I was a little nervous when I came to camp to start the summer on staff. I was scared that I would be different than the staff members, in the sense that everyone else would have a stronger faith than I did. I was worried that others would judge me for the mistakes I have made. As I quickly found out, that simply wasn't the case. I realized that every other staff member had their own sins and mistakes. Every one of us took our theme of “Faith Alive” to heart and lived out our theme verse: “Let all that you do be done in love.” At camp, not everyone has the same views, but it wasn't a distraction and stop us from being a community. I learned that we can love people with different views because we share the main purpose of loving and worshiping God. This is a special connection that makes camp a special place and where we can learn to love and support each other regardless of whether we are similar or different.