A Report From The Ecuador BP Team

Once again I want to tell you what a great group of teens we have.

They are working and bonding so well together. The Wall was a challenge for Sylvia but she made it over, and is so proud of herself! (We are too.) Despite the rain and a few wet tents, spirits are high. We had to serve a Special Blessing (extra work duty) today and it was served with enthusiasm. Our kids even volunteered to help tomorrow, giving up a free period. They enjoy working with Richard, our male head leader, and he enjoys the time with them.

With only a few days left at Boot Camp, excitement is growing as we look forward to getting to our final destination and start our project. We have learned a Spanish song to share as we hike the mountain trails, and the evangelism classes are teaching us how to share Christ with those we meet along the way.

Aric's solution to keep his feet dry when going over the Slough—duct tape around the top of his boots!

Aric’s solution to keep his feet dry when going over the Slough—duct tape around the top of his boots!

Now, for some news from team members.

The wall that Ecuador Preteens built.

The wall that Ecuador Preteens built.

 

 

Josiah..the Teen Missions Boot Camp has s been an amazing one of a kind experience. My team is growing so close as we continue to learn our roles as the hands and feet of the Lord. Boot Camp has encouraged me to depend on the Lord and draw on His strength,

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Isabelle’s great form over the Slough

Tavia..Even though it’s only the beginning of the summer, our team has clicked. I know God is going to do great things through us this summer. 

 

 

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  1. Looking forward to the stories Mickey Hick
    in will tell of his time in Ecuador.

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