Morning Watch 4/2/20

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Sue Steele lives in Signal Mountain, Tennessee with her husband Carl. All of her kids are grown up now, but Sue got to know Camp DeSoto by sending her two daughters, Rebecca and Eleanor. Now, I think Sue has spent more summers at Camp DeSoto than her daughters did! She is a long time Head Counselor and a faithful friend to Camp.

Today, Sue reminds us that Jesus can transform the wilderness into a place of nourishing plenty. At Morning Watch this morning, let’s join her in taking a closer look at the gospel story of Jesus feeding the 5,000, as told in Luke.

Have a good day and give a good day, DeSoto girls. Let’s be generous with our lives.

Today’s line dance of the day is “Dizzy” by Tommy Roe! We are throwing it back this week and we can’t wait to see who remembers this one.

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Sarah Hurt

About Sarah Hurt

Sarah Hurt is the Director of Camp DeSoto. She grew up playing in the woods of Lookout Mountain, swimming in Little River, and spending her summers as a DeSoto camper. She loves good stories, twinkle lights, her dog Riley, and Camp DeSoto girls most of all.

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