High-Schoolers Study God's Plan in Human History at Epic

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Hundreds of high-schoolers are back, after enjoying a week at Epic camp in Southern Indiana. Camp Director Brian Adams says the topic--God's plan in human history--really struck a cord with many students. He says at least 27 students decided to start a relationship with God! Brian says many others took steps toward a deeper walk with God and closer relationships with their friends.

As in Columbus, it was a very hot week for the campers, which made for some challenges. In spite of it Brian says many took the opportunity to practice Christ-centered love