Day four at Camp Covecrest was yet another spirit-filled day. Teens spent the morning tackling high and low ropes courses while others tackled the river and went white water rafting. The evening session was on “Epic Prayer” where the campers had the chance to pray during adoration.
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Teens spent the morning of day three at Covecrest tackling the ropes course and going white water rafting. After campers spent the day conquering their fears, it was time to head to an evening session led by Randy Raus, this week’s host. The night was on “Epic Spirit” and diving into the Holy Spirit. Teens had the chance to be prayed over by youth ministers, core members and summer staffers in front of the Blessed Sacrament.
Teens spent day four at Camp Covecrest going on epic adventures! Some went white water rafting while others encouraged each other on the ropes courses. In the evening, everyone gathered for Mass, celebrated by Msgr. Moyer. After Mass, Br. Paul Kostka led a session on “Epic Prayer” where everyone got to pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament. During adoration, teens had the chance to dive into scripture and journal.
Day four at Covecrest was spent diving into “epic adventures!” Teens were challenged on the high and low ropes course in the morning. They were able to face some of their fears while their brothers and sisters cheered on words of encouragement. Following the ropes course was a session on “Epic Prayer.” The night concluded with the most epic form of prayer, Eucharistic Adoration!
Day three at Covecrest was a day full of “epic adventures.” Some campers went white water rafting while others tackled the high and low ropes courses. After a fun-filled day, everyone gathered in the amphitheater for Mass celebrated by Fr. Eric Schild. The evening was spent in a session where Joe Farris, this week’s host, gave a talk on “Epic Spirit.” Teens then had the chance to invite the Holy Spirit into their hearts while the Summer Staff prayed over them.
Edge campers spent the morning of day four tubing and tackling the ropes course. In the afternoon, the boys and girls were split into separate sessions and Masses to learn what it means to be true men and women of God. Campers gathered at the end of the night in adoration where they were able to pray over their brothers and sisters.
Campers spent the morning of day four tackling the ropes course once more. In the afternoon, campers were split into a girls session and a boys session where girls were able to spend Mass with their sisters and boys with their brothers. They continued to have separate sessions until that evening when they were brought together for adoration.
Teens spent day four conquering their fears and diving into epic prayer. Some spent the morning on the high and low ropes course while the other half spent the day white water rafting. In the evening, Dan Huss gave a talk about epic prayer and teens had a chance to talk to God through reflection and journaling. The night ended with the most epic form of prayer, adoration.
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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.