Coronavirus has prompted the older generation to realize that the world is not stagnant and it does actually change all the time. As a result, online learning and fellowship have become part and parcel of our children and youth's lives. When the need for virtual work emerged to the foreground, neither schools, nor camps, nor interest clubs were ready to face this new reality. The format of instruction you are going to experience at this conference is going to show you one of the many interactive virtual learning models, including breakout groups, new contacts and socialization.
We hope there will be no severe lockdowns in the future, and we know that 'in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose' (Romans 8:28). So, plug in to this conference to pick up many great ideas, meet Christian camp leaders full of energy and faith, and together be a help to those who need help, encouragement and rejuvenation.
The purpose of quality practical training is to have our knowledge result in effective actions. That is why we pay so much attention to work in breakout groups at our conferences. This approach helps think the new material through and practice its application right away. And, needless to say, working in groups helps get to know other conference participants better and even make friends with some of them.