Camp Confessions: Creating holy moments

Today, Deana (Hamby ’93) Nall wraps up her week-long series of posts about her family’s three-generation tradition of attending, working or volunteering at ACU Leadership Camps. She and her husband, Chad (’94), and daughters Julia and Jenna, head home today to Bryant, Ark., after helping with MPulse camp this week: My dad, Winston Hamby (’57), […]


Camp Confessions: A day in the life of MPulse

Deana (Hamby ’93) Nall continues her week-long series of posts about her family’s three-generation tradition of attending, working or volunteering at ACU Leadership Camps. She and her husband, Chad (’94), and daughters Julia and Jenna, are helping with MPulse camp. When you hear someone say, “I volunteer at a camp for middle-schoolers,” you may have […]


Camp Confessions: Julia’s view

Deana (Hamby ’93) Nall continues her week-long series of posts about her family’s three-generation tradition of attending, working or volunteering at ACU Leadership Camps. She and her husband, Chad (’94), and daughters Julia and Jenna, are helping with MPulse camp. Today, Julia offers her own perspective. We first brought Julia to ACU Leadership Camps when […]


Camp Confessions: I love middle-schoolers

Deana (Hamby ’93) Nall continues her week-long series of posts about her family’s three-generation tradition of attending, working or volunteering at ACU Leadership Camps. She and her husband, Chad (’94), and daughters Julia and Jenna are on campus this week: Chad and I were group leaders at Kadesh, the camp for high-schoolers, for 14 years. Kadesh […]


Camp Confessions: We’re baaaaaaack!

Deana (Hamby ’93) Nall continues her week-long series of posts about her family’s three-generation tradition of attending, working or volunteering at ACU Leadership Camps. She and her husband, Chad (’94), and daughters Julia and Jenna are on campus this week: I had one week of vacation in 1999. I spent it working at Kadesh and […]


Camp Confessions: It’s all in the (Nall) family

This begins a series of posts over the next six days about the Leadership Camps that make an otherwise slightly sleepy university campus each summer ring with the sounds of young people having the time of their lives. This is the 30th year for Abilene Christian University to host a series of camps (KidQuest Day […]

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