Since Sunday (our last report), we have been flying through Boot Camp. Every day we wake up it’s been going faster and now we only have four days left. Before we know it, we will be flying to Cameroon. We are getting a lot of people over the wall on the obstacle course, but we keep disqualifying. Our team has felt a little sick as the flu comes around our team. Tyler Pound, Nathan Hoskins and Elizabeth Ludac have been not feeling so well. Polly Mecaskey’s knee and ankle are feeling better. James Bagans twisted his ankle but is feeling much better. However, we are all surviving and getting ready for Commissioning. We shall finish our weekly classes of evangelism, phonics and music and get prepared to go. Until next time.
Leah Fangard- Boot Camp has been a great experience through the struggles and the fun. The evangelism classes have really challenged me to share the Gospel with others. I have started to feel a burden for the people of Cameroon through both these classes and also the rallies at night. I am so excited to see how we will work together in Cameroon to bring people to Christ.
Nathan Hoskins- Before I came I was ‘close’ to God …but I wasn’t really close to God. Every day I used to do my devotions at home, but I wasn’t focused. When I came, I was distracted. When I started living without a cell phone or computer or TV, God was really the only thing I had left to depend on. I have built friendships these two weeks that will last a lifetime. Boot Camp has really prepared me to go on the missions field.