Share Your St. Christopher Story
We will not hide them from their children; we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, his power, and the wonders he has done. Psalm 78:4
Having had the privilege of being a resident at St. Christopher Camp & Conference center for over nine years as my husband, The Rev. Robert Lawrence serves as the Executive Director, I have had the honor of meeting many guests and hearing their stories of how God has worked in their lives after an encounter with God at St. Christopher. After numerous nudges from the Holy Spirit, it is now time to collect these stories and share how the Lord has worked in the lives of so many in the wider community of people who know and love this holy place we call St. Christopher.
I ask you to share your story of God touching your life while at St. Christopher by answering one of these questions:
Did you have a divine appointment with the Lord or receive healing at St. Christopher?
Did you accept Christ as your Lord and Saviour at St. Christopher?
Did you receive a call to ministry while at St. Christopher, ordained or lay ministry?
Did you meet your spouse at St. Christopher?
Each story should point toward Christ so that our Lord receives all the honor and glory. Although this is not meant to be a collection of historical stories, you are welcome to share those, as well as photographs for use, perhaps, in another publication.
As the stories are collected, I am assured that the Lord will lead how they are to be presented, either in published book form or an online collection. Please allow me to edit as needed so that as many stories as possible can be shared.
Stories can be short or up to 1,000 words. You may submit more than one story, if you would like. Please submit by email to: email@example.com, or by mail to: Lynn Lawrence, c/o St. Christopher Camp & Conference Center, 2810 Seabrook Island Road, Johns Island, SC 29455.
**Submissions must include: Your name, your email address and telephone number so that I may contact you.
In addition, please include an approximate date that this story occurred, the location on the property of St. Christopher, and whether you were on staff at the time or a guest.
St. Christopher stories will be collected from September to the end of November 2020. Please share this with friends and family, young and old, that have spent time at St. Christopher.
I welcome your stories, your suggestions, and most especially, your prayers as I seek to honor God in completing a project He has put on my heart.
Lynn Howard Lawrence