My son attended a camp organised by the Geylang Evangelical Free Church. He had an amazing three days and is looking forward to another one next year! Below is his reflection:
At the start of the school holidays, I went for a three-day camp.
I remember the slime making activity. I had a hard time cleaning my hands. Although the other children seemed to be enjoying themselves, I disliked the slime that stuck onto all my fingers. However, I did learn that it is important to listen to instructions. One of the boys did not listen and his slime became hard like rock.
I also did the hopeless pot. The hopeless pot was done in the dark. It was made out of big chunks of chocolate pudding, oreo cookies and two gummy worms. Although the hopeless mess tasted awesome in my mouth, it was a grim reminder of how our wrongdoings can sometimes make us hopeless.
Another activity that I enjoyed was ‘Crazy Traffic’. I had to remember the traffic rules and obey them. I was given a fine when I forgot that I was hopping on the wrong leg. I learn that in life, if you do not obey rules, you will have to face the consequences.
I am grateful that my parents sent me to this camp to learn about life and God.