As a CentriKid staffer, we have the amazing opportunity to create relationships with people from all over the country; whether it is the people on your team, the kids at camp, or the adult leaders, we believe that ministry is best done in the context of relationships. At CentriKid, we want every kid to have an encounter with the gospel and we believe that it is best done through relationships. By creating that relationship, we are able to do more than just preach to them, we are able to invest in a child’s life by listening to their stories, caring about their needs, and by showing them the amazing love that God has for them.
Here at CentriKid, life changing relationships are something that we strive to create with everyone involved with camp. These relationships also translate to the group leaders and adults who are at camp. We know that you work hard all year to minister to these children and we want camp to be a time where you can grow in your relationship with Christ. Sitting with adult leaders and hearing how God has been faithful in their ministry or listening and praying with leaders who are struggling is
Building personal relationships is vital to creating a team that is unified in sharing the gospel. I have been blessed to have people on my camp teams who have created relationships with me and spiritually invested in me. Even though I was at camp to minister to kids, my relationship with Christ grew more in that time than it had ever before.
Life changing relationships is not something that is simply preached but it is a cultural element that transcends throughout every part of camp. The first time that I ever saw members of the Nashville CentriKid office interact was at a conference and I immediately noticed the intentional relationships that helped them succeed as a team. Life changing relationships are a major part of the CentriKid culture and it is through these relationships that ministry occurs.
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