SLEEPY HOLLOW, Colorado — A Rocky Mountain Conference camp meeting reported a “tremendous revival” today, with crowds of Adventists talking, singing, and preaching excitedly at an energy level never witnessed before.
A sense of renewed vigor and unbounded optimism had swept over everyone at the annual Sleepy Hollow camp meeting after what catering staff are calling a “minor mixup” during a break for refreshments.
“We accidentally served real, leaded coffee instead of our usual Roma,” admitted catering coordinator Noes Miculpa.
Those attending camp meeting seemed to be minimally troubled by the catering mistake, as they skipped around the campground whistling hymns and high-fiving complete strangers.
“It’s amazing,” said Sleepy Hollow praise leader Kom Igen, shaking his head. “Over half the people raised their hands in the song service after that refreshment break. I have never seen such life in an Adventist crowd!”
At press time, General Conference Reformation and Revival specialists were en route to the camp meeting, determined to learn from what appeared to be a new standard in best practice.
This article originally appeared on BarelyAdventist, a humor and satire site for Adventists who believe in laughter.