It is very hard for me to believe that tomorrow is the last day of the Children’s camp, and even harder to believe that we fly home on Thursday. I can’t believe how fast time has flown by.
I must have been running on adrenaline and instant coffee today as I taught my lesson because shortly afterwards I completely crashed for a couple of hours. I’m still very, very tired and it is very late, so this will be brief. I apologize for not having posted more updates. The day is just so packed with always getting ready for the next event.
Ben finished the wardrobe he’s been working on so hard. It has been moved to the stage and will serve as a striking symbol tomorrow for the final message about life with Christ. He was grateful to have the help of our new friend, Anton to get it finished . Since I (Rachel) am writing this post, I’ll say that it is incredible. It will also be used for another Narnia themed camp in a couple of weeks with over 100 kids.
Please be in prayer for these kids as they spend their last day here. The language barrier makes it hard to know what they are all thinking and feeling, but I just have this deep sense that this week has had a big impact on a few of them. For whatever reason, Ruvim and Ananstasia are particularly on my heart. I suspect there could be a reason for that, so I ask you to pray specifically for them.
Here are some pictures, so you can pray for these sweet faces – pray that God will speak to their hearts as they enter their last day here. And prayers for us as we have to say goodbye and leave our home-away-from-home. We head to Warsaw Wednesday morning.