On Saturday morning, students had to work together to solve clues to diffuse a “bomb” and escape the dining hall before it went off. After lunch they headed down to the field for Human Foosball and relay races before participating in YOKE’s infamous messy wars.
More than 500 kids and YOKE Folk attended over the course of the two weekends. Thank you to our speakers, Donnie De La Cruz, pastor of Dumplin Baptist Church in Jefferson County, and David Schilling, youth pastor at Hardin Valley Church of Christ and our team leader at Hardin Valley Middle. We are excited for the 14 students we know made first-time decisions to follow Jesus!
We are so thankful for the Future Folk who helped in the kitchen, for the volunteers who served as nurses, cooks, camp directors, worship leaders, and program directors, and for our dedicated team of YOKE Folk who gave a weekend (some gave 2!) to love and serve their kids. Finally, thanks to all of you who gave to help make it all possible. We’re glad to have you on our team! Check out all of the pictures on YOKE’s Facebook page.