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River Camp Augustrivercamp 2012

When: Wednesday 22nd Aug - Monday 27th August

Where: Lenchwood Christian Centre, Spitten farm, Ab Lench Evesham. WR11 4UP

For more information, click on the website here

RIVERcamp is a six day family event where hundreds people of all ages gather together to experience a revelation of the Father's love. This includes time to worship God, learn from the Bible and pray for each other.

The River of God isn’t a place or an experience.  It’s the very life of God itself.  When the Bible refers to life giving water it represents the life that flows from God.  To be in the river is to be in God.  When we drink from the river, we drink from God and when we release the river, we release God.  We set our affections on God.

"They are abundantly satisfied with the fullness of Your house, and You give them drink from the river of Your pleasures. For with You is the fountain of life; In Your light we see light." Psalm 36:8-9

God speaks to us about rivers throughout the Bible, right from Genesis to Revelation.  As you study the references to the life giving River of God, we come to understand that it represents both His life and power.

As God releases His love, healing and life changing power through us, rivers of living water will flow from our innermost being.  The River of God is being released and as its flow increases, it will result in the greatest harvest of life.  The river flows from the throne of God and we are called to release streams of living water from our inner being to bring Heaven to earth.

When we think of a river, we envision a moving body of water full of energy, force and life. It can be incredibly powerful with the strength to transform entire landscapes. It can be gentle and calm, always bringing life to the land in which it flows.

Sometimes rivers meander slowly, sometimes they move in a mighty rush, but they always have a destination. What I really love about this image of the river is that the farther down stream you go the bigger the river gets.

At RIVERcamp, we encourage you to enter in and experience God’s river, receiving a fresh revelation of the Father’s love. Whether it’s your first time or if you dwell there, we know this week will impact and transform your life.