One was Baptiste Lanoy from Grenoble, France, who was visiting as an exchange student and had a chance to attend and participate at the encampment. The young men were also invited to sign their names to a banner that contained a list of commitments they were willing to live. President Park told of a young man in his stake who is not LDS. In addition to the daily activities with a spiritual theme and challenges, each evening included an opportunity for the young men to meet with and learn from priesthood leaders.
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The opening and closing ceremonies sported a byfoot video screen brought in from South Dakota and elevated about two stories high. A professional sound team, known for its successful amplification of outdoor concerts, ensured that every single camper could hear.
In his opening remarks, he asked the young men to stand. Elder Brad K. The Aaronic Priesthood is a gift from our Heavenly Father and is the paramount program of the Church for young men. President Gregory D. Mott of the Spokane Washington East Stake expressed his gratitude for time that was dedicated to stake leaders and young men feeling the Spirit together. President Scott O.
Gage, a counselor in the Great Falls Montana Stake, shared a moving experience that occurred in one of their sessions. In his stake a father and son, not Latter-day Saints, were attending. Seeds were planted. At the closing ceremony, there were 4, in attendance to hear the remarks of David L. Beck, Young Men general president, who reinforced the themes of the week, inviting the young men to do their duty in living as worthy priesthood holders, inviting others to participate and serve a mission.
Gavin Ostheimer, a year-old Scout, told of how watching the closing ceremonies cemented his commitment to serve a mission. And that could be said of the encampment itself. The wide effect of prayerful, careful planning produced an event that strengthened convictions and individual resolve for thousands who will go forth to do their duty to God.
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Come to serve in the vision, not sit and watch the vision. The greatest example a leader can set in his or her leadership is loving God and loving others. Leaders that love are compelled to serve out of their love for God and others. When we lead from love, serving goes from grunt work to great work!
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As you are considering catching a vision to lead, begin to cultivate a lifestyle of love and service to God. Ultimately, great visions are fulfilled by great people empowered by a Great God! JC Sacramento will only accomplish what God is calling us to when those who catch a vision, catch the Spirit behind the vision. Standing before them was the Son of God!
But not for long. Before their very eyes they watched him ascend to heaven. Acts This time however, His going did not result in scattered dreams.
At last they had caught the vision. They were to be his witnesses.
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God was going to continue the work through them. Suddenly this group of people who were always manoeuvring for position and power became very disciplined. They had got a vision. Remember vision produces discipline. Together they waited in Jerusalem for about forty days without quarrelling. They were not worried as time went by.
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Vision unites. Notice that their lives had changed because of the vision they had now got. Sound teachings are necessary. The Holy Spirit is essential.
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- The Strange Case of Christopher Ward (The Weatherson Chronicles Book 1).
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But without vision we can waste them all. Is the church not full today of people with sound teaching , full of the Holy Spirit but still accomplishing little for the Lord. Why not ask God to give you a fresh vision today. Then your will and determination combined with the power of the Holy Spirit and God's Word will produce a force that nothing on earth or hell can stop.