CRC travel camp continues summer tradition of spiritual getaway

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Group returns from seven-day stay in South Dakota

  • At left: This year’s CRC travel camp brought youth to South Dakota for a shortened seven-day getaway. Campers were without cell phones and spent time growing in faith. Below: Due to COVID-19, the trip had to be moved to South Dakota, but luckily campers were a ways from others on site and still enjoyed all nature had to offer as well as teachings led by adult leaders. Courtesy photos
    At left: This year’s CRC travel camp brought youth to South Dakota for a shortened seven-day getaway. Campers were without cell phones and spent time growing in faith. Below: Due to COVID-19, the trip had to be moved to South Dakota, but luckily campers were a ways from others on site and still enjoyed all nature had to offer as well as teachings led by adult leaders. Courtesy photos
  • CRC travel camp continues summer tradition of spiritual getaway
    CRC travel camp continues summer tradition of spiritual getaway
A staple in the summer plans for many local youths, the Christian Resource Center travel camp may have looked a little different this year, but the message and fellowship remained the same. When asked just how they made this year’s trip happen, Jordan Grantham joked that he “begged and pleaded” before everyone eventually said yes. “We looked at a couple of options, but doors were closing,”…

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