Tobyn Bower & KelLee Warren

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell)

Tobyn:  Tobyn Bower is a seminary student at George Fox University in Newberg, OR, pursuing a career in Christian writing and national park tourism. This is his sixth summer serving with ACMNP, having served previously at Zion, Olympic, Sequoia, and Yellowstone National Parks. This is Tobyn's third year as a ministry team leader, and he’s currently working as a front desk worker at Lake Powell Resorts for the extended season.  KelLee:  KelLee Warren, from Mechanicsburg, PA, is a full-time worker and part-time student studying Music Therapy at Harrisburg Area Community College.  Serving with ACMNP at Lake Powell is a step into a more intentional lifestyle for her, and she will be blogging while seeking an earnest heart of adventure and love for the Lord, life, and others.  She’s passionate about music, relational ministry, and experiencing God and the outdoors, and she’s excited to bring all these together into one purpose with ACMNP.  

Be Real!

| Tobyn Bower    

Travelers love visiting the national parks for its majestic beauty. The best part to enjoy is the nature…it is so natural…it does not put on a show for its guests, but lives out its day-to-day routine without feeling the need to be anything more than what it is. As a Christian leader, what does it mean to be real?
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Live It Out!

July 25, 2013 | Tobyn Bower    

What we say and believe is manifested in what we do.
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Necessary Mystery

July 10, 2013 | KelLee Warren    

Discovering why we find beauty in the parks, and the unknown.
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The Power of Comparisons

June 25, 2013 | Tobyn Bower    

Comparing my present situation with past park experiences robs me of the opportunities God has given for me to learn and bless people here and now.
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When Nothing Else Is..

June 10, 2013 | KelLee Warren    

Finding consistency in a place where nothing seems to be.
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The Source of Power

May 20, 2013 | Tobyn Bower    

Starting in a new location means that I need to decide whether I rely on my own strength or on God's power.
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"Coming into this program, I did not realize the need for Christian missionaries within the U.S. This opinion quickly changed upon learning that there are no Christian churches in the area, and we were the closest option for Christian community within about a 45 minute drive."
– Christopher, Zion 2010

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