seem trivial, far removed from the reality that some people went to... read more

10 dinner table conversations for your family

by Stacie Hoppman on September 19,2017 in Parents with No Comments

10 dinner table conversations for your family

It can be hard to tear kids away from their video games, cell phones, and computers and get them to just engage in conversation, especially if it’s with their parents! The older they get, the easier it is for them to immerse themselves in texting and social media conversations rather than sharing feelings and stories... read more