"How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings Good News, who proclaims peace, who brings glad tidings of good things, who proclaims Salvation…" Isaiah 52:7
Great Commission Camp
Frontline Fellowship begins every year running. Literally. Our Great Commission Camp began on New Year's Day, 1 January, with 76 participants from as far afield as Germany, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe and the United States of America. The Great Commission Camp and Course is an intensive, practical introduction to cross-cultural Missions. We take people out of their comfort zone and place them under pressure, introducing participants to some of the stresses and strains of Missions. We stretch minds and muscles and challenge participants to dig deeper, reach further, climb higher and persevere longer than they would have thought possible.
Putting Feet to Our Faith
Every morning, except Sundays, began with vigorous P.T., Devotions and lectures on a wide range of subjects. Afternoons were packed with practicals, workshops, team building, problem solving, obstacle crossing challenges, or outreaches. The first phase of the Great Commission Course was held in a forestry reserve, in the mountains, near a lake. We were privileged to have three excellent guest speakers, including Don McAlvany, Al Baker, a Presbyterian Missionary from Alabama and George Oesche from KwaSizabantu Mission,