Gratitude for Family & Friends Getaway
Thank you so much for the campership that allowed our family to go to the A/U Ranches this summer. We initially planned to send our 8-year-old son, Brooks, to Youth Camp, but with the craziness of the year we were so grateful a day adventure option worked out. It was amazing to be able to go as a family.
We have been struggling with harmony in the household this year, and all the sibling squabbles just melted away at the Ranches. The uplifted spiritual sense and love that surrounds you at camp was needed more than ever this summer. Not living near a Sunday School for the kids to attend, being able to supplement their Zoom classes with family ranching at the A/U Ranches really helps them stay excited about Sunday School.
It also provided an opportunity for my husband to see what Adventure Unlimited is all about. Matt did not grow up in Christian Science, and for him to make connections with other dads and to experience firsthand the joy and freedom at the A/U Ranches showed him much more than my years of telling ever could.
We are still full of the gratitude from our rich and wonderful time at the A/U Ranches. As a young family with three kiddos, we would not have otherwise been able to afford going to camp.
Emily, Matt, Brooks, Nolan and baby Billye Rose Mulica
About The A/U Ranches
The A/U Ranches, located in Buena Vista, Colorado, are a cornerstone of Adventure Unlimited’s programming. The supportive and inspiring atmosphere cultivates confidence and develops moral courage for Christian Science youth, adults and families. Activities are offered year-round, including a secular community outreach program, 100 Elk, which serves diverse schools and groups.
Youth Camp at the A/U Ranches
Our experiences change lives. At the A/U Ranches you’ll find a Christian Science atmosphere with staff dedicated to helping you see the role God plays in your life. Each program and activity is designed to help you break through limitations, reach your goals, and see God in action.