"The Camps Farthest Out are dedicated to the purpose of discovering the wholeness of that abundant life which Christ promised, that life which is our rightful heritage whenever we dedicate our body, mind, and soul completely to God through play, work, and worship. We invite our campers to enter the kindergarten of creativity and discover all the joyous opportunities for normal spiritual expression… the highest art of life is a living prayer."
-- Glenn Clark
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2017 Camp Dates: July 22, 2017 - July 29, 2017
2016 SpeakersMarsha Johnson
Marsha lived her entire life in the San Francisco Bay Area until retirement, when she and her husband, Dennis, moved to the Sierra foothills and now enjoy country living. Their son, Karl, lives in the Bay Area. Marsha was an elementary and music teacher, and also had the great privilege of working alongside Del Anderson, former CFOI president, as Spirit in Action took form. She was its first administrator, blessed by serving families and communities in Africa. At her first CFO camp in 1980, Marsha knew she was "home", and since then she and Dennis have been active participants and leaders in CFO/JFO, celebrating the joy and depth of life inspired by Glenn Clark's vision. With examples from her own life, Marsha will share her on-going spiritual journey of discovering life's fullness.
Sheryl has been active in all levels of CFO for 42 years. She holds close to her heart the tenets of Glenn Clark and strives to live them on a daily basis. She is the mother of 3 children who were raised in CFO and the wife of Allen (58 years). Sheryl is committed to helping families become healthy and vibrant. She has a wealth of rich information to share from experiences as a spiritual seeker, and from serving as CFO International Coordinator for 15 years.
"…The Camps Farthest Out are the unformalized, silent, creeping leaven that is needed to revitalize a dying civilization." -- Charlotte M. Clough quoting Starr Daily, from the preface to The Way of Holy Affection