Evans Head Easter Camp 2019
“They just seem get better and better” was a comment heard at the end of our recent Easter Camp at Evans Head. A sentiment that I can heartily agree with.
Easter Camp 2019 was not our largest ever, but it was very memorable for its simplicity, its ministry, the fellowship it provided, and the 'unity of the Spirit’ enjoyed bythose who were able attend.
Once again we were treated to numerous uplifting talks and testimonies for our spiritual food coupled with great performances, fellowship games to entertain us, and café times to enjoy personal fellowship with our brethren.
Sunday saw an influx of day visitors from the Gold Coast fellowship join us, swelling our numbers for the communion meeting and the days fellowship that followed. Their attendance certainly added to our blessing and their desire to be a part of our camp for the day was enjoyed by all.
Evans Head camps have been running for 36 years now and prior to this years camp I had wondered if our Easter Camp had run its course, as our bookings were considerably down on previous years. However, I came away from camp with a renewed commitment to ensure that we continue to provide the opportunity for blessing, renewal, strengthening and vision-clearing for any who are able to make their way to camp for as long as we are able.
‘We claim to be a 21st century version of that church first established and described in the book of Acts. ’ Our claim