YOUTH / Little Buckaroos
Youth Camp Video
When we arrived to camp, we knew something was going to happen this year. After the first full 2 days of falling off horses and getting attacked by paintballs we didn't know that Friday night God would move in an amazing, strong way. After worship, Friday night, we broke up into our church groups and Lance started talking about having bold obedience in faith and the youth just started opening up and having bold obedience in know that having faith in God can help them do all things that they are going through. We stayed in our circle for almost 2 hours praying for anyone who needed prayer and as a result of that we have 4 dedicate their lives to Christ and 1 rededicate her life to Christ. It was absolutely amazing to see how God moved on the last day of camp!!!
1) One of the games that were played involved miniature horses, that had not been broke, and sorting cows. Well, one of the sponsors, Lance Cheatham, was on one of the horses and was doing pretty good sorting till he decided to pick up his feet and the miniature horse he calls "Studly" started to running and went to take a sharp right turn and Lance took a sharp left turn off the horse. It was pretty funny to say that Lance was kicked off a miniature pony!!
2) Although not funny at the time, but one of the sponsors, Lance Cheatham, decided to go play paintball with some of the guys during free time. When you get shot with a paintball, you are supposed to raise your gun in the air and say 'I'm out." During the game, Lance was shot and went to raise his gun to say he was out and was hit by another paintball. He turned around to say that he was out and was hit by 2 more paintballs. He started saying, "I'm out" again and was yet hit my 2 more paintballs. Needless to say after the game was over, Lance was hit by an additional 11 paintballs in the back, chest and behind. He set a good example for the guys though, because when he got angry he just left the game and didn't retaliate.
1) During one of the games, one of our youth, Megan Henry, was riding one of the unbroke ponies and was doing such a good job that she actually "broke" the pony. She did so well that people were coming up to her the rest of the day telling her that she did an amazing job and also were pointing at her saying, " That's the girl who broke the pony."