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Covid-19 Update

June 5, 2020 Dear Parents and Students of the Class of 2021, Over the past several months, since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, our team at the Joshua Wilderness Institute along with the leadership team of Hume Lake Christian Camps have been closely monitoring daily, as well as watching current restrictions put forth by the CDC, the State of California, and local authorities to understand how current guidelines might affect our upcoming class of

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Last Blog of the Year!

Wassup it’s your girl Alex!!! So this week has been chaotic for me just packing and all that jazz but I have been balancing that with my last moments with…with…my Joshua siblings:’(. I know sad, but hey it’s okay today we had a coronavirus talk so now we are prepared to go back down and enjoy time with our families and the rest of the world. I’m just excited to go to target if I’m

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Last Week in the Building

Hello Readers! This week is the last one we will have in the building because the Corona Virus has cut our time short. So, we are making the most out of the time we have left. This includes designing the quilt that represents our class’s Joshua year. We have designed 30 unique quilt squares and are ironing together a handful of quilt squares that aren’t finished yet. As Bob has said: we are eating, drinking,

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The Joshscer’s!

Hay y’all it has been an amazing week at the Joshua building. Besides learning that we are ending early. But the most exciting part of my week is the Oscar night on Thursday. It was so much fun. We started the night taking photos with our suits on then we lined up for dinner and the dinner was amazing as well. For dinner, we had asparagus, risotto, and steak. The steak alone was amazing. But

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It’s Been a Wild Ride!

Hey guys what’s up bloggers !!! It’s been a wild ride in the building recently, but we are enjoying every second of it! We have a lot of schoolwork due within the next week, but it’s been awesome to finally pass Philippians today! Woooo! I honestly still don’t believe that we are all able to memorize a whole chapter of the bible and o my gosh what a blessing it has been to be able

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God Is Still Good

It has been one craaazy week so far and so eventful too. Unfortunately life had to change around the building drastically due to the coronavirus, such as moving class into the great room and cancelling the trip to Israel. But hey! On the bright side, we got to see toooons of snow fall outside with a great view of the mountain range, and a class next to a warm fire. Also due to the coronavirus

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All Is Well On Our Mountain

What is up friends and family! We have been hearing that some wild stuff is going on down the hill with Corona.  Up here on our secluded little mountain all is well!  But we are thinking of everyone and praying for you guys that are experiencing the panic that comes with this virus.  Wow!  What a week it has been.  I want to actually stray away from talking about the obvious content and tell you

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Real People Worshiping a Real God

Hey everyone super stoked to share what’s been up the past couple of days! So coming back from LA was really interesting, we had previews that came on Monday and stayed through Wednesday. They were really cool and super fun to meet and get them introduced to what we do here at Joshua.  We had girls night with the preview girls which was super fun and played a bunch of minute to win it games

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Dewey and Previews!

What an exciting time rolling back from LA! We are settling back into life in the building again. From classes, to routine meals, to CHORES!!! We are pumped to be back. This week has started off great. With Andy’s parents as our Catalyst couple, and the smell of brownies down the hall from their room, we are happy campers! To top that off, we have the privilege of having…drumroll please… Dewey Bartolini as our guest

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Last Day In LA

Bloge Today was so interesting in so many different ways. I was given the opportunity to see life changing things that took place in history. At the Museum of Tolerance we learned so much about about the holocaust and what happened. My heart was so broken to see everything that happened. Seeing life that God created being used by humans in the most evil way was really hard. Through it all I learned so much

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