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father, Russell, who flew to Camp Polaris for Community Day on Sabbath. “The townspeople know that they’re welcome to join us in praising God,” says camp director, Laurie Hosey. “Many of them have happy memories of worshipping with us as campers, and they continue to do so each year.”

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Ian, left, with his mother,

Melina, Mae, and Peter. My favorite thing: “Hanging out with friends and learning about God.” What I’ve learned about God: “He can forgive me.” Additional comments: “Everyone is really nice. I want to come back.” Melina, Mae, and Peter are former campers who came for Community Day. Melina and Mae are substance abuse counselors. “There are a lot of alcohol and drugs in Dillingham,” says Mae. “Without the ministry of Camp Polaris, these kids would be at much greater risk.”

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Cienna, left

My favorite thing: “The craft classes.” Additional comments: “The counselors are awesome because they’re kind and they watch over us, pray with us, and love us.”

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capture the flag. My favorite thing: “Field games, swimming, and worship.” What I’ve learned about God: “Oh, man, a lot! A lot of Bible stories I didn’t know. I knew about God before, but I learned a lot more about Him here.”

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Profile for Adventist Mission

Mission 360˚ Magazine - February 2015  

Mission 360˚ Magazine - February 2015