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Mobile Camp 2015 has crossed the finish line and we praise God for all that He has done through our ministry this summer. Many lives were touched with God’s love and the seeds of the gospel were planted into young people’s hearts.

MC Mason CityWe want to THANK everyone who helped in any way throughout the summer and we hope you were as blessed as we were by your service. We also want to THANK everyone who has prayed for our ministry and we want you to know that your prayers were truly answered by God. Prayer is the avenue to which God provides the power and strength of our ministry.

We also want to THANK the parentIGF Bs who allowed us the opportunity to minister to andMC Eldora 2015 serve their children. We grew to love them all in just a short period of time and realize what special gifts they are from God. We also want to THANK the kids for being so good and doing so well at Mobile Camp. We were there to serve them but many, many times they touched our hearts with a kind word, a picture, a hug or a smile that was truly priceless.

MC Webster 2015We want to THANK all those who have supported us financially. Mobile Camp is free to all kids but we are only able to provide it by the gifts God provides through donors who believe in this ministry. We hope to expand and grow our ministry next year and we pray that you will consider giving to this ministry.

Most importantly we want to THANK GOD because He is the reason this ministry exists and serves and grows and is a blessing to children. Mobile Camp is His Work and we are His tools to be used to reach the lives of kids in need. We strive to do everything to bring glory and honor to Him!

Thank you and God Bless!


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Jeff’s Endorsement

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Hi Everyone,

Have you ever seen something that you just couldn’t wait and just had to tell someone – you can’t keep it to yourself?  Well, ya’ll, this is it for me.

I went to an event this past Tuesday that just blew me away.  I know just how much concern there has been about the Mobile Camp.  Tuesday, I spent the afternoon at Waterloo, observing, talking with church members that were present at that location, EMS (they are there every week to show kids the ambulance and what they do), a Deputy (who is there everyday, all day and shows them his car, swat items, etc (forget the rifle) and talks to them about just what he does, hoping that the kids don’t see him as the “bad guy”.  I also talked with and spent time with the kids and counselors.

This week there are about 60 kids!  And from everyone I talked to, it was not the best group of kids that camp has had.  But you would have never known that by watching the counselors working with the kids.

To make a long story short, I have never had my weak perceptions so turned upside down in my life.  I was absolutely happy, proud, joyful and every other word and feeling you could put in there.  Our people were absolutely FABULOUS!!!  Tim was managing the whole operation and had to handle 3 kids who “just weren’t playing well with the others”.  They handled the trouble kids so properly (only 3), without making a scene with the other kids.  The counselors were firm yet very excited about what they were doing and had so much energy; it was just infectious to the kids. I got worn out just watching (only participated a VERY short time!).  I can’t say enough about how much our people were  organized and so full of energy and it really showed to everyone there.  The kids were enthusiastic and having fun.  You could see that some of them wanted to attach themselves to our people, but the boundaries were VERY good and professional. The adults were somewhat amazed and some (even the deputy) took part in the activities.  I came away from there thinking that we should be doing more than 4 sessions this summer.  I had to laugh when Heather told me to become invisible when the parents came to pick up their kids so I wouldn’t mess up their routine of checking the kids out!  When I left, I felt so proud and was shaking my head about what I had just experienced.  I want to go on and on, but I’m sure that by now you get the picture.

With so much negative in communities and life, this was not only what the kids (and hopefully the community) needed, but it was obvious that for at least a day (and week), troubles, fear and bias disappeared.  Even for the adults present.

 Jeff


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