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The Susquodcast

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The Susquodcast is a podcast dedicated to all things Camp Susque. Camp Susque is a non-profit Christian camp located in north-central Pennsylvania. Established in 1947, we exist to help you Experience Your Creator.
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Today on the Susquodcast, Dave sits down with Corey Mitchell. Corey is the Pastor at Winfield Baptist Church, as well as a camper parent and Susque board member. Expect to hear about how he got connected to Camp Susque, the best (and most challenging) parts about being a chaplain, how his family has benefited from being connected to Susque, and more. This podcast was recorded at our Freeze 2023 winter camp. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
"God have mercy on me, a sinner." With these famous words, the tax collector went home justified, unlike the Pharisee. Today on the Susquodcast we hear one last time from David Cantine. Over the last several episodes he has been teaching us what good and bad apologies look like, and today we learn from Luke 18:9-14 what true repentance before God entails. For more information on Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Merely acknowledging our sin is not enough. Learn from David Cantine how to go beyond merely acknowledgin our sin to truly receiving forgiveness as he teaches from Psalm 51. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
"There is someone who can forgive." So says David Cantine on today's podcast as he continues a series in Psalm 51. Expect to hear how acknowledging our sin is the first step to a good apology. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the Susquodcast you will hear from a recent chapel message recorded during our October Youth Summit. Expect to hear about what makes good and bad apologies, plus the various words David uses to confess his sin. This message was recorded on October 13, 2023. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
David Cantine sits down with Dave and Les to share about how he inadvertently followed in his father's footsteps, how he came to faith in Christ, and what Psalm 51 teaches us about good and bad apologies. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the Susquodcast you'll hear Les Clemens share from 2 Peter 3. This message was recorded on August 19, 2023, and was the last official chapel of Summer 2023. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the Susquodcast we have TWO guests, both of which have been involved in Susque's ministry for years. Dick Boehret is a music teacher, board member (on sabbatical!), and former counselor here at Susque. Les Clemens is our newest year round team member, serving as Staff Chaplain and also focusing on partnerships with churches and other ministries. Expect to hear about the philosophy behind worship music at Susque, how Dick and Les's personal histories intertwine with camp, and how Susque looks to serve pastors in their ministry. For information about the Pastors and Wives retreat, visit https://susque.org/event/pastors-and-wives-refreshment-retreat-2023/ For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today we listen to a chapel message recorded during this year's Susque Family Camp. Trey Kullman spoke on patience and perseverance in the Christian life. Expect to hear how spouses can prioritize one another in the home and how to shepherd kids with instruction, discipline, and delight. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the podcast we sit down with Trey Kullman. Trey served as the chaplain for this year's Susque Family Camp. He has served as a Kids and Family Pastor in Kentucky and currently writes for Gospel Centered Family. Expect to hear about Trey's own personal journey into family ministry, as well as how pursuing progress over perfection can benefit one's family, friendships, and spiritual life. To read Trey's reflections on his time at Susque, check out the recent Gospel Centered Family newsletter at https://gospelcenteredfamily.substack.com/p/ode-to-susque. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the podcast Peter and Dave sit down with Raphael Mkandhla. Raphael is the pastor of City Church in Williamsport, PA. Expect to hear an extended conversation on the greatness of God as revealed in Isaiah 40, how Raphael journeyed from Zimbabwe all the way to Williamsport, and how Peter drove him crazy with hats. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the Susquodcast we conclude our series in Romans 12 from Fellowship Weekend 2023. Expect to hear about how we can use our God-given abilities to serve the community of Christ. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the podcast we hear from Ted Kluck as he explores how Romans 12 teaches us about living in Christian community. This was recorded during Fellowship Weekend, a weekend of development with our summer staff before the first campers arrive for the season. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
In today's Susquodcast, Peter and Dave chat with this year's Fellowship Weekend speaker, Ted Kluck. Ted Kluck is a Professor of Communication at Union University, as well as an author and podcaster. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the podcast, Peter and Dave sit down with Connor Bujno. Connor is a new member of the year-round Susque team, but as you'll learn he has connections dating back to practically his infancy. Listen to find out how being connected with Susque so much over the years has shaped him and what he's doing in his new role as the retreats coordinator. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the Susquodcast we listen in one more time to Chief Tedd Tripp from our recent Gospel Coalition Pastors Retreat. In today's message he shares from 1 Timothy 3:17 on how pastors and other's in ministry can balance the demands of ministry and family life. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
How do we define a successful ministry? What are some lies that pastors and others in ministry are prone to believe? And how do we face discouragement in ministry when we feel like we’ve failed? Today on the Susquodcast Dr. Tedd Tripp shares answers to these questions based on decades of experience in pastoral ministry. He’ll explain from 1 John 2:15-17 how pastors, or anyone serving in ministry, might root their identity not in their desires, but in their Savior. This message is the second in a 3 part series recorded at Camp Susque at this year’s Gospel Coalition Central Pennsylvania retreat. For more information about the TGC Central Pennsylvania chapter, visit their Facebook page. In addition to their annual pastors’ retreat, they will meet every few months for single day events to encourage and equip pastors in the region. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
Today on the Susquodcast we listen in to pastor and author Tedd Tripp as he talks about maintaining godly motivation in ministry. This is a chapel message from The Gospel Coalition Pastors' Retreat held here at Susque in January. In it you'll hear Dr. Tripp talk about 2 Timothy 4:1-5 as he highlight's a pastor's motivation for ministry, five imperatives for gospel ministry, and the challenges of wrong motivations in ministry. If you'd like to hear a conversation with Tedd about how his family has been involved at Camp Susque over the years, you can listen to episode 12 of the podcast. For more information about Camp Susque, visit susque.org.
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