I served with ACMNP for three seasons and each season presented new opportunities that impacted me differently. Each season pulled me out of my comfort zone making it easier for me to share Jesus with others.
In Yellowstone, I took on a leadership role seeing as I was the only seminarian in my group.
I began to learn about leading a ministry group, facilitating, delegating, and working through tough relational team dynamics.
I’m glad I did ACMNP because it was a great way for me to begin getting ministry experience and preparing messages. While there were challenging times, ACMNP pushed me to remember that we are God’s hands and feet. We are representatives for God in this world and people are aware of what we say and how we act. Every time I encountered people who were less than pleasant, it gave me the opportunity to be gracious, patient, kind, and embody Gods’ love. I got to encounter God through this beautiful world that he created!
Brittany M., Yellowstone National Park, 2011
The Lord said, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
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