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Morning Watch 4/5/20

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“Words are so powerful they should only be used to bless, heal, prosper.”

Today’s Morning Watch is brought to you by Mary Vassar Hitchings. Mary Vassar is a former camper (’70s) and counselor (’83, ’87), her two daughters were campers, and most recently she was the head counselor in the Enchanted Forest (2004-2015). She talks to us about Sundays at DeSoto, words of encouragement, and Proverbs 18:4.

Today is Palm Sunday! I hope that however you worship today, you remember the celebration that took place in Jerusalem when Jesus arrived on a donkey and the people shouted,

“Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”

Mary Vassar sent us some photos from her years at Camp! Aren’t these fun to see? We recognize a lot of familiar faces!

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Mary Vassar is 5th from left on the front row - a Cherokee in the very center. Marsha is one of the counselors! She is on the far right, front row. There are lots of other familiar faces in this photo - how many people can you name?
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Mary Vassar is in the second row, second from the right. Aren't these tribe shirts the coolest? Who else do you recognize?
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Sarah Hurt

About Sarah Hurt

Sarah Hurt is the Assistant Director at Camp and an eleven year-old at heart. A graduate of Wake Forest University, Sarah loves good stories, twinkling stars, and porch swings. When she’s not at Camp, Sarah lives in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, with her dog, Riley.

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