These next few weeks are already feeling very different than what we are used to. Here are a few things you can do at home that may help bring some joy to your day and truly #BringCampHome.
We hope these are a few ways you can bring camp home to your family. We hope it helps you #BringCampHome.
Sing a favorite Asbury Hills blessing before meals.
Some of our favorites are Superman and Johnny Appleseed.
Check out our YouTube channel to watch videos from last summer.
Maybe you’ll see a sneak peak of one of our 2020 Camp Pastors.
Pull out your camper’s devotion booklet from last summer and work your way through it again.
Visit our website for an overview of what you can expect for Summer 2020 at Asbury Hills.
Play some games or riddles your campers learned at Asbury Hills!
Ask your camper to teach you Green Glass Door or Tail Tag (maybe you can find something to use as a tail around your house).
Build a fire in a fire pit outside or your fireplace inside and roast marshmallows with your campers. (Add Graham Crackers and chocolate for the best s’more ever!)
Pro tip: Let the marshmallow roast slow instead of scorching it right away. This makes it perfectly gooey!
Listen to your camper’s favorite songs from worship at camp.
Search Hillsong, Bethel Worship or Sadie Hawkin’s Dance on YouTube.
Take turns sharing good memories at Asbury Hills.
Ask your campers what their favorite activities were and why. Maybe try asking them what they learned while at Asbury Hills.
Ask your camper to teach you their favorite energizers! (These are silly songs we sing before every meal at camp.)
We hope these are some fun things you can do with your extra time at home. If you happen to try any of these ideas and post photos or videos to your social media, tag us! We would LOVE to see what you are up to. Feel free to use the hashtag #BringCampHome.
If you have Instagram, keep an eye out for our stories to update. You may see some familiar faces there! Instagram stories do expire after 24 hours so we will be sure to save them for you to reference later.