Getting off the bus are Jalen Winston (orange shirt) and Brian Wolfenbarger. The bus delivered children to Camp Journey held at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, Knoxville.
Peter Grabowski plays with parachute.
Leader Kailyn Strogsdill, being mummified (visual demonstration), shares the story of Lazarus rising from the dead during Bible study at Camp Journey. Kailyn is an Acteen from Flat Rock Missionary Baptist Church in Kentucky.
Justice Spivy enjoys the hula hoops during recreation time held at Camp Journey at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, Knoxville.
Campers and leaders enjoy recreation time at Camp Journey. The camp, held at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, was part of City Reach Knoxville.
Bill Hickman and Evelyn Keech from Beaver Dam Baptist Church supervise children as they get off the bus.
Peter Grabowski gives “bunny ears” to Xander Adelman at Camp Journey.
More than 100 children and workers gathered for two weeks at Beaver Dam Baptist Church in Knoxville for Camp Journey. The camp, geared toward reaching unchurched children in the Halls community, was part of City Reach, Knoxville.
— Photos by Corinne Williams
Enjoying the tug of rope are Peter Grabowski (gray shirt), Caison Paul (blue shirt), Jacob Majors (red shirt), and Tyler Ford (far left with glasses). Majors recently accepted Christ at Beaver Dam Baptist Church.
Mya Thompson enjoyed her time at Camp Journey at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, which was held as part of City Reach Knoxville.
Tanya Jones of Beaver Dam Baptist served as a recreation leader and organized youth activities.
Joe Sorah, of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board staff, talks with a camper at Camp Journey, held at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, Knoxville.
Judy Davis of Lakewood Baptist Church, Beech Grove, teaches students from John 3:16 during Camp Journey.
Dave Hankins leads children in practice for the musical they presented Thursday evening (July 20). Parents and friends were invited to attend the musical which was the culmination two weeks of Camp Journey, The camp was sponsored by Beaver Dam Baptist Church and used volunteers from the church and others, including a team from the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board.
A camper at Camp Journey colors a page reflecting the teaching found in John 3:16.