From 25 -29 April 2019, we had a Christian camp on YWAM Chiang Mai base. Youth Adventure is a 5-day Christian camp organised by YWAM Chiang Mai. This year is the second year they have run this camp. I usually refer to it as a mini DTS (Discipleship Training School) because it actually feels like a 6-month DTS course crammed into 5 days’ time. The first three days of the camp is what I call lecture phase in which the participating youths will get to learn from our very special guest speakers who will give lectures on different topics such as hearing God’s voice, building good relationships, and finding one’s identity. They’ll also get to participate in various informative workshops organised by YWAM CM staff such as evangelism and worship and prayer. And for the next 2 days, the participating youths will be sent out to different locations in Chiang Mai to reach out to the local communities, work alongside with the local churches, share the Gospel, pray for the sick, go from family to family and distribute Bibles. Ping and I got to lead a group of the 10 youths during the camp. We spent most of the time together worshipping and reading the Bible together. Many of them were set free and it’s such a joy to see them grow into a much deeper relationship with the Lord. We made so many great memories together. It’s like everybody came to camp with a burden or some sort of sadness and because we are family we help one another carry it together and that burden seems much lighter. I learnt to live in the moment because every second that went by was so precious. I learnt to enjoy every second that goes by. I was able to laugh again. I learnt to care for others and love others the way I never did before. On our last night the kids and I sat in a circle on basketball court on campus talking about their impressions or feelings towards the camp. Suddenly, one boy broke out crying, venting to us. His parents are alcoholics and drug addicts and he does not feel welcomed or loved at home. One girl started to cry out too and said she did not want to go home who I found out later that her mother is a drug addict. We all the whole group burst out in tears hugging and praying for one another. I cried and hugged the boy tightly and I felt sad and desperate because I did not know how to help him except hugging him, encouraging and pray for him. I am so happy that the kids feel a sense of belonging and family and that they have a much deeper and more intimate relationship with God. I’m so grateful to God that I got to live my life to the fullest in such a short period of time. It completely changed my life in a way that when I go out in the world and look around, the world is still the same but I’m totally different and that feeling will linger for months, years, more likely for the rest of my life!I have experienced so much of God’s healing over a lots of the kids including myself; however, I am still in a process and only God who can help me deal with some areas of my life that I have not overcome. I feel like God is calling me to do full time ministry now.And only in that I find my meaning and purpose in life. YWAM Chiang Mai will be running another DTS school next month and God is calling me to step up in faith to walk with him in this new season. I am raising fund for my school fees and outreach. I need 500 US dollars for my school fees and my ministry work. I want to reach out to Thai youths and help them grow deeper in God and develop a heart for evangelism. Please pray for me as I continue to serve our living God and experience His healing over my mind and body. If you feel like partnering with me and experience lots and lots of wonderful, amazing things God is going to do in and through my life, feel free contact me with any questions you might have. Thank you very much for your time. God bless you!