Tell us about yourself.
“I’m at UFV, finishing up my Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing. In my spare time I read. I read a lot. That’s pretty much my only hobby. I’m a hard fiction lover, but lately I’ve been dabbling into some non-fiction. I also have a cat named Liquorice”
Tell us about your program roll.
“Cassidy and I are working together to run the LIT program. This year we’re shifting away from what the program usually is (which is LIT’s being campers during Teen Camp) and try to break some ground and try some new things by having the LIT’s as not campers during Teen Camp but having their own program with sessions and time to connect with campers. For the other weeks I’ll also be helping mentor some of the cabin leaders.”
Tell us about your life growing up in regards to faith?
“I went to church as a kid out in Abbotsford. My parents always took me. It was always just something we did, no questions asked. I began to take my relationship with Jesus seriously when I was in Middle School. That was the time when I was able to learn about Jesus for myself instead of just following what my parents did.”
How did you get connected to Charis Camp?
“I just Googled it! I wanted to help out at a summer camp this year and I wanted something closer to home, so it worked out perfectly.”
Favourite camp memory?
Before Charis I was serving at Camp Qwanoes on Vancouver Island since 2011. My favourite memory there was meeting my husband and working with him in the summer of 2015.”
What are you expecting from God this summer?
“I’m expecting God, in regards to the LIT program, to open the minds and the hearts and the eyes and the ears of the LITs to learn more about Him and follow Him more.”
Korissa loves organizing things and investing in leaders. She has been a gift to the Program Team! We are so glad Google led her to us😉