We took the GSP group to play mini golf last week during our fun night. Most of the group had never done anything like it before- it was such a good bonding experience! It is so funny how people from all over the world can get frustrated with this sport :)
This was our team for mini golf- Naitu (Kenya), Zethu (South Africa), Thato (South Africa), me and Andy (yep, only guy who made the team)- posing in front of the Statue of Liberty.
Everyone's favorite part was the batting cages! Now, this is a good American experience! Pictured above is Ben from Scotland- he was a pro!
Andy and I took the group on a hike up the canyon to the punch bowls. It is a beautiful hike and we had lots of great photo opps along the way. The punch bowls are pools of freezing water from melted snow that flows down from the top of the mountain. Several people took a short swim in them!
Lastly, this is our program director Drew and Nii Ayi who is from Ghana at Baskin Robins enjoying a taste of America :)
We been here at GSP for 2 weeks now and we are amazed how well we have gotten to know and love these students and staff already! From what we have experienced so far, we feel like there probably isn't a better way for us to get such hands on training for the diverse mission field at the University of the South Pacific. Also, the input and training that these staff and students are receiving this summer is just awesome. Tonight we will be hearing from Jim Luebe, the US Collegiate Director of The Navigators (the single largest entity of all the Navigator work) on "The Great Commission" and how we all are called to be a part of it. If you think about it, please pray for me (Kathryn) as I will be sharing my testimony as to how God put the nations and the great commission on my heart. Pray that it will be an encouragement to those who hear!