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Oasis Around the Campfire

fire circles

For a few days we get to be together this summer. It will be a time of Oasis. Family and friends connecting after a long time apart. Its time. I am excited to be with you. I sure hope you can come.

Our gathering will be filled with fresh simplicity and a relaxed space. Enjoy the pool, hike some trails, take in mini golf, disc golf, ride your bike, kids concert on the lawn, and make some incredible memories.

Bring your bible. Find some rest. Play hard. Keep it simple.

In the evenings come to campfire. Eric Henderson will draw us into God’s presence with voice and guitar. There will be opportunity to reflect on the day. Laughter, prayer, and joy will mark our time together.

I am going to bring some campfire devotions. God has been teaching me so much about His abundance and faithfulness. I am looking forward to sharing it with you. God will be with us as we gather.

Wrap up each day with a beautiful sunset over beautiful Port Susan Bay. See God’s glory.

Ah yes, a simple time of OASIS…together.

See you soon,

-Ed McDowell, CEO
Warm Beach Camp Ministries

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