Every spring for more than 20 years Potosi Pines has welcomed a team of amazing volunteers from the Nomad ministry to help us keep the camp in top shape. There are few surfaces that have not been cleaned, painted, hammered, or re-imagined by the Nomads. With financial support from the Southern Nevada Foundation we have been able to fund many of the Nomad projects. These amazing volunteers spend 3 weeks in camp staying in their RV’s and help get us ready for the summer season.
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) heritage month in our country. As I was reading some poems of Asian American authors, I came across one that caught my attention by Lee Herrick, an author who was born in Daejeon, Korea and was adopted in the United States at ten months old. Since during this month we also celebrate Mother’s Day, I thought this poem was appropriate for the occasion.
This month’s event Spiritual Kaizen: How to Become a Better Church Leader will be presented by Bishop Grant Hagiya and is based on the book he authored.
The United Methodist Foundation of Southern Nevada serves churches and connectional ministries in the Southwest Conference of The United Methodist Church. Click here for a brochure that gives an overview of the ministry of providing loans and grants across the North District.
Potosi Pines Camp partnered with Advent UMC to host a “pop-up camp day” at Advent UMC. Enjoy these photos from the day.