On this episode of the By his Grace podcast, Misty Phillip sits down with Amy Lowe, Director of WinShape Camps for Girls, to discuss the life-changing impact of summer camp in the lives of boys, girls, and families.We discuss the Winshape Foundation founded by Truett Cathy.
Camp first grade through high school. There is no technology at camp. We get the kids out in nature. No make-up at camp. Learn independence and get out of your comfort zone. They learn skills like mountain biking, calligraphy, etc. They have parties and have fun experiences, and learn about Jesus.
Bible Study theme – Space theme was pace camp studying the Gospel of John and exploring more.
If I have a problem, I need to go to the Bible for my answers.
Try Jesus. Come and see.Give Jesus a shot.Jesus is a lifeline.
Girls are in there head. They live in a mean world. Girls are feeling left out.
Amy Lowe is the Director of WinShape Camps for Girls – a summer camp for girls from 1st grade to 12th grade. Amy also oversees WinShape Camps for Families – a family camp and family weekend experience. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Samford University and a Master of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Before WinShape, Amy worked for 12 years at LifeWay Christian Resources in the areas of camping and publishing. She lives with her husband Matt and 2 kids – a pre-teen girl and an energy filled elementary school aged boy. Like most other moms her hobbies include laundry, running the robot vacuum, and unloading the dishwasher.