The last day of Bootcamp started with two awesome Ladies that love Jesus passionately. Miss Sierra shared her personal testimony that reflected the power and redemption of Father God that pursues you no matter how far you have wandered. She portrayed the beauty of God’s unconditional love and mercy that He so freely grants even in the midst of wrong choices. She shared the miracles that kept her alive even from birth and how she could see His hand upon her life right from the very beginning. We are so glad to have Sierra on our team. She brings such a stability and a peace that makes our team complete.
We also had church with Kathleen Tabor as our guest speaker. Her message was so appropriate and brought a fitting end to an incredible week of teaching. She spoke from James 4:4 that literally tells it like it is. Basically, if you are a friend of the world, you are an enemy of Christ. Our teachings this week have established foundations which has been such a God send, but with foundations come boundaries that keep your relationship with God intact. Our team responded with insight and revelation as they took in what was spoken through Kathleen by the Holy Spirit. She also expounded on the area of a religious spirit, that stifles your growing process in your relationship with God.
Today being the last day brought about the process of clean up and packing. This included getting our laundry done and getting our bags ready for tomorrows drive to Denver. Spring Creek Christian School has been the perfect facility for our Bootcamp and we have certainly been blessed.
As is the case every year, outreach falls on Megan’s birthday. Her birthday is actually on Tuesday when we fly from Denver via Newark to Lome, Togo. We decided to celebrate with her family and friends at the Tabors house and it made for a great celebration to top off an exceptional week of Bootcamp.
It was an awesome gathering as we celebrated Megan but it was time to get back to the school. Megan, Geoff, Shannon, Hope and Quinn ran some errands before heading back. The rest of the team grew tired of waiting and sent Tayne in through an open bathroom window in the girls upstairs bathroom. They definitely had no trouble making use of their time while waiting as you can see below…
The excitement is brewing as we anticipate our trip to Togo starting tomorrow. The team is in high spirits and are eager to get to Togo. We will finish last minute cleaning tomorrow morning, pack and load vehicles and head to Denver by 10:00am tomorrow.
God is good all the time, All the time God is good!!!
Romans 16:19 – Everyone has heard about your obedience, so I rejoice because of you; but I want you to be wise about what is good and innocent about what is evil