Connie Goes to Camp, Part 2

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Proverbs 6:16

16There are six things the LORD hates, seven that are detestable to him:

Proverbs 6:18
18a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that are quick to rush into evil,

Philippians 4:8
8Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things.

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Connie Goes to Camp, Part 2

“Connie Goes to Camp, Part 2” is episode #75 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Paul McCusker, and originally aired on June 17, 1989.


While a counselor at Camp What-A-Nut, Connie has to discipline Lucy, and the boys find out they're not particularly skilled at any outdoor activity!



Fortunately, "the Goat-Man" ends up being Lucy and Jill, who are just returning from their outing. Unfortunately, Connie and several other counselors have been out looking for the two girls. The next morning, Connie reprimands Lucy and sends Jill back to her group. Then Connie informs the girls that they'll be competing head-to-head against the boys in Fred Zachary's cabin. There will be three contests: archery, canoeing, and a relay race.

Connie plays sports announcer and describes the tournament. As the games progress, Jill once again approaches Lucy about sneaking away. Lucy says no at first, but Jill shames her into agreeing. They meet that night outside Jill's cabin. But Lucy refuses to accompany Jill. Lucy says it's wrong of them to disobey, especially after they've already gotten into trouble for it once. Jill accuses her of wimping out, but Lucy is adamant. Before Lucy can make it back to her cabin, though, the two girls are caught by a counselor.

The next morning, Connie punishes them: She expels Lucy and Jill from Camp What-A-Nut. Connie writes to her mom that it was the toughest thing she's ever had to do. Now she understands how much it must have hurt Whit to fire her - and how hurt God must feel when He has to discipline His people. Connie wraps up her letter, signs off, then adds: "P.S. Tell Whit I said hello."

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Discussion Questions

  1. Connie gave Lucy and Jill a warning the first time they disobeyed. How many “second chances” would you give someone who disobeyed?
    • Are there times when it’s appropriate to punish without first giving a warning?
  2. Donna and Robyn were obsessed with makeup and clothes, while Allison was addicted to TV. Do you have any obsessions that you need to let go of?
    • If so, what are they?
  3. Lucy said she was sorry for hurting Connie. What did Lucy mean by that?


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June Kendall Connie Kendall
Hal Cunningham Lucy Cunningham-Schultz
Mrs. Cunningham-Schultz Lucy Cunningham-Schultz
John Whittaker Connie Kendall





Connie Kendall: And the crowd goes wild as Oscar takes his position for the boys final chance to win this archery match. He picks up the bow. Turns it one way and then the other. Coach Fred Zachary reminds him that the string goes in the back. Oscar picks up an arrow, examines it—yes, the pointy end goes out—and he loads it up. A hush falls over the crowd. Oscar aims. He can't decide which eye to use. He closes one, then the other, then both, and fires! A bulls-eye! Oscar got a bulls-eye!

Jimmy Barclay: Hey, Robyn! You got mud on your new T-shirt!
Robyn Jacobs: What?!
Robyn Jacobs: Hey, that's cheating! Jimmy distracted me!
Jimmy Barclay: <laughs> Nah nah nah na nah nah!

Connie Kendall: As soon as the guys hurry up, we'll get started. <beat> Are you ready, guys?
Fred Zachary: Hey, hey, we're praying for God to give us kindness and compassion against our enemies — do ya mind?