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Girl’s Awakening # 25 February 7-9, 2020 (Heather Plattner)
Boy’s Awakening # 26 February 21-23, 2020 (Bob Bills)
What is the Awakening?
The Awakening is an orderly, structured weekend designed for teens (High School Freshman – College Freshman). The Awakening is designed to bring participants to an awareness of each one’s need to accept Jesus as their Savior, and then begin to make Him Lord in all areas of life. The focus of the Awakening is commitment to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. During the event, one will be inspired, challenged, and equipped for a close, personal relationship with Jesus, and for Christian action in the home, school, work places, and community.
The Image of the Awakening Weekend
I Samuel 3:1-10 is the biblical image of the Awakening. Samuel is a boy who ministers to the Lord under Eli, the priest. One night as Samuel is lying down within the temple of the Lord, the Lord calls, “Samuel! Samuel!”. Samuel did not yet know the Lord, and the word of the Lord had not yet been revealed to him, so he did not recognize who was calling him. After the Lord calls Samuel three times, Eli perceives that it’s the Lord calling. He instructs Samuel to respond with, “Speak, Lord, for thy servant hears,” when the Lord calls again. Samuel does as Eli instructs, and hears from the Lord.
Awakening Community Support (Ways to be involved)
55—hour Prayer Vigil
Prayer Vigil starts at Noon on Friday!
It’s High School kids—you know how they can eat!
Drop by some home-made goodies for the weekend.
Set-up & Clean Up
Set-up—4:30 pm—Thursday before the weekend
* This is a great need for Awakening, and a wonderful act of sacrificial agape!
Make Pillow Agape & Banners
All those little gifts can make a BIG impact!
General Conference Room Agape Letters
How amazing that people in our own community are praying and sacrificing for us to grow closer to Christ.
We need YOU to write a letter.
Make it a party! Bring some table decorations, a little agape and have a good time! Please note: Parents/Sponsors of sleepers should not serve until Sunday. 8 servers needed per meal.
Please remember, events taking place at East Bay Camp are for adults and youth who have attended a Fourth Day (Banquet, Emmaus, Cursillo) or Awakening weekend. Children (and others who have not attended a weekend) should not be at weekend events to serve meals, attend registration, candlelight or closing. However a great way to get the kids (and others) involved is to have them attend the dedications and make weekend agape.