After a wonderful four weeks together, everyone is home and settling back into normal rhythms and routines. We had an amazing time learning and growing together, getting to have spiritual conversations, and serving communities in Orlando and Venezuela. It was a truly unforgettable summer. God worked in so many ways and taught us so much.
Hear from our students about a few of the things God taught them this summer.
“God taught me that doubts are normal, that I have a long way to go, and that relationships are quite valuable.” -Anonymous
“He is always with you, He listens, He works through people.” -Anonymous
“I can share with others about God. I have so many testimonies to share, have a desire to learn more about him.” -NB
“I really thrive within a community of people who want to see me grow, I have people to connect to who truly understand my struggles, and that God really is in my corner and he is always with me.” -AK
“God taught me that it is not as scary as you think to share the gospel and have meaningful conversations with strangers. God also taught me that I can’t do everything myself, although I’m still working on that. I also learned that not all ministry looks the same, but God can still work through it.” -MM
“He taught me to love myself more, to trust Him more, and to be more open to those outside my family.” Anonymous
“He can give me the confidence to talk to others. He is working on everyone’s hearts whether we can see it or not. I can bring the gospel to others without even meeting them.”
“That He loves everyone unconditionally, that He is all that will ever satisfy me, and that He always forgives me.” -MM
“I’ve learned how change in our lives comes from God, I have learned the importance of QT at the beginning of every day, and I have learned useful evangelism skills.” -IE
“God loves the underappreciated and the downtrodden. I already knew that, but it really hit home during our second week. I learned that teaching the next generation about God and his attributes is essential. I’m really glad I got to be a small part of that.” -EP