The Benefits Of Acceptance

Self-Acceptance

Being able to accept yourself is becoming harder and harder these days especially amongst our youth! Kids are constantly comparing themselves against friends, family, celebrities and everyone in between. This leaves them feeling self-conscious rather than accepting themselves.

Self-acceptance is one of the most important assets a person can have, especially a child because they’ll carry it and everything that comes with it into adulthood. Self-acceptance is linked to confidence and self-esteem which greatly benefits a child in any situation. They are more aware of themselves and aren’t likely to be swayed by others judgements. By doing this, they are able to stay true to themselves.

The question remains: How can your child develop self-acceptance?

It’s simple: By accepting who they are, not who they think they’re supposed to be or who they’re told they should be.

Unconditional love fosters self-acceptance, by loving your child for who they are no matter what they do. Whether they perform badly on a test or do great it doesn’t matter, knowing they’ll still be loved makes them feel good enough and helps them accept themselves.

In addition to this children need to feel they’re making progress and your positive feedback for achieving something makes them feel good about themselves.

By accepting where you are now and letting go of excuses, you take control of where you go in the future rather than being held back by the past.

Acceptance is one of the foundations of friendship. Being able to accept each other and feel accepted is crucial to any relationship lasting long term.

Acceptance makes kids feel safe, comfortable and more willing to share about themselves. Good friends show a genuine interest in each other’s lives and don’t judge each other. An increase in self-confidence, self-worth and trust in a friendship stem from accepting each other.

Strong friendships are vital to your child’s growth and the people they surround themselves with significantly impact who they become. Acceptance in these friendships makes it possible for them to be themselves and not feel the need to be someone they aren’t.

Acceptance Builds Community

Self-acceptance can come from the acceptance of those around you and your community. If the people around you accept you for who you are, you’ll feel good enough and be more likely to accept yourself.

Accepting each other allows people to work together better and communicate effectively. Sharing common interests and goals often unites people.

A community that accepts each other boosts individuals sense of belonging and purpose. They support one another and help them no matter what they’re going through. 

Everyone Is Accepted By Jesus

Jesus accepts everyone for who they are no matter what they’ve done. Everyone makes mistakes in life and Jesus made it possible for them to be forgiven.

Jesus included others that everyone else excluded, setting the example for how to treat each other.

He didn’t judge others saying “for in the same way you judge others, you will be judged” Matthew (7:2). This fear of being judged comes from judging other people for doing what we want to do. This shows that if we want to feel accepted we should accept others for who they are.

Baptist Camping Victoria Provides An Accepting Community

Our camps provide an accepting environment, allowing your child to be who they are. We make sure everyone is included and each child feels a sense of belonging.

Our staff and volunteers do this by getting alongside the campers and ranchers, being respectful and sensitive, recognising that they come from all backgrounds and experiences. The purpose of our camps is pure and simple – to share the love of Jesus in all we do, through service, words, and actions.

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Growing Together: The 5 Key Benefits Of The Camping Experience

Does camping have any lasting benefits on your children? In this blog, we’ll reveal exactly how school camps hugely benefit students and teachers in more ways than one.

Camps Build Relationships

Strong relationships inside and outside the classroom between students and teachers are vital. It’s a core element in a student’s learning and schooling journey, allowing them to feel comfortable, increase participation and interest in what is happening in the school environment whether that be the classroom, play ground or a school camp.

A camping experience allows students to connect, collaborate and form bonds with each other and their teachers, outside of the usual classroom setting. They get to know each other better by participating in activities and working as a team.

The Expeditionary Learning model has heavily influenced a secondary school called XP. A study was conducted on the strength of relationships at the school between students and between the teachers and students.

Building relationships through expeditionary experiences (2017)

In the study, it was found that the challenging environment engages the students and gets them excited about what they’re doing; making them more likely to open up and connect with their peers and teachers.

“Relationships played out at school are seen later on in society” (Loe 2017)

Camps Increase Self-Esteem And Confidence

On camp students receive recognition from peers and teachers for the activities they complete and the skills they learn. This validation from outward sources makes them feel good about themselves and boosts their self-esteem.

In addition to this, Increased self-esteem comes from within, with the ability to apply what they’ve learnt in a real-world situation to accomplish a task or activity and experience the result.

This recognition and achievement gives students confidence in their abilities and makes them more likely to want to participate and perform well inside and outside the classroom because they believe in themselves.

Camps Bring Happiness To Your Children’s Lives

The everyday school curriculum can get very repetitive.

A camping experience is the perfect way to change things up and get students interested in what they’re doing through a new environment and interactions.

This makes students want to be there, de-stress and can change their mood, for the better.

Getting active in the outdoors makes students feel better and produces dopamine known as the ‘happy hormone’. Along with some much-needed vitamin D compared to the usual classroom setting.

An individual’s environment is one of the greatest contributors to performance, motivation, behaviour and mood so this change of environment can be a huge boost for students well-being.

All this comes together for a better mood and happier students.

Camping Correlates To Classroom Success And Achievement

How does a camping experience translate to the classroom?

The strengthened relationships formed during a camping experience return to the classroom, allowing students to be more comfortable around each other and their teachers. Knowing each other better creates an open and safe environment that makes the students feel like they belong and often more willing to participate in the classroom.

This increased level of engagement, allows students to process and understand topics easier in their way and retain what they’ve learnt.

This greater level of understanding increases the teacher’s ability to know how to best teach and assist individual students and the class as a whole along their academic journey. In turn, students are more willing to ask for help due to the increased sense of belonging and trust.

Camps foster teamwork and communication skills

Students work and connect with others that they might not usually in the classroom and in ways they haven’t interacted before.

Teamwork and communication come hand in hand and are key skills for students to develop. To work well as a team and complete activities, students have to be able to communicate effectively and cooperate.

Communication is also a key aspect in building relationships. They have to be prepared to work together to accomplish the given task. The activities and tasks the students participate in help them learn the importance of effective communication and how to communicate effectively.

Interested in exploring the possibility of delivering exceptional education outcomes through a magnificent camping experience? Enquire today and our friendly team will show you how our tailored camp programs can achieve your school’s goals in a seamless and fun way!

Learning Through Christ is More Powerful Than You Think

Do you ever wonder if you are parenting right?

Should you let them go to that party?

Should you let them hang out with that friend (that just doesn’t seem right)?

See, there’s a simple way to make sure that you are making the right parenting choices…

It’s by empowering your child to make the right decision themselves. Doing this let’s them judge the good and bad intrinsically – without you having to overstep your boundaries.

Now, this may sound like a parenting “fairy tale”, but there is a way to ensure this isn’t a figment of your imagination.

It’s by showing your child the way by leading them to the guidance of God. Christian education is deeply rooted in compassion and empathy. It is a simple way to instil positive values that follow them throughout their life.

Based on our experience, we’ve identified that there are five key areas where a Christian Education can really benefit the development of your child.

Values

Within the bible, there are vital lessons taught through the word of God.  It shows individuals to be loving and caring in all actions. Furthermore, character is fostered, and leadership skills are depicted in biblical stories.

There is no doubt that children today are faced with various choices and decisions that can have a lasting impact on their lives. In these cases, the leaders and individuals in the bible can act as role models to guide action in everyday life. 

Positive Environment

Participating in a Christian community and sharing faith can have tremendous effects on the environment surrounding your child. By continually being surrounded by people who are loving, caring and accepting, these influences can increase a child’s self-esteem. Doing this can provide them with the confidence to resist peer pressure and make decisions which are congruent with their inner guiding voice.

Academic Excellence

Studies have shown the positive effect of Christian education on overall academic results. A report in USA Today displayed faith-based schools to have higher maths results and graduation rates than students who attended public schools.

Another Meta-Analysis of 90 studies confirmed these findings. These results demonstrated that faith-based schools scored 11% higher than standardised tests in comparison to children who attended non-faith based schools.

Lasting Effects into adulthood

Developing a relationship with God through prayer time and study can have a lasting impact that extends beyond childhood. An active faith enables guidance in everyday life experiences. 

The values taught in Christianity affects decisions and attitudes that follow your child throughout their personal and professional lives.

There are many ways the values and lessons of the Christian faith can be instilled in your child. Attending youth group, church or merely being present in the Church community can enable your child to have the best chance of leading a virtuous life.

Our camps are centred around instilling these values while empowering children to be the very best person they can be. Our mission is to provide a loving community to facilitate a sense of belonging.

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Community : The Lifeblood of Your Spiritual Development

It’s no secret that a sense of belonging through Community is integral to living a happy, fulfilling and enjoyable life.

Society is becoming increasingly fragmented and this means Australian’s are increasingly searching for a sense of Community and somewhere to belong.

According to Psychology Today, belonging involves being accepted (Hall 2014). It is an innate human need – similar to food and shelter. Feeling a sense of belonging is fundamental in valuing life and coping with negative emotions.

People can experience that critical sense of belonging through family, friends, social media, or by being part of a church group.

But unfortunately for some, a loving family and supportive friends are a privilege. And to add to this, the modern Social Media does not always lead to happy outcomes.

According to studies, using social media leads to lower levels of self-esteem, control and belonging. To add to this, the rise of cyberbullying only intensifies feelings of isolation and loneliness (McNamee 2014).

That’s where Ministries come into the picture. It’s been shown that Ministries function as spiritual families and can help people feel like they belong. Members can experience friendship, share their struggles, hopes and dreams. People can develop their Christian faith by taking part in the church community and nurtured through networking with other believers.

If this isn’t already enough. Churches do much more than creating a sense of community, they also give back…

Social Benefits

Churches contribute to society by assisting the vulnerable, engaging in charity opportunities, help the poor and volunteer to enhance the greater Community.

Education

Ministries provide teaching on the wisdom of God, but also aid in after school care, tutoring and skill development to help the local Community get their best foot forward.

Decrease Crime

Churches strive to improve moral and spiritual education and ultimately help reduce crime.

Promote health

Churches improve mental and physical health, and it has been shown that in comparison to the nonreligious individual, attendees live seven years longer (Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (SBC)).

The benefits of joining a church community can often be overlooked. However, it is a simple way to improve feelings of belonging, acceptance and self-confidence.

At Baptist camping Victoria, our camps have been built around these principles. Attending one of our camps is a sure way to be welcomed into a loving, friendly and non-judgemental community. Find out more about our camps today!

How to Motivate, Inspire and Empower Your Kids In 2019

How do you empower a child to be the best they can be?

We often hear as adults, that we are shaped by our childhood.

Therefore, empowering your child to inner confidence, strength and courage are integral to their lifelong success.

In fact – It is a process of guiding them to feel and believe that they are powerful now to get their best foot forward in life.

However, what’s the best way to do this?

If you listened to the papers and the TV, they would say:

‘Nurture your child….
‘don’t over-nurture your child. They will become too dependent….

‘Allow your child to take risks…
‘Don’t let them take risks. they will end up in trouble…..

‘Follow your dreams….
‘But be realistic….

‘Listen to your child…
‘Don’t believe everything that they say….

If you listen to these, you’re bound to get lost in the maze of parenting confusion.

However, there is one main principle that is psychologically proven to empower your child.

It’s simply this:

Encouragement

It’s simply putting belief in your child, which enables them to ‘see’ themselves as highly competent right now.

In order to build your child’s character, Positive Psychology teaches that parents need to focus on highlighting the strengths and positive aspects of their child’s development.

By focusing on your child’s strengths rather than weaknesses, it enables them to be raised into a confident and mature person. Doing the opposite will interfere with their ability to achieve happiness and a fulfilling life.

A study by the American Psychologist (2012) indicated that nurturing and encouraging environments have a positive impact on the child’s emotional health. This has been proven to minimize biologically and psychologically toxic events, promote and reinforce prosocial behaviour and prepare them with the skills to become productive members of society.

Therefore, it is imperative for a child to be encouraged daily to ensure they are set up for their best possible life.

A child wants their wildest dreams to come true, and it’s up to us to let them believe this can happen.

Even just telling your child, ‘You can do it! I believe in you’ is a great way to start empowering your child today!

Another example is filtering this down to encourage the child’s particular abilities, skills and qualities. In this way, they can see just how valuable, talented and capable they truly are.

For example, saying they’re ‘creative’ and ‘talented’ during an art class is a great way to make them feel like a powerful creator.

This seems simple, but surrounding your child with a supportive and encouraging environment is integral to their positive development.

This environment needs to extend beyond the home life and be reinforced in various surroundings.

Another great way to do this is through a positive, supportive and encouraging environment provided through camping. This is a great way to ensure your children are living life to their full potential. At Baptist Camping Victoria, we offer a great range of camps that challenge and stimulate children to reach their potential. Find out more here.

It’s Hard Being A Child Today

It’s easy to reflect on the ”good ol’ days” of childhood before bills, work and responsibilities took us by surprise. But, being a child in 2019 isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. (And the worst part: the ramifications are more troubling than you think).

Technology changes

Take a look at the day of a modern child:

Morning television shows have been replaced with a scroll through Instagram…

Sneaky Snapchats are sent to all their friends on the way to school…

And on top of that – kids are now creating and watching a montage of video mashups on TikTok all whilst they message their classmates on Facebook!

Sound exhausting yet? We think so! 

In Australia, Mobile Device usage has increased exponentially to the point it is often described as addictive.

90% of Australian teens between 14-17 own a smartphone (Roy Morgan 2016), and 2 out of 3 primary-school-aged children own a mobile-screen based device (Australian Child Health Poll 2017).

The increased usage of digital devices is something we all should be concerned about.  Issues related to cyberbullying, access to inappropriate content, newly-established social patterns, and distractions from school work have all risen to the surface,.

However, the most worrying part is that these issues aren’t all speculation. Student engagement surveys show that around 15% of students have experienced cyberbullying, at least once, in the past month (TTFM 2018).

Finnish education experts have seen a relationship between smartphone usage and negative affects on school-related work, physical activity, reading and high-quality sleep.

In fact, mobile phone distraction are a probable cause for the slide in average Math, Science, and Reading scores (PISA rankings)(Baker 2018).

Social Interaction

The world is getting smaller.

Thanks to the internet, we are have been brought closer to loved ones, family and friends by the click of a button.

But what about talking to a person the old fashioned way?

You know what we mean: talking face-to-face.

So, is your child’s mobile phone hindering their social development?

According to studies, mobile phone usage has been reported by 82% of people to occasionally hurt or kill the atmosphere of social gatherings (Rainie & Zickuhr 2015).

It’s no wonder that in France, smartphones are even banned in schools because of ‘mobile’s limit face-to-face interaction.

Australia is slowly catching on, with some schools implementing bans on mobile digital device use.

However, the effects of reduced social interaction are far more severe than you think…

Decreased social interaction due to increased phone usage has been linked to lower levels of psychological well being.

In a study that monitored 1.1 million high school students between 1991- 2016, it was found that students spending less time on non-screen activities (e.g. Sports, attending religious services, in-person interaction) and more time with technology (e.g. Social media, texting, gaming)had lower levels of psychological health.

Most interestingly – students who only spent a few hours a week communicating with their peers online were reported as the happiest (Twenge et al. 2018).

Exposure To Inappropriate Content

Are you worried about your child’s safety online?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. 95% of parents cited online safety as ”very important” – even ranking as a more significant concern than illegal drugs, smoking and alcohol use (Life Education 2018).

Inappropriate material extends beyond ”adult” content. Inappropriate content extends to websites that encourage self-harm and eating disorders.

In these uncertain times, there are concerns about the rise of ”sexting”. ”Sexting” is ”sending or posting of sexually suggestive text messages and images, including nude or semi-nude photographs, via mobiles or over the internet” (Cooper et al. 2016 p. 2).

In another study, it was found that 45% of students had received a ”sexually explicit nude or nearly nude photo or video” with over 54% having received a ”sexually explicit written text message”. (The National Survey of Australian Secondary Students and Sexual Health 2013).

Exercise

Another concern is the impact on the physical health of children with ‘today’s changing media and communication patterns.

Social media usage was found to be correlated with higher sedentary time for students aged between 10-15 years (Sandercock et al. 2016).

This was also verified in another study where children aged between 9-16 years reported lower levels of physical activity in comparison to those who used their smartphone less (Csibi et al. 2016).

What Can We Do?

Believe it or not, it’s not the end of the world. 

In fact, there are options out there for your children to thrive through the day-to-day of the 21st Century.

See, a lot of this “addictive” digital behaviour is actually driven by habit.

By habit, devices and social media platforms have positive feedback loops built into them. These feedback loops encourage addictive device behaviour that keep your kids glued to their devices. 

How do we come overcome this?

The solution: Go Cold Turkey On Technology.

It may sound crazy. We know – it’s almost impossible to snatch their phones out of their hands. Yet there still is hope!

A much simpler way to overcome this device mania is through the use of substitution. Get your kids involved in fun, rewarding and challenging activities.

This can be done by placing your child in a stimulating environment. Put them in an environment where they are surrounded by peers and are set to work on challenging tasks that require teamwork, camaraderie, trust and a touch of hard work! 

When it comes to a stimulating environment, there’s no comparison to the great outdoors. A venture into the great outdoors is a sure way to experience nature’s beauty first hand, instead of digesting their ‘friend’s selfies in their news feed – for once.

The supportive setting at Baptist Camping Victoria sites provides a beneficial environment to stimulate learning, growth and most of all, fun. Camping experiences have been shown to increase self-esteem, confidence, happiness, and attainment.

The best part about it? You don’t have to worry about the messages and information they’ll be fed during their experience, so you can rest assured knowing your child is one step closer to the kind of childhood you had!

The 3 Key Aspects Of A Successful School Camp

The 3 Key Aspects Of A Successful School Camp

Want to have your class inspired, stimulated and enchanted on your next school camp? Be the Hero of your classroom and earn the appreciation you deserve. Use the 3 keys of a successful school camp and you’ll even have the most challenging kids in the school enthralled and captivated! 

Acceptance

As you know, Inclusion and Acceptance are paramount in the classroom.

The American Psychological Association have revealed that exclusion may be as harmful as bullying, causing children to withdraw from classroom activities and suffer academically (Buhs 2006).

Acceptance sits deep within our values at Baptist Camping Victoria. Here, we strive to create a community where everyone truly belongs. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from or what your story is; we focus on making sure everyone feels included!  This is essential to ensure your class of kids feel at home whilst they take part in our camps and activities!

Belonging

Every child needs to feel as though they belong. This directly impacts the way students interact with each other, but also with their teachers.

To feel confident, happy and comfortable, children first need to feel part of the group (and not apart from the group). This sense of belonging can be grown in therapeutic and supportive relationships.

See, we’ve taken this to heart at Baptist Camping Victoria.

At Mill Valley Ranch, we do things a little differently  by making use of Equine Assisted Therapy to enable kids to overcome their own psychological hurdles. 

Horses act as an ‘emotional mirror’ for humans. What this means is that when someone displays emotion in their face or body, a horse will react with the same emotions. This gives children a chance to understand and deal with their own feelings (Scharrf 2017).

In addition to this, horses elicit trust. They are majestic, gentle and honest creatures. Students can build strong, trusting relationships with a horse, while increasing their own confidence. This relationship enables the student to feel involved, valued and learn to cooperate with others.

Experience

It’s not rocket science that the key to a successful camp is that children can have fun!

Most camps often experience a trade-off between ‘entertaining’ and ‘educational’ experiences. But, here at Mill Valley Ranch, we know the difference between a camp that will pass the time and one that will be cherished for years. The key to success is an integration of the two; fun and learning.

At Mill Valley Ranch, we delight your students through real-world experience-based learning activities. However,  the values deeply entrenched in our camp enable them to learn life-long lessons that extend beyond positive interactions in the classroom and trickle down to every facet of their life.

So what are you waiting for? Steer away from the dull, boring and mundane activities that have your students feel like they are preparing for the NAPLAN.

Transcend the ordinary and choose a school camp they will cherish forever with Baptist Camping Victoria! 

 

The Top 3 Things You Need To Know Before Booking Your School Camp

Booking a School Camp is never an easy experience.

In the market, there are so many choices and options available. At Baptist Camping Victoria, we understand how overwhelming and difficult it can be to make the right decision.

In your situation, we know exactly what it is like to be a Teacher.

You’re working hard in the classroom. You’re meeting relentless demands from parents. And on top of that, you’re doing your very best to meet the requirements of your workplace.

With all this taken into consideration, no wonder it’s difficult to even think about giving your kids a great time at camp!

We see a lot of teachers overwhelmed organising and trying to pull off a successful school camp.

However, more often than not, teachers are under-prepared (with no fault of their own) in ensuring that they know exactly what their school needs are.

To make it even easier for you, here’s our “Three Things You Need To Know Before Booking Your School Camp”

1. Know Your School Values 

Before you go investigating and googling all the things, get crystal clear on what your school stands for.

At Baptist Camping Victoria, we sit down with new schools and go about understanding your school values.

With these values in mind, we create a camping experience for your class that’s 100% aligned with your worldview and a great experience for your kids!

2. Check For Tailored Programming. 

After knowing your school’s values are aligned with your camping partner, the second thing you want to look for is tailored programming.

Ideally, you want to find a camp site that will tailor their program to suit your educational outcome.

Do you want to teach your kids through fun activities? Do you want them to explore the countryside on horseback? Or do you want your class the richness of our history?

Ask yourself questions like these to ensure that your school camp delivers on what your school is asking for. Then, find a provider that can give you a fully tailored program to meet it.

3. Learning Through Life Experiences.

And finally, we want the students to have learning through life experiences.

Aristotle once said “For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.”

Learning through life experiences teaches can not only assist you in reinforcing your school curriculum, it can also teach your kids the necessary life skills they can carry for the rest of their lives.

Do you need a hand in giving your kids the camp of a lifetime? Contact Us Now to speak to one of our friendly team today!

 

Deepening One’s Commitment To Faith Through Christian Camping

In this letter, Rev. Daniel Bullock reflects on his experiences at Camp Wilkin and discusses how Christian Camping brings families, friends and people together for the advancement of God’s Kingdom.

As a long-time supporter of Christian camping, I was both interested and encouraged to recently see the research in the infographic below around the strong connection between camping and faith commitments. It caused me to reflect on my own experiences of Christian camping.

I have personally been involved in Christian camps in a number of contexts over many years, primarily in leading youth and all-age camps and attending church family camps. These events provided great community with one another, the opportunity to go deeper on a spiritual and relational level and the simple pleasure of having fun and relaxation in an environment away from the usual pressures of life.

I have terrific memories of family camps at Camp Wilkin, Anglesea when my son was a young boy. These occasions provided an inexpensive way to have a holiday in beautiful surrounds and enabled my son, as an only child, to connect with many other children. As a family we greatly enjoyed and appreciated meeting new people and forging friendships during these times.  Another added bonus is that camps can be a place to find one’s life partner; in fact, I have observed over the years a number of camp romances that eventually led to the altar!

The data in this infographic clearly shows Christian camps are pivotal in people making faith commitments, indeed I have personally seen many young people commit their lives to Jesus through youth camps.

My son, now in his teenage years, attends youth camps a couple of times a year and always returns enthused and renewed in his faith and speaks of friends who have given their lives to Jesus. As a parent this is very heartening to see and hear. I would also add, that my own experience and involvement as a leader in the Alpha program shows me those who attend the weekend away (part of the Alpha course) are more likely to make a faith commitment than those who do the course but do not attend the weekend away.  

“These events provided great community with one another, the opportunity to go deeper on a spiritual and relational level and the simple pleasure of having fun and relaxation in an environment away from the usual pressures of life.”

There is something about the time and space away which seems to help foster a greater openness to the gospel and likelihood of conversion. And so it is with the opportunities created by Christian camping.

I would encourage all churches to invest time and budget in creating opportunities for their young people and families to participate in Christian camps or retreats. The life-changing impact and effect is undeniable both statistically and anecdotally.

As a pastor and in my current role as Director of Mission & Ministries of the Baptist Union of Victoria, I have heard many testimonies citing a Christian camp as the place and time of coming to faith.  Others commonly refer to a camp or retreat as a pivotal point in their Christian journey, a deepening of their faith or some other defining spiritual experience.

Let’s not miss the opportunities that Christian camps and retreats allow for expanding and advancing God’s Kingdom!

 

Rev. Daniel Bullock
Director of Mission & Ministries
Baptist Union of Victoria

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