The eHerald August 20, 2020
Like many other events and activities, most summer camps have not been able to escape the effects of the pandemic. As the novel coronavirus ravaged the country earlier this year, many Adventist summer camps held out for as long as they could before making the dreaded decision; that there would be no traditional summer camp this year.
However, instead of forfeiting their summer altogether and losing an opportunity to mentor the youth in their communities, Youth leaders around the Lake Union began planning creative ways to host virtual or mobile camp programs. Summer youth ministry is too important to quit,” says Lake Union Youth Director, Ron Whitehead. So, we adapt. All for His glory.”