Team Zambia Water Filters is up and running. They are working together and now are getting more acquainted with the rules and busy schedule of Boot Camp. At first it was quite a culture shock for most of the team members.
They have learned many new things in their first week here. They just finished the Missions Conference and have started their official training at Boot Camp. They have classes in phonics, personal evangelism, drama, block laying, music and brainstorming.
They won their first team award last night—the “Godliness Award” for helping clean up after an activity during the “Boot Camp Olympics”. They are starting to adjust to the 5:30 AM wake-up and are keeping positive attitudes despite all the rain that we have been experiencing.
Every night, we attend the evening rallies where there is worship and a speaker. They are learning more about the Lord.
Deborah Carey – I like that this is not a church camp. This is a missionary training center. I like how we are learning realistic tools that we can do on the mission field to bring more people to Christ. I also believe that this is making us stronger.
Bailey Johnson – I am really excited about how much our team is going to grow spiritually, individually and as a team this summer.
Victoria Bent – I am becoming much closer to God through this experience because I am learning to be completel