The first week was a "huge learning experience," commented Jordyn Hammond, first-year summer evangelist, "but I love being able to share Jesus with people even just through a book in Fort Collins."
After three weeks in Fort Collins, the evangelists will head to Wyoming, where they'll spend five weeks evangelizing Casper, Gillette and Cheyenne, finishing by July 28 in time to prepare for a new school year.
"We've all had our hard days, but God has given us the strength and passion to push through," explains Remington Hill, who has spent two school years as an LE and is working her first summer. "God is really blessing everyone."
Excited about what they've accomplished so far, Campion Senior Rachel Hammond enthused, "In the first week alone, we left more than 300 spiritual books in homes. "As the group is getting more confident, the more excited students are about sharing Jesus door-to-door."
"Our goal this summer," explains LE director Joe Martin, "is students coming closer to Jesus while sharing Jesus."
[RMCNews with Kelsey Cate; photo: Campion Academy]