St. Andrews, Malibu, and Wilshire Presbyterian Churches
Campus By The Sea
Santa Catalina Island, CA
PO Box 466, Avalon 90704
Combined Camps
August 16-23 1969
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Wilshire Presbyterian Church,
Malibu Presbyterian Church


          Dean
          Staff
          Nurse

          Women Counselors





          Men Counselors






          Activities
                    George L. McLaird
Ralph Wright
Mrs. Harding

Nicky Allison
Peggy Brooker
Christine Evans
Sue Perkins
Barbara Perkins

John Allison
Richard Andrews
Robert Riner
Doug Smart
Bruce Sopher
Robert Thompson

Scott Chandler



Saturday August 16, 1969

          Boat Leaves

          05:30
          07:00
          07:30
          08:30


          11:00
                     

arrive at camp
dinner
kp
evening activities
introduction, games,
dance, ect
lights out



Sunday August 17, 1969

          07:00
          07:30
          07:45
          08:00
          08:30
          11:00
          11:45
          12:00
          12:30
          01:15
          04:00

          05:15
          05:45
          06:00
          07:30
          09:00
          10:45
          11:15
                    get up! the world has begun
quiet time...
kp
breakfast
morning program
free time
kp
lunch
rest
beach opens
crafts, games for those who
wish to participate
beach closes
kp
dinner
evening program
dance
to cabins
all quite, lights out

QUIET TIME August 17, 1969

"Happy Are Those Who Are Persecuted For Righteousness Sake" said Jesus.

Scripture: Read:
I Thessalonians 2:13-16, 3:1-5
II Corinthians 1:3-11

      As usual, Jesus teaches us something about peace and happiness which goes right against the grain of our usual thoughts about what happiness and contentment really mean. You might logically ask, how is happiness connected with suffering and persecution?

      From our scripture, in Paul's mind suffering was considered a normal part of the Christian life. Why do you think that beginning with Jesus, and then with all of his followers ever since, that we have been the object of persecution, anger, and hostility?

      Can you imagine what would happen if we could find sufficient commitment like Christians possessed in the early Church, so that we would be willing to endure anything for the sake of the work and message of Jesus Christ? Ask yourself the question: "If the time ever came that I had to choose between loyalty to Jesus Christ and personal suffering, or injury to my family, how would I react?"



Monday August 18, 1969

          06:00
          07:00
          07:30
          07:45
          08:00
          09:30
          11:00
          11:45
          12:00
          12:30
          01:15
          04:00
          05:15
          05:45
          06:00
          07:30
          10:30
                    water skiing
up
quiet time...
kp
breakfast
morning worship
free time
kp
lunch
rest
beach opens - olympics
crafts, games, ect.
beach closes
kp
dinner
evening program
in bed...lights out...
mouths shut...ect.

QUIET TIME August 18, 1969

Scripture: Read:
I Thessalonians Chapter I

      What does this chapter have to do with you and your life?



Tuesday August 19, 1969

          06:00
          07:00
          07:30
          07:45
          08:00
          09:30
          11:00
          11:45
          12:00
          12:30
          01:15
          04:00
          05:15
          05:45
          06:00
          07:30
          10:30
                    water skiing
up
quiet time...
kp
breakfast
morning worship
free time
kp
lunch
rest
beach opens
crafts, games, ect.
beach closes
kp
dinner
evening program
to bed...lights out

QUIET TIME August 19, 1969

"IF WE DARED TO LOVE"

Scripture: Read:
I Corinthians 13
I Thessalonians 3:11-13

      Karl Menninger, a noted psychiatrist, states in a recent Book that the future of mankind is totally dependant upon Out society discovering a road to sufficient maturity that We will be enabled to love one another. This word love has many meanings in our times. Certainly love is the central theme of the younger generation. However much that falls under the title of love today, is merely disguised selfishness, lust, anti-war slogans, or freedom from the "establishment." Yet in spite of it's abuse and misuse, young people are right in at least turning to the concept of love for answers to their confused world. Perhaps here is where Christian teenagers can make an important contribution to the "now" generation, because supposed in Jesus Christ we have found the meaning and source of all true love.

      Where according to our Christian beliefs does love come from?

      As you read Paul's description of Christian love In Corinthians, how do you sense it differs from modern definitions of the word love? List some of the adjectives which describe Christian love in action.

      It seems that Paul judged the maturity of the Christian Church in Thessalonians by it's ability to show love. Why is the true standard by which we judge our maturity in Christian living? Where do we find our ability to love?



Wednesday August 20, 1969

          06:00
          07:00
          07:30
          07:45
          08:00
          09:30
          10:15
          11:45
          12:00
          12:30
          01:15
          03:00
          04:45
          04:55
          05:00
          06:00
                    water skiing
out of bed...again
quiet time
kp
breakfast
worship
free time
kp
lunch
rest
beach opens...prepare for hike
crafts
beach closes
kp
dinner
overnight hike
go to bed when you must

QUIET TIME August 20, 1969

"SEX WAS GOD'S IDEA"

Scripture: Read:
I Thessalonians 4:1-8
I Corinthians 6-12-20

      What is the "Christian" attitude towards sex, is probably one of the most important questions a teenager will ask, when he begins to take his commitment to Jesus Christ seriously. Many wrong answers have been given to this question, and perhaps you have been led to believe that the Church is against sex and bodily appetites. Nothing could be further from the truth. The New Testament is very pro sex, and lays down some guidelines by which human beings can achieve the highest experience of sexual satisfaction and meaning.

      On the basis of your Scripture reading this morning, do you have any answer to the very modern argument that the only guideline for sex is that you should do as you please as long as can do it without hurting anyone, and as long as it brings you and your partner pleasure?

      Is our Christian faith prudish or "restrictive" when it comes to our sexual appetites? Why did god give us such drives, and then turn around and forbid us to use them? According to our text, sexual intercourse is restricted to the intimacy of holy marriage. Is this God's idea of torturing us, or possibly a guideline toward the only area wherein we can find true sexual meaning and Satisfaction?

      What does the Church mean when we claim that true sexual freedom and enjoyment can be found when we play the game according to God's rules? If this is so, where can we find the power to live according to these rules?



Thursday August 21, 1969
All Day In Avalon

          03:45
          04:30
          05:45
          06:00
          07:00
          10:30
                    take boat back to camp
beach opens
kp
dinner on the beach
worship
in bed to stay



Friday August 22, 1969

          06:00
          07:00
          07:30
          07:45
          08:00
          09:30
          11:15
          11:45
          12:00
          12:30
          01:15
          05:15
          05:45
          06:00
          07:30
          08:30
          09:00
          12:00
                    water skiing
up
quiet time
kp
breakfast
worship
free time
kp
noon
rest
beach opens
beach closes
kp
dinner
skits
remarks
communion
to bed!!

QUIET TIME August 22, 1969

Scripture: Read:
I Thessalonians 5

      What does verse 11 mean you should do?

      What is your feeling about verse 15?



Saturday August 23, 1969

          06:00
          07:00
          07:30
          07:45
          08:00
          09:30
          11:15
          11:45
          12:00
          12:45
          02:45
          03:00
          04:30
          04:45
          05:15
          08:15
                    water skiing
up
quiet time
kp
breakfast
worship
free time
kp
lunch
beach opens
beach closes
pack...clean up...ect.
kp
dinner
boat arrives
arrive in San Pedro

QUIET TIME August 23, 1969

      Write out the two verses from Thessalonians that mean the most to you.

      Write out the two most important things you learned this week.

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