On Saturday, the attendees enjoyed an afternoon outdoors participating in the team building activities. At sunset, a large camp fire was lit, and they had games in the light of the fire. After the games, each group received a “Khom Loy” (Thai sky lantern). The members wrote prayers on the lanterns, then they lit it up and released it into the sky together with the other groups. Undoubtedly, many students learned about each other through the activities that day.
Dr. Jee said, “It was a tremendous blessing to see the youth gathered together to study the Bible. The resurrection of Jesus Christ has been reaffirmed by our study, and the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus Christ will be guarded by the students who attended the Bible Camp.”
Davied Zebedeus, head coordinator of the camp, said, “With God’s help and grace, we were able to organize a successful event. Seeing the Holy Spirit at work as the students and faculty seek the Truth in the Bible was a blessing. The Bible Camp this year is very special to me.”