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Teen Missions International Zambia 2013

{Brace yourself for photos! I will be posting photos from Judah’s Teen Missions International trip over several days. Today I will include Boot Camp and general photos from Zambia. }teen missions international, zambia, zambia teen missions, summer mission trip, large family, large family blog teen missions international, zambia, zambia teen missions, summer mission trip, large family, large family blog

Boot Camp is two weeks of training in: construction skills, team work and evangelism. The teens run an obstacle course daily, help with kitchen duties and learn to rough it (laundry in buckets, sleeping in tents in the Florida jungle). Teen Missions International’s goal is to make Boot Camp as hard as the hardest team. Judah didn’t take very many photos at Boot Camp because he said he was too busy. I believe it!teen missions international, zambia, zambia teen missions, summer mission trip, large family, large family blog teen missions international, zambia, zambia teen missions, summer mission trip, large family, large family blog

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All the meals for twenty-five teens and five adults were cooked here!teen missions international, zambia, zambia teen missions, summer mission trip, large family, large family blog

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To be continued tomorrow…with photos of the work project.

Read about Adalia’s Teen Missions trip to Honduras here: Part One and Part Two.

And did you know Chuck and I met on a Teen Missions International trip to Brazil in 1994? If not, read about it here.

8 Comments

  1. Rachel Meurer

    I so remember crashing on the floor at Orlando Airport, Miami Airport, train stations in Europe, airports in Jordan and Indonesia… I think it is a mandatory part of a TMI team 🙂

  2. Chava

    I think you must have Finnish blood running around in your genes, Judah looks exactly like one of my hubby’s cousins! Congrats on the awesome trip and having him home!

  3. Emily

    We were visiting family in Florida the same time Judah was there in training. We passed by TMI to get to the house we were staying at. 🙂

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