break every chain

" There is power in the name of Jesus, to break every chain, break every chain, break every chain."

Those are some of the lyrics to a worship song we have pretty much lived  on all weekend. I didnt really know what to expect going into training camp. I was thinking we were going to stick with our team, and learn a bunch of information, kind of like school.. but boy, was I corrected! In just the two and a half days that we have been here, I have been stretched, and taken out of my comfort zone times 1,000! I came into this whole experience thinking, i was in a good place, that i wasnt cussing, i was talking to God and I was being 'good enough'. God has wrecked me the past few days.

Forgiveness, that word has come up a lot. I was holding on to a lot of past demons, and just had this sour feeling in the pit of my stomach, and after multiple people telling me that God was telling them i needed to forgive, i finally did. I havent felt so free, in so long! My Team has already been so comforting and so encouraging. i know God put us together, in the most perfect way. Everyone brings there own unique qualities into the group. We have encouragers, servant hearts, the girls have so much compassion and love for human trafficking, and thailand. i know God is going to work BIG in and through this group.

I am so excited to see what God has planned for me, and my team. My heart has been completely wrecked, and ive been thrown so far out of my comfort zone. It's day three, we still have four more months and I couldnt be more excited or more sure of the Plans God has for me.

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