It was a day of challenges and facing fears today at Camp Tepeyac. The campers took on the high ropes course and the paintball field today, spending time with their brothers and sisters, affirming each other and working as teams. After their challenges outside, the teens were challenged to enter deeply into mass and reconciliation, led by worship leader Mikey Needleman and host Lisa Garcia. God’s grace and mercy were abundant tonight and the campers celebrated with a bonfire.
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It was another busy day at Camp Tepeyac today! In the morning, the girls split up for high ropes and a women’s session/crafting/low ropes combo while their brothers tackled the paintball field. After lunch, the girls’ groups switched places and the boys climbed the Tango Tower and rode the zip line. No rain meant the camp was blessed with mass outside, followed by a session on Epic Prayer by hosts Tricia Tembreull and Richard Rivera and a peaceful adoration session with worship led by Francis Cabildo.
Day 3 at Camp Tepeyac was busy but filled with lots of fun and conquering of fears. The guys and girls tackled paintball, high ropes, the Tango Tower, and low ropes. After a beautiful mass, the campers had a chance to praise God with worship led by Francis Cabildo. Hosts Richard Rivera and Tricia Tembreull brought the truth about Epic Prayer. Core members and youth ministers had the opportunity to be prayed over by the summer missionaries and full-time missionaries before they had the chance to pray over their teens.
Day three of the Edge week at Camp Tepeyac was filled with lots of fun outside! The guys and girls split up to tackle the high ropes course and play paintball. Afterwards, host Brian Kelsch spoke and musician Grae McCullough gave a witness. Campers celebrated mass outside at night and processed, following the monstrance to the South Lodge.
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EDGE camp, Day 3 was successful in fighting off the rain and learning team building skills at the high ropes course. Campers were able to let go of fears and work together in trust to master the two levels of ropes. Both guys and girls broke up and played paintball out in the fields as well. Mass was celebrated before dinner by Fr. Marvin, and the rest of the evening was spent in group session with host Paul Latino and in Bible study groups.
Photos are from Camp Tepeyac summer camp 2010, Week 12, for EDGE. The camp theme is “Behold the Mystery.” The host is Paul Latino and the musician is Michael Paul Leon.
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Day 3 of Life Teen at Camp Tepeyac was a spiritually and physically challenging one for teen campers. The day was filled with high ropes courses, team building skills climbing a high wall, and elimination paintball. The ropes course was a challenge for some camp-goers as they let go of fears and the “I can’t” mentality. Every teen came out on top with cheers and encouragement from peers and staff members. The day was ended with a beautiful evening Mass and staff prayer stations that students could go and be prayed over at.
Photos are from Camp Tepeyac Summer Camp 2010, Week 11, for Life Teen. The camp theme is “Behold the Mystery.” Camp hosts are Tricia Tembreull and Marc Leon. The musician is Matt Miller.
It’s day 3 of EDGE Camp at Tepeyac! Today the teens kick it in to high gear both physically and spiritually. They endure a great paintball match and high ropes challenges— testing their nerves, strength, agility, and character. They also enter into a solid Catholic Bible Study, an awe-inspiring sunset Mass, and family dinner.
Photos are from Camp Tepeyac Summer Camp 2010, Week 10, for middle school (EDGE) youth. The camp theme is “Behold the Mystery.” Camp host is Beth Davis and the musician is Matt Franklin.
The majority of the third day of “Behold the Mystery” Summer Camp was spent playing paintball, riding mountain boards, and completing low ropes elements. After surviving the heat, the middle schoolers spent the rest of the night inside with Mass and sessions about the mystery of Mary and the saints. Host Brian Kelsch and musician Mike Waldon participated in activities with the kids, while Father Tom Pastorius walked around and viewed from afar.