The annual sophomore trip to Moab, Utah took place this last week starting on Wednesday and returning on Sunday. Filled with hiking, white water rafting, laughing with friends and singing songs around a fire, the sophomores greatly enjoyed this big adventure. Having worship in the morning before they started their activities for the day, and at night before bed, Mr. Kast walked the students through God’s creation of Earth day by day. The sophomore class got to experience first-hand God’s beautiful creation as they took hikes with breathtaking views and white water rafting down the Colorado River.
“Rafting was fun!” Says Ethan Gueck.
“Moab was a great opportunity for our class to bond. We had to work as a team and help each other out. Even fun activities like river rafting required teamwork. It was a fun trip,” said sophomore, Sydney Michalenko.
Not only was this trip filled with adventurous activities, but the sophomores were put in environment where they could learn more about God and form stronger friendships.
Faith Paden mentioned, “I think our class has always needed something like Moab to bond us a little better. Going on this trip made up for all the stressful labs and late nights. I had a really fun time and I think that because of this trip we got to know how awesome our sponsors (the Santana’s) are. This trip helped me appreciate my class and my teachers so much more.”
Moab was just the starting point for the sophomore class to grow in their relationship with God and each other.
Samantha Nielsen is a senior at Campion Academy.