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LYP Texas 2017 Live Stream!

Join us throughout the 2017 Texas teen camp for live streaming of the Christian Living classes. Christian Living classes begin each day at 9 am Central Time and will last for around an hour.

To view the live stream, visit http://www.livestream.com/livingyouth. You will need the LYP Livestream password – which is the same as the password that is used for Mr. Monson’s Friday Evening studies. If you don’t have it, you can retrieve the password by logging into MyLCG or contacting texas@livingyouth.org.  We look forward to you joining us!

We’ll also be posting photo content throughout the camp on the Living Youth Programs Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/Living.Youth.Programs.

Adventure Camp at Mount Rainier—Clarification

All those planning to attend the Adventure Camp at Mount Rainier need to bring a backpack in addition to a small daypack. Please bring both.

Texas Teen Camp—Bedding for Camper Dormitories

Campers attending Teen Camp in Texas might want to know that the bunk bed mattresses in their dormitories are 30 inches wide, so they can plan appropriately for the bedding to bring.

Adventure Camp at Mount Rainier – Bring Daypack

All those planning to attend the Adventure Camp at Mount Rainier, please add a small daypack to your packing list.

North Carolina Preteen Camp

Last week, 114 campers and staff at the North Carolina Preteen Camp enjoyed the first North American camp of 2017. Each day began with Christian Living classes that focused on the theme for this year: the Book of Exodus. They learned about the Ten Commandments as well as the ten plagues and the crossing of the Red Sea. Activities supported this theme, as the children learned songs about the Exodus in music class and reviewed the Commandments in arts and crafts. In addition, the campers enjoyed archery, ultimate frisbee, flag football, photography, orienteering, swimming, and paddle-boarding. It was a great start to the camp season. A special thanks both to those who served this year and to all who prayed for the success of the camp!—Mark Sandor