Location: Honey Grove, PA
Who May Attend: All
The purpose of this trip is to help prepare CAMP BERRY for the upcoming Royal Ranger District Pow-wow which is going to be a huge event since it is the 50th Anniversary celebration.
Please prayerfully consider coming to help us serve and prepare the land for this event.
Type of work: painting buildings, power washing building, cutting grass, trimming, pulling weeds, cutting down dead tree, general clean up, preparing building for use, etc...
Who can do the work? See the list and type of people who worked to repair the wall in the book of Nehemiah.
A good example of teamwork is found in Nehemiah 3. Forty-two teams of workers—thirty-eight named individuals and hundreds more unnamed—worked together to rebuild Jerusalem’s broken walls. The high priest and fellow priests did not consider manual labor beneath them. They took the lead and set the example for the people (vv. 1, 28). Rulers, nobles, and city officials who could have ordered their servants to do the manual work, labored alongside the common people (vv. 9, 12, 17, 19). Craftsmen—goldsmiths and perfume makers who normally did artisan work—roughed it out under the hot sun (vv. 8, 31–32). Men and women worked side by side to accomplish their work (v. 12). The word next (used twenty-six times in Nehemiah 3) gives us a picture of commitment, cooperation, harmony, and unity. Each group of workers knew where to work, understood their tasks, and expeditiously completed them.
How does the teamwork of the temple workers, along with the admonition of Hebrews 10:25 to encourage each other, help you pursue teamwork in your service for Christ?
Hebrews 10:24, and let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.
If you'd like to participate, please contact Commander Doug Revell.