Avalanche 2015 review

It’s been less than 12 hours since all students, leaders and staff left Muskoka Woods. For 40 hours, we went from -25’C weather on Friday night to a “balmy” +2’C on Sunday. In fact, half the snow was sliding off the Music Hall.

In that time, we’ve heard stories of many students seriously considering how God views them in light of what was shared. Chris Tompkins, our speaker, challenged “You’re living like a $21.99 duplicate instead of a $250million original.” Some clicked with that; others were still grasping what exactly it all means.

Continue to pray for the group leaders and mentors who will walk alongside these students in the weeks (and maybe years) to come. We trust God is ever drawing them closer to him.

(Ten more days before the Blizzard staff bus leaves.)

By | 2016-10-31T13:57:17+00:00 January 19th, 2015|Alvin Lau, event recap|0 Comments

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