J.O.Y. Camp Report


J.O.Y-Camp-Report_05On Friday to Sunday of 2th to 4th August 2013, Hope Kuala Lumpur hosted the J.O.Y. Central Region Camp at Best Western Prima Inland Sea Resort at Port Dickson. The theme of the camp was J.O.Y. which was an acronym for Jesus, Others and You. The camp saw more than 400 adult participants, 57 children and 31 toddlers joined this camp from all the daughter churches from the central region. It was a remarkable time where participants were united and filled with joy for three days.


The first night started off with Ps Simon sharing to the participants about Jesus the source of joy in our lives. Participants were truly reminded to surrender all areas of our life that are not in joy to God. On Saturday morning, 3rd August, Ps Moses shared with camp members the importance to abide in Jesus, only being faithful that we will experience the fruitfulness in God. At night, Ps Simon shared about the aspect of O, Others. He shared the need to understand people’s needs and struggles especially

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when there is transition in their lives. On Sunday Ps Simon concluded the camp with the top of Y, You which encompasses our own lives that we need to improve in managing ourselves wisely and to experience Joy.


This camp was a truly exceptional camp where participants were lead to engage with people their same age group or current stage in life to discuss about four parameters; Characteristics, Intrinsic Values, Challenges and Needs. This session took place on Saturday afternoon. The stages of life include high school students, university and college students, working adults with less than 5 years of experience, working adults with less than 10 years of experience, family group less than 3 years, family group less than 10 years and last but not the least the golden eagles which consists of senior family members. It was a great time of connecting one another and also discovering things about our characteristics. The results of the discussion from each age group were then presented to the entire camp so that the entire camp can better understand the needs and challenges of one another. Participants truly identified the results of discussion. A take away from this activity is that different stages of life require different methods and form of care to allow people’s needs to be met.


There were also fun activities where participants were allowed to unwind and connect with one another. For example, at night after each session, there was a supper place allocated and called JOY’s Kopitiam where participants gathered and talked to one another and enjoyed each other’s company. Participants were also treated to song performances from different participants. On Saturday afternoon, there were also telematch and dance activities which allowed participants to have fun and meet different people. There was also free time for participants to enjoy the water park facilities with their life groups or even in their families. Overall, the JOY Camp lived up to its name where JOY was instilled in all of the participants and participants were reminded Jesus is our true source of joy.

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