Q24, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit religious organization, held its “Fearless Youth Camp” Aug. 3-5 for rising sixth through rising 12th grade students.According to Lee Anne Bray, a member of Q24’s board of directors, students were able to “be the hands and feet of Jesus” by going out in the community to serve.
The camp kicked off at the Cobbs Creek Arts Center on Aug. 3 with praise and worship from Q24’s band, a message and a Bible study. The weekend’s message centered around I Samuel 17, which tells the story of David and Goliath.
Over the next two days, the 30 campers spent time serving their community in teams. Campers played games with nursing home residents at Sanders and Heron Cove, pulled weeds at Bread for Life Community Food Pantry, sorted donations at The Thrifty Spot, packed snack packs and scrubbed the bedding at the GUEST Shelter and picked up litter in Mathews with supplies provided by the Mathews County Visitor and Information Center. Campers learned that their actions ha...
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