Nick Ressler Starts Monday as Kenbrook’s New Executive Director

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On Monday March 16, Nick Ressler will begin to write his chapter as the next Executive Director of Kenbrook Camp. Not only did he and his wife, Carissa, meet at Kenbrook but they have also both been personally impacted by Kenbrook as campers, summer staff, and year round team members. Nick and...

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Kenbrook’s New Executive Director Announcement

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Sixty six years ago, a small group of people had a vision for a piece of land by a brook in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. For more than six decades, countless lives have been transformed at Kenbrook--both young and old. Many different leaders wrote chapters in the story of Kenbrook Bible Camp. This...

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Fall At Kenbrook

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As Fall begins to arrive at Kenbrook and the leaves begin to change, we are thankful for a summer of excellent Camp sessions and successful Retreat Group hosting. It was a busy summer at Kenbrook with as many as 300 campers and guests here at one time. As we move into the Fall, we have...

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God is Working at Kenbrook!

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God is working at Kenbrook! As we have reached the half-way point of 2014 Summer Camp weeks, we are excited to see how God continues to change the lives and hearts of campers, staff and others who come in contact with him during their Kenbrook Experience. Kenbrook is also hosting...

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Summer Camp 2014

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Another summer camp season is quickly approaching at Kenbrook. Summer Camp 2014 is taking shape as staff is being hired and campers are signing up daily. Our theme this summer is ROOTED based on the following scripture:   But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is...

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"But, my salvation will last forever"

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Recently, I spent some time in our old cabins. We are making plans to take them down to make room for a new outdoor game court, so I wanted to really spend some time in them before they were gone.  As I was looking at all of the writing on the walls and bed frames from the thousands of...

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The Freedom to Choose

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  There is no doubt that kids today face pressures and daily decisions unlike any other kid in the history of mankind.  There is a constant barrage of messages and pressures from multiple angles influencing kid’s beliefs, values, and behaviors.  How does a kid sort out all...

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The Value of Away

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In the next few weeks I will be adding a series of blog entries that describe what it is about a summer camp experience at Kenbrook that has the power to change a life.  In my experience as a camp director, I have had the privilege of seeing thousands of lives changed by a summer...

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Summer will be here soon!

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It may be cold and snowy outside, but summer will be here before you know it. At Kenbrook, we have summer on our minds all year long.  We spend many days planning schedules, setting up registration materials, recruiting summer staff, designing programs and repairing facilities, and...

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This summer was...

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This summer was _____. When I think about all that happend this summer there's not just one single word that describes it all, so I'll try to break it down into just a few. Fun:  We had fun.  We sang porch songs! We helped a granny find her candies.  We flung eggs and...

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