Reading: Ephesians 1: 11-14
When I was a camp counselor, we started a tradition for second grade campers. We had a Second Grade Ice Cream Party. We made homemade ice cream and had music for the kids to dance to. It was a nice event. Being part of the disc jockey team of "D.J. Corny Chad and Kevin T," I had the responsibility of providing music for the event.
We prided ourselves in playing the best noncontroversial music. At times it was tough to find songs that did not have bad language or talk about violence or sex.
A good time was had by all at the Second Grade Ice Cream Party. It was good "clean" fun. We did set our standards high as all Christians should. Just as it was tough to find noncontroversial songs, so it is tough to be a Christian and live up to God's high expectations. But it can be done. And we should all try to do it! --Chad Hershberger, Camp Mount Luther Director
Closing: Think about (and perhaps make a list) of ways that you can "clean up" your own life.
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