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    Recently, my son gifted me the opportunity to write the stories of my life and have them bound into a book. The publishing company offered prompts to assist in writing chapters about significant people and experiences in my first 60 years. One of the prompts was, “What places have you traveled to over and over again?” Although there
    I am regularly reminded of how Sandy Cove shaped my childhood and my faith. One of my earliest memories is sitting at a table in the back of the Water’s Edge Dining Room with my parents and grandparents. We each had a small plate with strawberries, marshmallows, and Rice Krispie treats covered in chocolate. We sat and talked while waiting
    Once a month, Neil Fichthorn hosts a Zoom call with more than a dozen former Sandy Cove staff members. Many of them were musicians and singers who performed under Neil’s direction at the height of the ministry’s storied summer concerts. Nearly 50 years later, the memories and ongoing connections are powerful to Neil, whose career
    In 1960, John F. Kennedy clinched the Presidential election, Chubby Checker had radio listeners in a twist, and the U.S. entered the Vietnam War. Closer to home, the Johnson family rolled down Sandy Cove Road for the very first time. They’ve returned every year since.During Week 5 of Family Camp, the

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    The Onoda family needed more than a simple vacation. After a year of emotional upheaval, this family of five was looking for a place where they could be free from distractions so that they could begin the process of healing and reconnecting with each other.
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