Tuesday, June 24, 2014

An Update

Hey readers, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted a blog update so thought it was time to let you know what is happening in my life!  Right now, I am writing this post from a small office here at Camp YavaPines in Prescott, Arizona.  I’m excited to be working as the media director here this summer.  This past week I was with the youth and young adults, filming them as they engaged in community service projects.  The pastor for the Young Adults, Jeremy Anderson (with Next Level Living ministry), spoke powerfully on practical Christianity in our hectic, modern era.  The past few weeks, I have felt God calling me to a new and deeper relationship with Him; God has been working mightily in my life and I’ve sensed the need to publicly seal my commitment to Christ.  At the end of the week, I responded to the call to be rebaptized and publicly announce my dedication to Christ - 100%.  I am so thrilled to be wholly surrendered to Christ and I look forward to seeing how He will use me in ministry through the skills He has given me.

On July 19, I will be headed up to Andrews University to begin practicing the Daniel drama production that we will be performing at Oshkosh.  I’m very excited for this opportunity to work with some pretty talented people as we share the story of Daniel’s faithfulness to over 50,000 Pathfinders.  Over the next few weeks, you will be receiving periodic updates about that production as I continue to prepare for the show, getting an exclusive behind-the-scenes perspective.  Also, stay tuned for some vlogs that we might be producing regarding the production as well.  You’ll definitely want to check those out!

I don’t get too much time on the internet here during camp, so this has to be short for now.  But keep me and the rest of the camp staff in your prayers as we continue to minister to the kids here at YavaPines, and then stay tuned for updates regarding the upcoming Daniel story production!!

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  1. I wrote this once but it disappeared. Will try again. I am so proud of you for all your under takings. You are a special person to know what you want and can acchieve it. It renews me to read all your undertakings. You never stop. So much like my life. I never stopped because I had 6 kids to raise. Sorry to say that I didn't give God much credit for that as I was so busy and didn't have enough h ours in a day. Since I met your Uncle, My life changed and it was a joyful time with him. Now he is gone and I am trying to carry on. You are an inspiration to me. Keep the quotes c oming. Love you Aunt JO

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    1. Thank you Aunt Joetta!! I can definitely say that everything I do is only through God's strength and power. I enjoy keeping busy and doing a variety of different activities. I know you have led a very busy life as well and I'm so privileged to be related to you and get to visit you from time to time! Stay strong in the Lord and maybe we'll get to see each other again sometime.

      Love,
      Seth

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