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Family Fun Camp Day Two

Song and Bible Verse


My God is so great. So strong and so mighty there’s nothing my God cannot do (for you).

My God is So Great. So strong and so mighty there’s nothing my God cannot do.

The mountains are his, the rivers are his, the stars are his handiwork too.

My God is so great. So strong and so mighty there’s nothing my God cannot do (for you).



  • Foil Paper
  • Spray Oil
  • 1 Ibs. Ground Beef
  • Onion Sliced
  • 1/2 Ibs. Mushrooms Quarted
  • 1/2 C Green Beans
  • 1 C Potato about one medium potato sliced
  • 1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup


  • Preheat oven to 350F or heat up stove or campfire
  • Prepare 4 pieces of foil about 18 inches long and spray with oil
  • Place a spoonful of soup onto the center of each piece of foil
  • Layer 1/8 of the potatoes on each piece of foil
  • Divide the beef between each packet
  • Top with mushrooms, green beans, and remaining potatoes
  • Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste
  • Top with the remaining soup
  • Bring the long edges of foil together and fold down twice to seal
  • Then fold over the short ends twice on each side
  • Cook 30-60 minutes check at the 30 minute point. For me using the oven this was the perfect amount of time



  • 2 straight branches, sticks, dowels, or skewers (the longer the stick the bigger the God’s eye will be
  • Sandpaper (if using branches or rough sticks)
  • Balls of different colored yarn
  • Scissors
  • Small mirror or foil disk
  • White glue
  • Small feather (optional)


  • If needed, clean your sticks to remove any twigs and use sandpaper to smooth any rough spots
  • For a diamond shape God’s eye, use sticks of different lengths. For a square one, make sure your sticks are the same length
  • Use a piece of yarn about the length of one of the sticks to hold the sticks together. Cross the sticks and bind them together tightly by crisscrossing the yarn over the sticks several times. Tie a knot to hold them firmly in place. Snip off any loose ends.
  • Take one ball of yarn and connect it to your God’s eye by knotting the loose end onto one of the sticks close to the center. Now cross the yarn over the next bar then circle back underneath and over the top again. Now do this again on the next crossbar. Continue to wrap each crossbar, always working together in the same direction. The yarn will stretch between the crossbars and form the designs.
  • To change to the next color, snip the strand you are working with, leaving a one inch piece. Tuck the small piece through the last wrap on the crossbar and pull tightly. Snip off the loose end. Tie on the next color and begin wrapping.
  • Continue to wrap the God’s eye on the same way, changing colors periodically, until you reach the size you want. When you are fished, tie the end off the same way you did when changing colors.
  • Glue a small mirror or foil disk over the center of the cross.
  • To make tassels for the ends or the sticks, wrap yarn loosely around your fingers 5 or 6 times. Slip a small piece of yarn through the top of the loops you have created and tie a knot around all strings. Snip the bottom of the loops. Tie the tassel to the God’s eye.
  • Make a small loop of yarn on the top pf the God’s eye to hand it.


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