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  • Writer's pictureClarissa Rosario

Singing for Jesus

On Thursday night, the audience was delighted by the joyful faces of over 60 children from the Kindergarten and Primary classes who lined up on the Stuart Auditorium stage to sing praises to our Lord. A shark, a turtle, and other sea animals also made their debut on stage—no need to worry, no real sea creatures were present. The children’s faces reflected the words of songs like “I’ve Got Joy Like a River,” “This Little Light of Mine,” and “The Fruit of the Spirit Song” in the most heartfelt and accurate way, making it a memorable night for everyone in attendance.

Throughout the week, these children have been enjoying the program and activities prepared for them with great dedication. Each class is themed differently, catering to various age groups. The Kindergarten students embarked on underwater adventures, discovering the wonders of God’s creation through stories and crafts centered around sea creatures. The Primary class focuses on the Fruits of the Holy Spirit, learning about virtues such as love, joy, peace, and kindness.

Every day activities start at 9:00 a.m. with a lively singing session, followed by a devotional related to each class’s specific theme for the week. The morning is then filled with a variety of arts and crafts activities, from hat decorations to creating octopuses with cupcake liners, ensuring the children are both entertained and educated. This is followed by playground time, giving the children a chance to play and interact with each other, and work out some of their pent-up energy. The afternoon session, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m., includes activity stations and additional playground time.

Through these well-planned activities, kids learn important lessons about faith and spirituality in a fun and memorable way.

Our children’s program at camp meeting is a place where children can learn, play, and grow in their faith. Supported by a dedicated team of camp leaders, kids are guided by the teachings of Jesus. Although a week full of joy and learning is coming to an end, we pray that God continues to guide and prepare our kids for His glory.

—Clarissa Rosario

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