Bible Camp in Pictures

Before we left for bible camp, I stopped at the garage for an oil change. When we pulled in, Chloe excitedly asked, “Are we at camping?!?” Silly little bear.

When we arrived at Bible Camp, I set up the tent with a little “help” from Chloe and John. The air mattress had to be pumped up with a hand pump. John was surprisingly helpful in this area!

Our evenings were spent enjoying the fire and the treats that go along with campfires!

Our days were spent jumping,

horseback riding,

swimming and rolling in the mud,

playing on the GT,



puddle jumping (or puddle-sitting),


and our week ended with two sleeping tots on our way home! What an incredible time! The Lord spoke to me through so many of the messages, I made new friends, enjoyed our adventures and found plenty of quiet time to myself under a shady tree while the littles napped each day.

Now to tackle the laundry!


    • Yes, it is amazing how much there is after a week of camping! It makes me appreciate my own mother so much because growing up we spent A LOT of time camping in the summers!

  1. Those are a great set of photos! That looks like a great Bible camp. Never heard of doing such a thing, but it sounds like you had a fantastic time. Is it similar to a Family Camp with your church? That’s what we used to do.

    ~Mimi @ Woven by Words

    • It’s actually a camp owned by a church here in Southern Ontario. The camp is located in Rodney (just outside of London). They invite anyone who wants to come to come for family week. Any Southern Ontario Readers who want to come next year? Seriously, it’s a blast!

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