I’m sitting in a small café taken aback by the thought that there are only about three weeks left of this internship experience for me. Our team is back together in Wrocław (pronounced vrotz-wahv) after splitting up to do two different camps. I got to spend the week in the small village of Suszec (pronounced sue-shetz). Our week consisted of doing one hour long workshops where our choir learned four songs, as well as leading worship for our evening programs and helping in English classes. I was paired with a beginner English class that I had the pleasure of working with for the week. When I think about my experience with the students in this village, it was amazing to see a group of students who were very reserved at the beginning of the week come alive as they participated in classes, workshops, theme nights, and our day trip where students were given the choice to either bike or kayak. I had the privilege of being hosted by our camp director who is an absolutely remarkable 21-year-old girl that I greatly admire and we quickly became friends. There were also several other young people from this community that I came to admire greatly as I see their potential for leadership one day. By the end of the week, I was tremendously proud of the Fusion students after our performance at the closing ceremonies of our camp. If you ask me where God was in this week, I saw him in the faith of all the young polish leaders who gave up their week to serve with us. I saw God in conversations had with my hosts as well as with other people from the American team we served with. I saw God in my interactions with the students as we went about the day, and was left in awe on the night we shared the Gospel and students responded after a time of worship that was one of my favorites thus far on this internship. The God we serve is truly faithful and mighty. I’m thankful for all the Fusion students who made this week something I will remember forever, and I am left in awe as I see God’s plan unfolding in this community.
Jesus seeker, music maker, thats all you need to know.