I recently spoke at a YL weekend camp. One of the best pieces of YL camp speaking advice I ever received was to plan your cabin time questions before you plan your talk. Obviously you tweak them after you study the scripture and the rest of the talk planning process, but you really want to begin with the end in mind.
Even as a speaker, I feel the most critical part of the gospel proclamation and formation is in the cabin time discussion. I’m sure you have seen miracles happen in front of your eyes in the midst of cabin time, I know I have.
I have posted cabin time questions before here, and below are the ones I recently used. If you are interested in more cabin time type questions you can also look here.
2 thoughts on “Weekend Camp Cabin Time Questions”
That is outstanding advice. I did this too and it kept me completely focused on the idea that while it was my job to present the gospel clearly, it was my job even more to set up the leaders to be with their kids as they talked about the gospel.
This is especially true for a weekend camp when it is impossible (it’s always impossible) to fully present the gospel. Leaders HAVE to be set up to fill in the holes.