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chuck mullins

Mission Camp Macon Assistant Coordinator

I would have to say that this summer has possibly been one of the most impactful in my life. At first, I had a hard time planning as a part of my job, because I couldn’t see the fruit of my labor, but as time passed and I got closer to Camp Macon and saw it all come to be, I was amazed. The Lord used every errand, every note, and every detail, to make that week come together. I saw us randomly select Student-Missionaries to be on teams and the Lord develop the strongest of bonds between them and their mentors and kids camp directors. I saw kids passionately share the gospel, and even the campers jump in and begin to lead in ways never seen before. I had the chance to watch a student missionary lead a camper to the Lord, and pray with them after he received Jesus into his heart. Even with everything that went wrong, and all the things we didn’t do right, the Lord did mighty, mighty things this year at Camp Macon and Lake Forest. I am thankful for the way the Lord has used this camp, time and time again in my life and in the lives of so many, and I cannot wait to see Him at work here in the days ahead. I ask that whoever is reading this, that they might pray for the camp’s presence in the county; that the Lord would not only use LFR to reach Noxubee and Macon, but that He would simply do a work in this place of people being desperately in need of a savior, and that He might continue to bring the community together. Thank you for your prayers and support for this special place.  

“And the vessel he was making of clay was spoiled in the potter's hand, and he reworked it into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter to do. Then the word of the Lord came to me: ‘O house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter has done?’ declares the Lord. ‘Behold, like the clay in the potter's hand, so are you in my hand, O house of Israel.’” Jeremiah 18:4-6