Name the red tribe Caleb

Name the red tribe Caleb

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Mark Felici started this petition to Brenda Etterbeek

Last year the red tribe made a name for itself. With Dallas Kaauwai leading the hype, their chant and their energy still has people singing their chant almost 6 months after teen camp. One of the most important people in creating this lasting culture is Caleb Cho of the North Region (Santa Clarita sector). Without fail he always brings up the energy of the room by shouting "ARE WE THE RED TRIBE?!" Even though he himself was not in the red tribe, he still carries the zeal that the tribe represented. 

But should we name the 2020 red tribe after some random disciple in the church? No. That's ridiculous. Even though Caleb Cho has done wonders to keep the hype of the red tribe going for months now, no one person in our church should have that honor bestowed on him. But as I said before, the red tribe symbolized excitement and zeal. And what biblical character is most renowned for his zealous nature? Caleb! In the book of Joshua he speaks that even though he was 80 years old, he still had the same fire and passion from when he was a 40 year old. And he asked Joshua for permission to take the hill country. I personally don't know any 80 year old men that would be able to fight in a war, but Caleb had the spirit of God in him unlike most people to ever live on this planet. So I think it would be appropriate for the red tribe, and symbol of hype and excitement in the LAICC teen camp, to be named Caleb. Also, it would create a memory that many would cherish. Even though teen camp is about spiritual transformation, it's also about creating memories that are tied to the church. So that those who are less open will remember these memories fondly and will seek out the cross in times of need. If Caleb Cho was in the red tribe called Caleb, countless people would be encouraged and would see that the church isn't just about rules, but fun. 

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