Spring Break? Family Camp!
Each year as the high school students head west to spend Spring Break in the Rockies, do you find yourself wishing that you too could jump into a 15 passenger van and drive through a sleepless night fueled by Redbull, fast-food, and adolescent hormones?
Yeah, me neither.
But once you’re there, what an amazing week awaits you. A week to gaze on God’s splendor uniquely put on display by the snow covered mountains. A week filled with cool air in the lungs and warm hot chocolate in the lodge. And most importantly, a week filled with opportunities to deepen friendships with people both new and familiar.
This year, like some in the past, we’re offering this opportunity not only to high school students but to families as well! This isn’t for every family, but it is for some. And it might just be for you.
Some things about Family Camp are the same as the high school camp…
Same time… March 17-23
Same place… Taos, New Mexico
Same lodging… Ski-in Ski-out condos.
And of course all the same adrenaline pumping thrill the mountains have to offer.
A few things are different…
Not quite as hectic a pace. Quite a bit more downtime in the evening. You’re on your own for food. No locker room smell of sweaty high school boys. Oh yeah, and if the caravan of vans driving all night long isn’t your speed, you’ve got options.
So if this sound like something that you and your family would be interested in jumping in on, get in touch with me (Taido – firstname.lastname@example.org // 501.771.1117) and I’ll help you get it all figured out.
Taido Chino, is a teaching pastor who also works with middle and high school students at FN. He is married to Alison, and they have 4 kids: Cole, Mary Polly, Ben and Simon Taido is something of a theology nerd and mountain enthusiast – oh, and he twitters.