Learning and Exploring in Alberta

Hey all!
Sorry for the late update on what we’ve been up to, we’ve been super busy! So, during the middle of October we were at Alberta Pioneer Ranch in Rocky Mountain House. We had a pastor named Paul Cumin from Edmonton come do some sessions with us where he taught on the topic of double knowledge: Christ at the crux of knowing ourselves. I really enjoyed his sessions because he gave me a new perspective on some topics that I’ve been questioning in my own personal life. He really helped me to see that I needed to dig deeper into some of the shattered areas of my past and come to healing and new growth in those places.
During that week in Alberta we had a big snowfall, but that didn’t stop us from going on a hike to Crescent Falls. It was a long trek to the falls but the hike was well worth it. I can’t even describe how beautiful it was! During the week we also had a Halloween party because no one wants to miss out on that. Hardcore improvising worked our costumes (some of us going as each other), and all in all was a great night.
After this week hidden in the woods at Pioneer Ranch we left to head into British Columbia where, as you would guess, the mountains blew us away. This was our longest travel day (14 hrs) but it was by far the most beautiful. The power and mightiness of these works of art have to be the most amazing pieces of nature on this earth! After our tiring drive we arrived late at Camp Squeah, stayed the night and then headed to Vancouver the next afternoon where we stayed for the next 5 days for our second urban plunge. That week was filled with amazing things, so I’ll save those details for the next blog.
Stay tuned for more updates in these next few days 🙂