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Friends at Camp—And Beyond

by Anna Birch


Camp is often the launching pad for deep, long-term friendships. Let’s face it: even though we all have good intentions of keeping up with our camp besties throughout the year, it’s easier said than done! But a group of Impact campers and counselors from Chimney Point have shown that it’s possible to follow through on […]

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Multiplying the Impact: Laying a Foundation in the Southeast

by Valerie Morby


“If this isn’t some sort of nudge from the Lord to do this, or at least give this a lot more thought and prayer about it, I don’t know what is,” Carter ‘Nashthrill’ Myers recalls of applying to work at Pine Cove. “I still don’t really know why I did that.” We’re praying for a […]

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Chimney Point’s Cowboy Breakfast

by Anna Birch

parents eating together

Staffer Leah Grace “Raffy” Wiggins shares why Chimney Point’s Cowboy Breakfast is a favorite among parents! The beauty of Cowboy Breakfast is that the very people who are always taking care of others—parents!—can be taken care of themselves. We welcome the couples inside a cabin on the edge of the lake, decorated with a Little […]

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Opening 2017: Chimney Point in South Carolina!

by Andrew Bacon

Chimney Point Lake Hartwell

I remember when I came to work at Pine Cove for the first time in 2002. My life was absolutely transformed by being on staff and I am thankful to still be able to serve here. I even met my wife, Brooke, while working at the Shores camp in 2004. Thirteen years later, I am […]

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