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We're not going to Malawi?

You read that right! Ladies and gentlemen, the 24 person Malawi team is no longer going to Malawi. The kids saw Mr. Richard Barber, the President of Teen Missions, walking up and you could see a little bit of fear in their eyes. They were understandably surprised and sad when Mr. Richard said we were not going to Malawi; however they were overjoyed at the news that we were going to Kenya! Some of girls stated that they always wanted to go to Kenya so this was a welcome change for them. They are just learned we will be staying inside dorms instead of tents, so they are rejoicing!

Our kids are excited about quickly finishing up with Boot Camp and can see commissioning right around the corner. It has been a hot few days in Florida, but the evenings rain have helped to cool everything down. It has created a welcome change in our evening rally weather.

We are busy getting our church presentations finalized with our puppets and our dramas. They will be performing for another team tomorrow, so they are anxiously awaiting that.

Pack-out day is soon! We are so excited for this new journey we are embarking on. Lord willing, our next update will be from the field!

"Boot Camp is always a different experience. It is a true life changing thing. I keep coming back for a reason." - Anica L.
"Boot Camp is amazing! Sure it's hard sometimes but it's worth it! My favorite class is block laying." - Diego C.
"My favroite class at Boot Camp is block laying. The meals are a lot better than I've heard. I can't wait to serve the Lord in Kenya." - Donovan C.

Greetings from Boot Camp from the Malawi team!

Greetings from rainy Florida!

Our kids are adjusting well to Boot Camp! They're still appreciative of the rain every day though it has been a couple of days of flooding. Some of us really enjoy jumping in the puddles. Between that and falling in the Slough during the Obstacle Course, we make sure that we always carry around some dry socks!

Welcome to our first day without rain this week!

Our kids are so excited that they can finally have some dry clothes they have washed. I say clean very liberally—we have had lots of lessons in how to wash clothes in a bucket but it is definitely a learning experience! They are getting better at it each and every day.

Malawi-Kenya-Zambia leaves tomorrow!

We've started the field portion of our summer! However, we are still down here in sunny Florida for the moment.

News From MKZF (Malawi, Kenya, Zambia & Florida)

Hey everyone!! The team is doing good. They have been working hard. There is a list of jobs to do, so with 2 teams on property we are getting it done fast. Mr. Richard jokes about having to keep finding more jobs for us. They are learning to work together. Right now they are forming a sidewalk so we can lay the concrete.

“MKZF takes on Florida (still)”

Hi family and friends! The MKZF team is so grateful for the love and support they receive through mail and prayers!

MKZF Team Reporting for Duty!

Good afternoon!! The MKZF team is very quickly learning the ins and outs of property. It is still weird to be here and not be at boot camp, however the team is figuring out how to make this place more of a home!

"MKZF is out and about!”

As I write this we are on our way back from one of our Florida sightseeing excursions!