This past week I have spent my time in the freezing cold (but beautiful) sites of a wonderful campground not too far from Smalltown, MA. During my time at this retreat the other campers and I had to focus on commitment and what it means (while I was typing this introduction, Grey’s Anatomy was talking about commitment).
So, I decided that I would interview one of the legends that comes and endures the church camp every year with all the church camp goers.
How do you commit to Christ?
I commit to Christ through prayers, actions.. then if I give an answer I’ll be miss goody two shoes
I try to *starts singing* follow Jesus.
I feel that my commitment is totally personal. I’m not one to brag about [it]. Seriously, I don’t want to brag.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Pray. Read. You’re not gonna put pray.
Pray Pray Pray. Talk to the Holy Spirit.
I practice walking on water to see how strong my faith is, if I walk across the pond I’m doing really well.
Why are you at God Camp
Because I enjoy communing with nature and God’s children.
What’s your favorite part about camp?
The day you go home.
What’s your favorite camp memory?
I was never a camper, I ran away from this place further than.. I went to one CONVO and I think that was it.
My favorite memory… all of them are fond, I can’t even pick one because they are so fond…
Pretty soon I’ll have a book going.. I’ll be in churches everywhere pretty soon. I’ll be like Mother Theresa.. Mother Mimi!
If I get locked up because of this because they think I’m some freak or cucu.
What is the best thing church camp has to offer?
Don’t ask me that question.. A bonding between friends, prayer and social interaction and social interaction covers a lot.
What’s your favorite card game to watch?
I don’t even know the names of these silly things
You know I sit in front of a TV and I watch the game unless it’s an important game I don’t even know what’s going on. I couldn’t tell you the names or the players or the team I just totally zone out. Ask Eric I just zone out. I just sit in front of the TV and people ask what I do and I just zone out.
What do you think Big Papi’s biggest contribution to society was?
What’s your favorite ice cream?
Coffee coffee buzz buzz buzz from Ben and Jerry’s.
God I haven’t had that in forever.
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