Our first visit to Lake Edun
by: Edison Bruce
My wife Christine and I visited Lake Edun for the first time last weekend, and we were completely awed by the experience. Since this was also our first visit to a clothing-free location of any kind, we were excited and a bit nervous. We are usually nude at home, and are accustomed to performing daily activities without clothes, but we had never had the opportunity to do so in a social environment.
Shame the Dividing Barrier! Nudism from a Christian perspective
by: Greg Cook
Can a Christian, or anybody else for that matter, be a nudist (or naturist)? Let us take time to examine the truth found in God’s Word, the Bible. It is the final authority in any matter, at least for the Christian, and we must abide by whatever it says.
The idea behind nudism is to say, “as I stand here naked, even before others, I’m not afraid to be all that I am,” and to understand that the nude human body is not indecent. It is part of the person. Nudism is based on openness, honesty, and trust. Some people use nudism to fulfill their sexual lusts, and evil desires, but as a man of God, I stand against them. I am thoroughly opposed to their misuse of this wholesome way of life.
I had a first last weekend…
by: Jack Armstrong
Before I begin, I must mention that 2 years ago I was diagnosed with inoperable cancer and should have died before 1998 came around. Well, things didn’t work out that way and I made liars out of the doctors. In February of 1998, after 4 months of chemo and 25 radiation treatments I learned my cancer was in remission … and it still is. At that point, my wife and I decided when an opportunity arose, we would start doing the things that we always wanted to do.
In the past we have visited nude beaches but we have never gone to a nudist club, resort or anything like that. That is something I have wanted to do since I first heard about nudism, when I was about 10 years old. Well, I have been to Lake Edun now and it was a first for me. The following is the story about my “1st”.Last Thursday afternoon I learned Friday was going to be a totally free day off for me. My wife asked me what I was going to do. After some thought I said, “Why don’t you take the day off and let’s go to Topeka to visit Lake Edun together?” Well, she had several appointments that day and was not able to take off. Believe it or not, she said that I should go on over and check it out.