Our Juniors have been having a great time here at TAF. Their day starts at 7am where they have breakfast with small group leaders. They’re kept super busy all day until it’s bath time and then lights out. Here are some pictures over the last few days. We’ll be posting pictures of our precious little ones on our Facebook page as the week goes on!
Pajama Party with our Juniors! They received snacks while their Small Group leaders entertained them with a bedtime story.Read More»
As the Junior Staff of 2010, we wanted to share a few things we learned from our campers last year. Even though they may be much younger and sometimes half the size of their Big Sibs, they are so full of love. They have so much to offer to the TAF Family, and they even taught us, the STAFF, a few things about loving out loud. Here are a few things we learned:
Karena: I learned from TAF that Loving Out Loud means loving and welcoming people even though they’ve been absent from TAF for 8 years (like me); TAFers don’t discriminate if you’re a return camper or a new camper, they give you unconditional love out loud regardless of how many years you’ve been at TAF, which makes you feel even more at home.
Sherry: I learned form the JRs that Loving Out Loud means accepting those who might be a little different and becoming their friend.
Roger: I learned from the JRs that Loving Out Loud means listening to your friends, holding doors for others, and writing notes to each other.
Liz: I learned form the JRs that Loving Out Loud means loving like a child – without prejudice, without judgment, without conditions- because everybody needs love.
Steven: I learned from JRs that Loving Out Loud means caring for others enthusiastically, especially when times are tough.
Kristin: I learned from JRs that Loving Out Loud means to take the time to listen to what they have to say.
Deanna: I learned from the JRs that Loving Out Loud means to serve others and the importance of encouraging others. Mad props juniors!
Emmeline: I learned from the JRs that Loving Out Loud means thinking about other people before yourself and finding ways to make whatever they’re doing easier.
David: i learned from the juniors that loving out loud is easier than multivarible integration.
Godwin: I learned from JRs that sometimes Loving Out Loud is going just a little out of our way to show someone we care about them, like telling a friend how much I appreciate their company or putting candy in our small groups’ mailbox.
WE MISS YOU JUNIORS!!!!
Thanks for showing us how to LOL!!!!
It’s story time with Liz for WEEK 4 (or 48 WEEKS ’til TAF!)
Put on your PJs and bring your teddy bear…
We want to hear/see/read/experience your thoughts on LOVING OUT LOUD! Whether it’s how you showed love to someone, or how someone loved on you, or maybe even both!
We need a few more volunteers to post, so please LOL and sign up here!
Encourage your friends to sign up. Feel free to buddy up and post together.
Instructions are listed on the spreadsheet.