Creating An Inviting Culture: Summer Camp Is The Linch Pin

The definition of “linchpin”: 1. a person or thing vital to an enterprise or organization. 2.¬†a pin passed through the end of an axle to keep a wheel in position. Either definition works in regards to summer camps and creating an inviting culture with your group. The first definition would be true in the fact that summer camp has the biggest potential to get new students plugged into your community and to have students invite friends to something worth coming to. Everything hinges off summer camp. The second definition¬†works because without summer camp, our ministry rolling into the fall would make it seem like the wheel is falling off of the momentum we want going into the new year. Summer camp keeps the wheels on and rolling. Why? Our camp is 5 days long. If you add up the hour’s students are at camp and being involved in spiritual things to how many Wednesday … Continue reading Creating An Inviting Culture: Summer Camp Is The Linch Pin