As I sit examining the rock in my hands, it shocks me to realize how accurately it represents my guilt. At first, it looked like an average-sized rock, but when I picked it up over half of it was hidden underground. It is so big I can barely hold it above my knees, yet I feel this attachment to the rock, so strong that I don’t want to set it down.
I want to share 7 reasons why I believe youth pastors who want to be on the cutting edge of reaching the culture will prioritize wilderness trips with their youth. And one of my Recommended Outdoor Programs, Sky Ranch Ute Trail, is leading the way, showing how camps can link arms with local churches to help young people encounter Jesus in the wilderness.
How to design a brilliant flier or brochure that will help close the deal with participants and get them signed up for your outdoor ministry trip?
Leadership skills and the art of following… If it hadn’t been for that delay we wouldn’t have experienced that stunning sunset-ascent of Eldorado Peak and I wouldn’t have gotten my all-time favorite summit pic.
One of the unique contributions of Noah’s is the way they combine epic whitewater rafting down the Arkansas River with Christ-centered wilderness ministry focused on rock climbing, and backpacking.
Here is a list of 50 of the most helpful backpacking blogs on the internet in 2011.