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Footsteps of Faith


Taking a step of faith is never easy, but it can lead to great adventures.

At a small church in Florida one night, teenager Steve Collins receives clear, unmistakable direction from God. By faith, he empties his bank account and travels 1,800 miles to obey. As a result, the entire course of his life is changed. Each step of faith leads to another, launching him into a summer camp ministry that impacts the lives of thousands of young people. In this transparent account, Steve describes his greatest leaps of faith as well as his most significant stumbles. Encountering theft, a destructive lightning storm, and the death of a family member, he finds that God’s grace is always sufficient.

Along the journey, Steve shows you how to discern the voice of the Lord, what it means to walk by faith, and how the love of God transforms lives. When you reach the end, you’ll be ready to follow the Footsteps of Faith yourself.

About the Author

Steve Collins is Executive Director of South Mountain Christian Camp in Bostic, NC. He is a graduate of Toccoa Falls College with a bachelor’s degree in camp ministry. He is a writer, teacher, and public speaker. He has served on advisory councils, boards, and leadership committees for various organizations including the School of Christian Education at Toccoa Falls College and the national Board of Directors for Christian Camp and Conference Association. Steve and his wife Jen work together in ministry and have two adult children, Mikel and Amy. Steve is available for speaking engagements from August through May and can be contacted at South Mountain Christian Camp. 

Fingerprints of God


Fingerprints are easy to miss, unless you’re looking for them.

From a small town in rural North Carolina, O.A. Fish works hard to achieve his life’s ambition, becoming an airline pilot, by the age of thirty. But something is missing. Where is the fulfillment? From a place of total brokenness, O.A. awakes the next morning to begin an amazing journey of discovery that not only transforms his relationship with God but also gives birth to a summer camp ministry that impacts the lives of thousands of children. Along the way, O.A. shows you how to put faith into practice, respond to the prompting of the Holy Spirit, and find healing when your world comes crashing down. By the time you’re finished, you’ll begin to recognize the Fingerprints of God in your own life as well.

About the Author

Captain O.A. Fish is a retired pilot with Eastern Airlines and founder of South Mountain Christian Camp in Bostic, NC. O.A. and his wife Charlotte host a weekly radio program, broadcast every Sunday morning on WCAB. O.A. also teaches a Bible study every Monday night at the camp. He is a writer, teacher, and public speaker. O.A. currently serves as the camp's CEO and President of the Board of Directors. O.A. is available for speaking engagements and can be contacted at South Mountain Christian Camp. 

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