When God called Vashti Wills of 2014 J Squad to a remote village with in the mountains of Thailand, she only went out of obedience. Little did she know he was going to meet her there in a way that would change her life forever.
While in Nepal in February, Naz Hagos of 2015 Q Squad met a man whose story would change her life forever.
Kendra Harris of 2014 K squad is learning how God can use her dreams, desires, and gifts to not only give her joy, but also advance the kingdom on earth.
While in Swaziland, Katy Steele of 2014 K Squad prayed a dangerous prayer - to be more wrecked for the people of this world in the final three months of her Race than she was in the first eight.
Along with the incredible stories, adventures, and lessons learned along the way, Mary Brinen of 2014 G Squad reflects on 7 important skills she learned while on the field.
For Alice Sudlow of 2014 J Squad, the Race has been about learning to walk in the authority given to her as a child of God.
July 2015 RTU Squads left Training Camp on Sunday, after 10 days of camping, team formation, and learning what it means to missionally live and serve as men and women of the kingdom of God. Julia Robertson of T Squad says it best: She's done.
Three years ago, Shannon Marshall of 2014 J Squad learned of human trafficking, wanted to help, and was disappointed when she was told to pray. Now in Chiang Mai, she sees firsthand how prayer is her greatest weapon.