In essentials: unity;
We enjoyed a 4 day orientation in Langley, BC. The EFCCM hold interviews for Career missionary candidates twice a year. We were happy that we were able to attend this "pre-acceptance orientation" which gave us a plethora of information about EFCC, the EFCCM, and other topics regarding cross-cultural life overseas. Some of the topics included EFCC doctrine, becoming a career missionary, communications, support team building and cultural transition survival training.
We are happy to say that when they accepted us as Career Missionaries we said: YES!
|Group photo: Mission director, staff and fellow missionaries|
|Grace Bible Church, Vernon B.C.|
We were also able to set up a "Made in Roatan" table at Kelowna Gospel Fellowship and the sales from that definitely will help the poor on the island of Roatan.
|Made in Roatan sale at Kelowna Gospel Fellowship|
|Jake is in the back row in the white tshirt. Zenola is sitting in front of him|
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