Life Pacific University Virginia students spent a weekend serving the students at Foursquare Camp Hickory in Northern Illinois. Despite the snowy conditions, the fire of the Holy Spirit was present as the LPUVA team led worship, facilitated breakout sessions, and hosted late-night games for all the campers.
One of the breakouts was focused on songwriting skills, where Josiah Godin was able to demonstrate the power of biblical songwriting and its value in worship. Associate Director of Admissions for LPUVA, Paul Godin, also got the opportunity to speak to the campers. It was a powerful weekend with the youth students and the LPUVA student representatives.
A special thank you to Josiiah, Preston, Nelly, Abby, Charity, and Elijah for putting the servant-hearted leadership that is taught in the LPU classrooms into practice. They brought the Warrior Spirit to Camp Hickory.
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