Campfire Stories: Levi & Caterra

Levi and Caterra, two young teens living with their single mother, didn’t really understand what it meant to have a deep relationship with God. That all changed when the two began interacting with other youth from all walks of life at The Salvation Army’s Camp Arnold in Eatonville, Washington. It was through this experience that the siblings now realize the deep need for Christ in their lives and the incredible difference it has made. Watch them share how the experience at Camp Arnold made a positive impact on them at such pivotal time in their lives. If you wish to send your kid to camp, or offer your help, please contact your local Salvation Army.

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