See I am doing a brand new thing

Hello all readers of the camp dash evergreen blog. It is april first, the sun is shining, the birds are singing, the tank is clean (and 'Finding Nemo' is being quoted) spring is right around the corner and it is time for this blog to be updated.

Given the lack of foolish people that read this blog there will be no attempts to fool any one you.


My name is Luke. I just started here at camp. Just started for this year, that is. I've been coming here on and off for a few years now.

Many changes have happened (as you are probably well aware) and the job that I was originally hired for technically no longer exists. Thus I cannot give you an acurate job title and I'm not allowed to just make one up.
So far my job duties have been to update this blog and learn myself about many of the new things that I havn't done before.

Since I dont know much else about my job- I figure ill tell you what i do know and if there's one thing I know it's about my self...

Here is a recent (as in i took it an hour ago) picture of me.
I think its more fun that it (the picture) is sideways.You might want to consider tilting your computer screen or head (whichever is easier for you)




I'm 24 (almost 25)
I have ridiculously bad grammar/spelling (and apologize for such)
I play the drums and other percussion instruments
I have a sarcastic sense of humour (which gets me in to trouble sometimes)
I have been a Christian for a number of years. (I can't tell you an exact date or time)
attended Bethany College for two years and have completed a Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministries and Biblical Studies
I have travelled on missions trips to 5 out of the 7 continents and have a summer backpacking trip planned for the last habitable one this coming summer.


On that note its going to be a very strange summer. I am here for the next three months and a few days before sumer starts I leave. At this point I don't know who will be giving leadership to running things around here then. If you desire to pray you can pray that God provides someone. You can also continue to pray for the staff that God will bring for the spring and summer.

It is fast approaching and to say that I am nervous would be an understatement. I have to trust that God knows what He is doing and with all the people leaving and new people coming it appears as though (as the book of Isaiah says) He 'is doing a brand new thing'




That's all for now,


more as it comes...







-luKe

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