These days, it feels like everything is unknown or uncertain. In the midst of it all, we at Pioneer Camp have been reminding each other of what we do know:
God is in control (Col. 1:16-17)
He loves us (Matt. 10:29-31)
He will take care of us (Matt. 6:25-33)
These verses bring us so much comfort! They’re allowing us to look past our circumstances and ask: how can we use our camp knowledge to help families navigate this time away from their friends and churches?
So to answer that question, we’ve put together a list of camp activities for you and your family to do at home. Get ready for crafts, games, and all sorts of fun challenges! We’ll continue to put out activity resources, so check back often or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Did you sign up to the BC Buzz recently? Did you miss the first few issues that went out? Did you accidentally delete an issue? Have no worries! We’ve got all of our issues available here for you to view and enjoy.
Missing camp? Missing familiar faces from camp? This Monday, we’ll be posting a virtual edition of the ‘Late Show’, featuring familiar faces from all around the lake. Check here or on YouTube for the video – posted at Noon EST!
Use arts & craft supplies, lego, blocks, Minecraft, or whatever you can think of to construct your favourite places at Pioneer! Make sure to post your creations on Facebook or Instagram.
A great way to frame meaningful conversations with your kids is by using these colouring pages from our friends at Compassion Series. The downloadable pages celebrate and express gratitude to the front-line workers battling against COVID-19. Share your finished pages with us on Facebook and Instagram.
Stretch your creative muscles and put those empty toilet paper rolls to good use with this DIY bird feeder. Have fun putting this together and watching the birds swoop by to use it! Make sure to share your creations with us on Facebook & Instagram!
Turn your next walk into a camp-wide game! There is nothing like a bit of light-hearted family competition to spice up a walk through the neighbourhood! Just remember to maintain physical distancing restrictions.