This post is nothing formal, just a little explanation of what’s going to be happening on my blog and Instagram this weekend! I’m so excited to be heading to Southwind, a YoungLife camp in Ocklawaha, Florida, for Wyldlife camp this weekend (Thursday to Monday)! If you’re unfamiliar with Wyldlife, it’s YoungLife’s (the Christian ministry targeted at teenagers which I’m super involved in – read more about their mission here) middle school ministry. Similarly to how YoungLife is largely led by college students, most of my area’s Wyldlife leaders are high school students, myself included! I’m so blessed to have the opportunity to lead at summer camp this year and I could not be more thrilled to have the chance to travel to another one of YoungLife’s gorgeous properties with my area’s sweet middle schoolers! Our time at camp will include lots of fun activities like swimming in a pool and lake, watching hilarious skits, eating amazing food, experiencing a ton of awesome surprises, and learning more about a relationship with God. Going to a YoungLife camp entails lack of access to technology (excluding cameras) for the duration of our time at camp to exclude distractions from the purpose of going to camp. That means I physically won’t be able to post on my Instagram or blog while I’m gone, but someone else can!
While I’m away, I have Cali from A Touch of Southern Style (@atouchofsouthernstyle on Instagram) taking over my Instagram for me (she’ll be posting my pictures I’ve scheduled for her) and I’ve scheduled two blog posts (including my June playlist and a new Scripture Sunday) to go up Friday and Sunday while I’m gone! Cali is so sweet to do this for me and I know y’all will love her, so definitely check out her Instagram and blog!
Blogging aside, I would really appreciate your prayers this (long) weekend! I’m stoked to have the opportunity to be used by God at Southwind and I want to be the very best leader I can be. Please pray that God would ease my nerves, help me interact well and form strong relationship with my girls at camp, and use me to model a healthy relationship with Him. I’m definitely more excited than nervous about leading at Wyldlife camp this time around, but I still want to be sure I’m serving as a window to God for the kids at camp, not a window to me.
Thanks for reading, see y’all when I get back! Look forward to a post (hopefully including a video!) about my experience at Southwind! Have a great weekend!