1. Submit to the leadership. Feel free to talk to them whenever you need to, about personal or practical aspects. Submission includes being loyal, positive and teachable.
2. Be willing to do anything required for the well being of the camp. Suggestions are welcome, whilst always accepting and supporting a leaders decision.
3. Maintain an optimistic and positive attitude. Pessimism kills faith and hurts team morale. “Encourage one another and build each other up” (1 Thessalonians 5:11)
4. Assume the best in each other, consider the needs of others before your own (i.e. don’t fight for the best room, best bed, etc.), practice sacrificial love and forgive easily. Consider Christ"s example on this (Philippians 2: 3-8; 1 Corinthians 13:4-7).
5. Push yourself. Be bold and courageous. Step outside of your comfort zone.
6. Be humble and teachable, willing to take responsibility for mistakes and faults. Be quick to apologize. Nobody is perfect, and serving the camp is a great opportunity to grow.
7. Additionally, it"s natural to form friendships within the overall group. That being said, overall unity of the team is of utmost importance so strive to avoid “cliques” and fight to maintain unity for the group at large.