The newest addition to the traditional summer camp stations, the Missions station is all about actually putting into practice the lessons of the day into practical activities that benefit the community outside of the camp.
Although the station does have overlaps with the crafts station, missions is unique in that it's activities can go beyond art, and become activism.
For instance, for FOLLOW, G-Force navigators helped pack and prepare food hampers for local families. Other days have seen gift flip-flops for people in need of footwear, alongside encouragement cards and prayer journals.
(By the way, G-Force Veterans in Calgary, I have only one thing to say about your missions station and it's contributions; SOON. You know what I'm talking about.)