Tomorrow is the last day of the Kreo Camp for Polish Teens, and our last day in Ostróda. Tonight, Dr. Isabella Drake, the scientist who has been challenging the campers all week, came to some important illustrations. It’s late and I’m very tired, so I won’t go into the whole explanation, but the short story is that she came to see things a little differently today. She gave a science demonstration that illustrated the gift of forgiveness through Christ and highlighted important truths about relationship, love and purpose in life. Tomorrow will be a lesson on the Wedding Feast of the Lamb, as well as an invitation time. I know there are a lot of kids really doing some deep thinking. Please pray that God will work in their hearts and that this camp will become a point in their life story where they first came to know God or grow in their faith.
If you haven’t already seen them, here are the picture slideshows for this week (so far). Watch them and pray over these young men and women with me as we bring this camp to a close.
You can also be in prayer for Ben as he continues to work to finish the new camp sign and get it up before our time is up. Saturday morning we leave for Warsaw, and Sunday we fly home. Although we are exhausted and spent, we can’t believe it is time to leave already.