Camp Bob and a Thirst for God’s Word

Our third camp of the summer was “Camp Bob” which is a strange name I know, when I tell people that where we went they usually end up with a look of confusion on their face. Then I mention that it’s because the lake that the camp is on is called “Roberts Lake” and everything is right with the world again. Camp Bob is a smaller camp and it’s considered…

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Timberline Ranch

Our second week of camp this summer was at Timberline Ranch, a horse camp in Maple Ridge. Every camp has its own format and structure and Timberline’s specialty/strength was in their drama. They’d go to any extent, particularly when it comes to showing how much they love their homeland! Every other corner had a large flagpole waving the state flag, and it was refreshing to see how patriotic they were….

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Gardom Lake and Committing to Jesus for the “4th” Time

Three weeks ago I spoke to a group of 9-11 year olds at Gardom Lake Bible Camp. Gardom is a camp that I have spoken at multiple times in the past and enjoy the culture there a lot. It was a full camp and I had the opportunity to speak twice a day for the full week that I was there. The topic was “Soar” and when I got there…

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The McVety’s “Doing Family Right” Christmas Update 2014

This year our theme at Doing Family Right has been reconciliation. Helping couples reconcile their relationships, parents reconciling with their children, and people reconciling their relationship with Christ. Reconciliation is a very powerful action in response to a changed heart and perspective that is bathed in forgiveness and love. To reconcile means to become friendly with someone after estrangement, or to re-establish friendly relations between 2 or more people. It…

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Humbled by Pop Cans

Years ago, I was getting to know a man from my community who happened to be homeless. He was an incredibly intriguing guy. Deep thoughts and poetry were his passion, and he loved God deeply. We were occasionally connecting over coffee, and had agreed to meet up again, when he suddenly disappeared. I remember worrying because, I wasn’t sure what a disappearance might mean for him.

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April 2014 Ministry Update

McVety News! I think its been a while since we wrote an update for you- our sincere apologies. We are VERY excited to share this update with you. You’ve probably heard us say by now that the highest demographic for divorce is at year 7, followed closely by year 25+. But something Melissa and I are running into is a seemingly high number of marriages in the 10 year range…

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Our Year End Support letter

Christmas Greetings from our family to yours! We hope and pray that your Christmas season is one of rest, peace and joy! Do you enjoy your work? We enjoy our work and last night we had one of those moments that reminded us just how much we love it googletest. We had the chance to meet with a couple that we are mentoring and walking with in their marriage. Its…

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