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May 25, 2021 5:12 pm
Bruce Wolff is the Executive Director of Brigade Air and he joins me to discuss his journey into missionary aviation as well as Brigade's INCREDIBLE Aviation Summer Camps for kids 13-18!
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No sacred call Steve now 86 34 through 866-34-TRUTH or checking out online, Steve Noble Joe.com now here's your host mobile okay, and for today's topic and a great app for children or grandchildren a great opportunity but I want to take a circuitous route to get there. Okay so earlier today I went to have a barbecue at my favorite barbecue restaurant, which of course prime barbecue the best brisket on planet Earth. So I'm there with my buddy Bill Mann and Bill man is a retired attorney recovering attorney so he's got a Tesla S which is like the dual motor really fast Tesla right so I've never driven on. So we decided to go for a drive and I think of 0 to 60 in about 3.5 seconds.
It's a rocketship but you can't hear right so that weird thing about is you take off in this thing. It is just crazy to drive it and you don't have some engine noise only screaming engine noise but were out of the kind of an empty road when we did this so safe in spine. No big deal, but I didn't think was I was driving relative today's shell because of my friend Alan Hahn and iron Academy had introduced me to Bruce Wolf is the Executive Director brigade air which are to find out about here in a second and Bruce you sent me a video called 1 billion roadless people I had never really thought in terms we talk about the 1040 window. We talk about people that haven't ever really heard the gospel and there's no real gospel presence sees me no church presence in Canada 1040 Windows that particular part of planet Earth as you wrap around the planet. But I never really thought about people that were unreachable because there's no roads there and I've been to a couple of rough places around the world, but there were roads, but this one watching this video about the need for missionary that's in, what a missionary pilot can do to be a part of the spread of the gospel in the building of the kingdom.
I think that that's a lot of people that are not no access to roads and we drive around in America.
Actually Bruce when I was in Kenya one time out in the bush. We were driving around and the roads kind" roads in it with their horrible rights are terrible so I was trying to describe to our to our driver that in America, I said you'd understand how big America is so can is about the size of Texas and there's Americas yet. You understand that yes okay so from the East Coast to the West Coast. Yes, so you can drive from the East Coast of the West Coast and never leave a road that's essentially for you, especially as smooth as glass, and he literally could not comprehend that kind of luxury yet here we are in this video, which I'll share on Facebook live 1 billion roadless people, which is really fascinating and powerful way to consider the need for missionary pilots as part of the bill. The building of the kingdom, but to Bruce what Wolf great to have you in here. How are you doing great great beers do that was a really why roundabout way started late today. Yes, I'm sure you were so it's great to have you here. Thank you to Alan Hahn for introducing me to Bruce and so were to talk about brigade air and missionary pilots and everything going on there. But you're a little bit north of 30 so you been in this world.
How long how long have you been in the missionary pilot world three years, but I'm not north of 3M 60 right right well I mean I'm trying to be as kind as I can. So what was the route like what came first for you Bruce. Was it faith in Jesus Christ wasn't an interest in aviation. How did these things can end up in the same in the same pot. Great question. My dad was a missionary amongst other things. She was in the Navy. Prior to that, and part of my growing up years was in Nigeria came to Christ at the age of seven under my dad's ministry. Let me to Jesus walked on. What I wasn't really sure what I was always going be taken by my yeah but that was a step of faith.
At the age of seven and it just happens. When I look back at how the Lord was leaving all of this together a sermon. I remember my father preaching is a chart.
In fact, I got his old sermon book from the 60s included a quote by a gentleman named Jim Elliott.
You he is no fool who gives up what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose. Famous and infamous OSHA time as he was martyred back in 1956 down in Ecuador.
My father in the 60s was preaching as this missionary in Nigeria and he spoke on that event once, and I remembered I've actually got a sermon book with those notes so many years later that's woven into my life. We we can talk about how I'm at his widow, Elizabeth, how you Elizabeth reality while King's College back in 1977 and she had a tremendous impact on me. When she spoke the Bible conference. So when you are in college their kings in New York were you thinking of a future in church work or missionary work at Rita's thinking about future and greenbacks in business a. How did you can end up down this road home and we only have an hour right okay okay King's College order approach Bruce Jinks sugar sugar for college for me was sorting between two very different issues in my life. We moved 27 times in 20 years. Holy cow born in Greenville, South Carolina.
Both parents from New York City. I didn't know who I was or where I was when you move that often you don't have neighborhood friends… Constant move always the new kid always a fresh piece of meat thrown into the lounge that at Kings in that conversation for several evenings while Betty Elliott was there was was a keystone event for me because I had to realize what God was leading me to do had nothing to do with the angst and the stress on our family for all those years and all those moves in.
I didn't go into detail about our circumstances that we left Nigeria was the often wore yellow more, and there were two attempts on my father's life in the last three months that we lived in Villegas and the coup d'état happened, there were 21 heads of state, including the Prime Minister was shot in like DOS just blocks from where we lived and so all of that rubble.
I had to separate from what was God saying and how did our family live and who was my dad and you family all those things are to get separated so once I realize that God was saying you I can use you, and in fact not only can this is what I framed you for once I began to embrace that all the other stuff settled like DOS, so no one about aviation never even dreamed of it until I met a gentleman at a missions conference wind ahead. I'm married living in Wilmington, Delaware. I graduated from King's College up in New York I was working in industry. I was an estimator and designer for a couple of electrical contractors and during that missions conference met a rep from jars, jungle aviation and radio service down here in Waxhaw. See you guys like you should think about it.
Wow. How about that Jan, that's obviously where it started and it hasn't stopped ever talking to Bruce Wolf, Executive Director brigade air. Such a cool story and a powerful story but a story that might be part of your son's life your daughter's life transcend grandchild, maybe even you will talk about that we come back right after this back to Steve Noble to Steve Noble show talking about military no talking about government.
No talking about COBIT note what we could. Below are not going to talk about Joe Biden. Note talking about the economy.
Note talk about something that probably isn't on many of your radar screens and something that we rarely think about which is missionary aviation. How do you get the gospel to places where there are no roads.
I mentioned that earlier 1 billion roadless people want to put that link up to spot a six minute video on MEL and I want you to watch that sometime today this afternoon or this evening and then I think it's really going to make it crystal clear for you to understand that there's a great need for this in the body of Christ as are so many places around the world. Most of them aren't like the way you and I live we have roads everywhere. We have transportation everywhere is no big deal I got 47 different version of the Bible my iPhone that's my hand right there. I don't even think about it, but in a lot of parts of the world in a billion people weren't there roadless really can't get on the how you get to your flight one flies the airplane's and so that's why were talking to Bruce Wolf today is the Executive Director brigade Arabic, learning about his journey into that world and the will talk about some opportunities coming up really just in the next few weeks for your sons and daughters, grandsons, granddaughters to to go get a taste of this really an awesome opportunity for you to talk about that as well so missionary kid 2027 places you said you had lived. Is that right 27th family was in 27 places moving in and King's College in like a lot of pastors kids missionary kids last thing you're going to do is any missionary work skunk code given in the regular world and make money and have a normal life. Elizabeth Elliott started to Kennedy to her that plan. When you're in college and then another gentleman who you are starting to talk about with jars and that eventually would lead you moody but but remind us who he is and then will keep going down that road, Bob Griffin was supported by the church we were attending in Delaware and we met them during missions conference and he took special interest in her family and shared quite a bit of his story.
At the end of that week of encouraging and sharing Scripture and praying over all of this. He said you know I was working in industry. The moment that he spoke to me, but he said Bruce really need to consider serving the Lord in this way, I think your skills would be best used. If you went back to school and curse were back-to-school, but I did quit the job and we moved to Tennessee were moody aviation was located and went back there from 87 to 90 already had two kids was 30 when I graduated from there. So, circuitous route number one. But back to the question you had about transportation and how does it get in there.
The history major in me from King's College days loves this bit of this little story. There was this guy named Paul who showed up on the scene in the New Testament notice only after the Roman road system had been built yeah that's how the gospel got around the Mediterranean. That's how in God's omniscient sense of timing that he sent the greatest missionary who ever lived to take the gospel and plant those churches. He couldn't do it without a road right exactly and nothing's changed in that department. We think all high-tech what we can do beam the gospel still communicated by person that comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God.
So the airplane kind of is the modern court" road when you can't wait for a country, a small one an underdeveloped one to developing an infrastructure right build roads and highways in and running water and electricity. It's going to be a while yet to be lower.
You can cut short runway out of jungle or out of an area area and bring about more anymore. Sorry.
You can cut a small airstrip and and become the link to the civilized world. So when you finished it moody and then did you just jump in the cockpit. What get going, know all there was. Like I said a few years of paying off debt and then raising support to go out with the mission sending agency. In our case we want it moving to Tucson and I served with United Indian mission there. Flying in and out of Mexico for six or seven years and in how many different missionary organizations around the world that aviation organizations that that are involved in the mission will depending on how you slice and dice it, there generally speaking there's about 40 to 50 organizations that would use a trained pilot to do this work out of those 40 or 5030 to 40. There are very small. Yeah 3 to 5 of them are pretty big and they go back as far as 1946, 1940 so moody aviation. For instance, was premier training place for many many years was started in 1946 jars I mentioned earlier is right here in North Carolina is the IT transportation communications for Wycliffe Bible translators and they been around since 48 so there kind of backyard to you and me yeah lot history there were talking to Bruce Wolf from brigade air. By the way the website is brigade air.org get BRI GAD brigade air.work and talk about some summer camps coming up real soon, so if you have sons and daughters, grandsons, granddaughters, again want to especially pay attention. This is really a cool opportunity to scan a dip your foot for them to get their foot in the water in when you got into it and started to get out there flying in the Mexico how many different countries and in types of situations have you flown into over all these through three decades. Well, the time with you. I am was as a set six or seven years that we were based in Tucson and that's where that mission operated was in the Sierra Madre's mountains Mexico so that's where most of my missions flying place. The camp program.
We started right on the heels of that, so brigade air is been around for 21 years now and so brigade air has had 168 weeklong camps in 21 states and six foreign countries in the last 21 years, but the flying is his first the piloting side of things is pretty boring basic with kids and keep them safe and I will say after about 4000 kids. We've never had an accident and injury scratched paint or a bruised knee.
Praise the Lord well and in flying Cessna 152's and whatever else you want to fly don't fit number 57 so that's aviation it's not it's not you know United Airlines you feel the air you see what's going on your right there.
It's very engaging is better than any videogame you could ever play Oxfam or when I start applying to college and it was it wasn't what I was expecting because what you're used to. The 737 or whatever which is basically big bus but not you get into a small aircraft and now you're you're really can experience flight but in terms of what that's like when you get into it as a career.
I would imagine this is pretty much the use for missionary pilots is to get the tough to reach places and essentially right well it's it's the mail run yeah it's getting fresh meat and when you don't have good refrigeration transportation it's it's the hospital run when somebody gets hurt becomes the crucial link.
It's the lifesaving thing you need if you're going to go into a place like that.
So when we think missionary pilots. I think a lot of times we first hear that where they can all well to bring in Bibles and their bringing gospel preaching missionaries, but I guess we should broaden our thinking and think a little bit more in terms of wealth were well known Samaritan's purse and cell sure missionary pilots are there like you said bringing ago, bringing resources and blessings in all different types of forms to people otherwise could be certain. It sounds like right it's the IT because that's a spinoff information technology its communications and transportation. Without those you can't do anything yeah so how do you do that in a Third World setting, and that the title from that introductory video far too much before 1 billion roadless people isn't just a made-up term.
There actually was a study done some years ago now paid for by the whole trust in Colorado Springs and that was what they came up with by the year 2030 that this world would have one billion roses people yell when you get to do about it. Well, 1 Good Way to handle that is the fly in their own ask about that. With this in aviation stories and when you start talking about these camps are really an awesome opportunity for Steve Noble Bruce Wolf will be right back to back and Steve Noble to Steve Noble so I really want to watch it yell. I watch that couple days ago 1 billion roadless will how to get to Molly pretty much getting aircraft were talking Wolf today is Executive Director brigade air that's brigade air.org that's the website were to start talking about their aviation adventure camps that are coming up this summer for ages.
Is it what is it 14 to 17 Bruce is that right church 1813, 18, okay. So, really, really cool is somebody that learn how to fly when I was in college. This is a great opportunity to experience something that most people don't experience but there's a lot more to these camps than just aviation in terms of unlocking Bruce and I were just talking out there unlocking just a sense of adventure in your son or your daughter, your grandson, your granddaughter or any of us really the Christian life should be anything but boring. And once you understand that you were made with certain gifts and you look for certain opportunities God will use that to get you yes on the altar and step back and get ready because it will become a very interesting life and whether it's aviation or something else were to talk about that what happens camps but I wanted to bug you about some of your own aviation story. Some missionary stories of when you're a kid because you have the mission field for a long time pretty much all childhood but but specific to the missionary aviation. What are some stories that you probably told ad nausea Bruce or maybe one that you haven't that you could share because I wanted to get up flavor for what that's like and sometimes for some people are probably freaking outgoing lawyer going into the supers short strips and I think I've seen things on YouTube are these pilots could barely land and then all that kind of stuff and then the thinking of Jim Elliott and the Aqua Indians and people are throwing spears at you out which I'm sure some wild things happen. Most the time it probably isn't like that but what are some things that you look back on fondly from your experience will no spears that's that's one of them thrown still. Tomorrow there's some who wanted to assure that see about the pig that fell out of the aircraft pod at about $5000 to kick the door open, really, that so the pig didn't make soup that not village so yeah that would be an interesting experience for the people that were the recipients of the pick at 5000 feet just so that that that marvelous would that be a thud. I splash or it's blue's well it was Sierra Madre's are pretty rocky, so nasty, how did you know it at the time. Well, there's a lot of noise down there and also there wasn't a pilot on the put the pig in a burlap sack will boy why were you carrying a pick, that was part of the cargo part of the cargo get the folks from village data village be so, but I know Alan asked about you know pilot stirs much of this you focus on training yes to overt those situations which you plan for your life is a pilot and hope never have hope in the event help draft plan for the worst and so the only one of those I had to tell was really a focus. Not about the incident but there was there was a fuel system malfunction with assessment 206 I was flying and thankfully it was on the way back from Mexico I was going back into Tucson and when the malfunction occurred.
I lost thrust on the engine as I was passing over the top of Tucson international Airport and after flying from south of El Paso and it was at training at Moody.
At that moment. It's true everything that you about the things you learn first.
You learn fast. Also, let's make sure you learn the right well yes and the responses it really felt natural and and so it's called a dead stick landing and you and thankfully there wasn't a lot of glide your airplane. Still, the gliders you training yourself doesn't drop you just going to do something sooner than you're playing on you for booking. He beat up anyone uneventful landing and nobody was hurt.
Losses anything like that.
What about from it from a spiritual perspective what has been how that affected your walk with Christ or how do you look at the kingdom and your role in it through that lens of being in an aviation world for all these years. Funny invention, but our curriculum actually for that. There's a mentoring curriculum a mentoring curriculum that brigade or uses with use. We we like to look at our approach to exposing kids to this kind of ministry and challenging them is the way you look at different tools in a kitchen every most kitchens have a crockpot and a microwave chair very different approaches to cooking one is low temp over long time. Takes a while. The other one is high-energy short period of time a lot going on uses a lot of power to do it.
So our week long camp program is the microwave. The mentoring curriculum is the crockpot and that mentoring curriculum is actually all aviation anecdotes and that's how we get the message across. For instance, the first one in here called me the forces be with you know that date you if you ever watch well look around the studio.
Did you happen to notice the big Star Wars poster there. Sorry things on the wall in my shelves, restart, I've never gone that far yet.
I'm noticing that media forces be with you right away that got my attention at what makes an airplane line so we go through for basic instruction of thrust gravity drag and lift and in spiritual flight search. It's like for forces as well. I mean, hope is a lot like lift makes you able to rise above sin is like weight that pulls you down face is like thrust that keeps you moving forward and doubt is like drag but slows you down to hold you back. In the interplay of those forces really determine how today's going to go and how the little that's is really a discipleship curriculum sure does, but it's in that in the in the language of aviation. Yeah, I figured them all those years I grew up around church and missions in an know how many times I went to youth groups in Sunday school classes. I just wish I didn't have to to you I thought you know so much is done inadvertently.
I think with training materials in the church today that it doesn't address the tooth things.
I call the want to do in the have to do. What if you put them together and integrated. For instance, youth group oftentimes will get together and civil would be good to have a pizza party or ring to build a birdhouse or whatever the activity is. I then before you leave, you gotta do the study on first John. And so it's almost like take your vitamins yeah you know that you foresee that to you because the thing you really came for you was was the fun thing to check out the girls if you're a guy yeah so what about a case and then and then you have to stick around for that Bible study will why do we do that to her kids sweeter than honey and the honeycomb is the way David talks about the word, why don't we build a hunger and thirst in our kids for that and one way to do it is. Don't separate it from real life right so you're gonna write anecdotes to put it right and that's what Jesus did with parables absolutely error seed, soil, water, you know basic connect concepts to everyone around them.
So we tried to do that here with the curriculum. So that's one side. That's our crockpot.
In the course the camp when you can't start we form brigade air. Originally we were a a new division of Christian service brigade which was much older organization founded in 1937 in Wheaton, Illinois and is, as the new division of CSB ministries. I wrote the curriculum during that first year. So our first camps were in 2001. It took a year to write the curriculum and to set up the first summer and in that first summer, we had five camps I had to run the mall and that's where I felt the Lord had really made a big mistake. Different camps different food different aircraft different weather patterns different five weeks in a row during one summer was almost told you so but by the next summer we grew to 11 of which I only had to run three and by year three, we had 15 of these camps and I only ran one and that was through the partnerships we were developing with organs other organizations who were volunteering there.
Leadership, their pilots or planes and what was the goal from the get-go organist are camp at summer camp when we camp for the youngsters to get them out here because we want to do what exposure and familiarization flights with the goal of challenging and inspiring. These young people to wake up to a world that's out there, but they can't see it behind the technology from behind the let's call it you know Candyland yeah you're in a bigger, better faceted Iron Curtain, exactly.
So you just can't see it out there, but it's been going on for a long time so it's to expose to educate the challenge to inspire well you know how many dads have told me of the last 20 years if they had a camp like this when they were younger when they were young, right yeah so now how do we get that opportunity in front of their kids today. Recruitment for missions. Aviation is an uphill climb. Always has been. Early in the earlier and in the roots of missions aviation enterprise and the let's say 40s 50s and 60s. You could see clearly. There were two sources of recruitment that were commonly used. One was military after World War II. We had a lot of training pilot looking for somewhere to go, and over time you had guys who were retiring gals or retiring of the airlines and so was kind of picking low hanging fruit from those two sources eventually due to the rent reduction in forces a lot of things have happened over the years change in the character the airline and they've all gone to a hub mentality suite. You don't see that guy in the 60s with you know the same time that the silverware and there is just one out.
Yeah those kind of salaries and like so we gotta do something different now. So this is an effort to start with them at a young age, and plant seed yeah and grow the great idea were to talk about that, what actually happened that these camps can do nothing. Both of the camp. What is a look like throughout that week and I as a parent.
Of course we'll talk about safety. That's a big deal but when you're in the world of aviation safety comes first on the time anyway self. That's all a part of the talk about that with Bruce Wolf brigade air when we come back greatly with you today. By the way yesterday. If you are on and out a little bit showing an unfaithful wife. Everything went bonkers. I was playing six minutes from a recent 60 minutes broadcast which I was yesterday show is like for shocking stories and I was one of them. That was about people that had gone down the road of transitioning gender transition so-called and then had regretted it and came back from it and it was a shocking story and on 60 minutes, but I got a note through Facebook from CBS that that was some like a copyright violation. So my first assumption was well it's Facebook and I'm I'm up outspoken Christian is a conservative with a platform. Yada yada. But it was allegedly a copyright problem. So that's what was going to does the Raven for whatever but I just wanted let you know that's what happened yesterday. It's obvious he not a big deal today as were talking to Bruce Wolf from executive is the executive director of brigade air any copyright violations during the show that you're aware of our neighbors are we good still on.
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Let's helpless or talking about a missionary aviation but specifically now turning towards these camps coming up that this camp schedule which is in June and July, as well as in August in three different opportunities there and just something that's completely out of the box, because I was mentioning brace off the air that you know for homeschoolers for evangelicals, summer camps, normal thing but are summer camps are normal.
There the normal Christian summer camps right there's a lot of games a lot of fun and intense preaching and environment at night and in people making professions of faith and baptism and all I can stuff but they're not climbing in planes not getting exposed to something like this is a totally different way to spend the summer camp. So, unpack for us. What happens at these and there's three different opportunities coming up and then here in the Triangle area. Actually, there is some wagon train action going on in terms of the ability to get there as well because these are ones in Ohio right in Leesburg, Ohio, and where the other two. Well, that's the first one is June 28 to July 3 in Millersburg Ohio in the camp that we partner with to do the program. There is Skyview Rancho Galesburg/the second one is up in Presque Isle, Maine, and that's another can have a is a park. Oh well, this time a year yeah yeah January, but you know any further north or any further Eastern Canada so I'll that's ill. It's the corner of the United States and that was July for week that one starts in the third one which is already filled is set down with jars jungle aviation radio services. The open acronym under the IT and transportation communications for Wycliffe Bible trend yeah that's so cool, so writer wax North Carolina access, just south of Charlotte so that when it is in August and it's already full.
So were pushing for interest in the Skyview Ranch program which comes at the end of June. Just a month from now, but just to say one thing I learned how abnormal this is because worship service brigade where we started. Actually had a program from the 40s and 50s called the Airman trail and that was one of the magnets. It brought us together, disable, one we resurrect that and bring it back and that's what the reason brigade air really was all about was bring aviation back into that but of course the society has changed the cost of aviation is gone for a roof to litigiousness every time somebody does something so you become a moving target blah blah blah.
But you know what my God said in Psalm four verse eight for you alone. Lord caused me to dwell in safety. So if I'll do my part as a pilot, but that doesn't remove you having to trust God to fill in everything else and so that's why say and in 20 years and 160 of these camp weeks with volunteer pilots loaned aircraft and several thousand kids through the program and yes successful recruits on the mission field. Now, without an incident or accident. That's what God can do. Yeah so cool 01 and in Skyview. First of all, aviation is kind of the public course knows how expensive is only know it's going up.
If you determine camp for kids. What I would call a rich kid sport.
Yeah most of that one would think so. So you have the EAA Young Eagles camp.
For instance, up in Oshkosh you're still looking at two to $3000 on every Riddle University has another program is a two week program and that once 5 to 6 the holy moly so we talk about brigade air camp being $650 for the one here in Carolina.
I do want to know how it's because it's so heavily subsidized and gifts in kind donations of aircraft and people who work for free at center to the service we just pass that right under the kids, and that's our goal is to try to keep the cost is low as possible to make it is a very mellow now possible to as wide of an audience as well as it yet with all the aviation there that I mean that that that price is remarkable. I mean, when you look at Allen's in the three grant five grant six ran for week or two because I understand aviation like yeah that makes sense. 650 bucks for a week of aviation camp doesn't make any sense, but like you said, you know it works is because it's underwritten a lot, underwritten, and maybe I get paid.
Maybe I don't like a missionary, life out to me. I understand that self tells what happens during the week and how much air time and again to get in and exposure to the actual aircraft game here.
Good question. They fly every day, weather permitting, five-day for a five day camp. Let's just be clear about one thing, we are not offering flight instruction through the brigade air program familiarization and exposure flying. It's similar to what Young Eagles does with first camper flight only the kids get to do several during the week they will rotate from front to back seat on those flights, one time will be upfront and have the opportunity put their hand and prosody are aligned with the pocket in the right seat and when they're in the backseat. They can bring a camera and watch the front white knuckle and try to do FaceTime Liber Instagram I wanted no phones go now really phones that praise the Lord don't even say mouth off the no cell phones at brigade or can also will check the men told her we can't we can't do this and how many kids are typically at a camp like this one. The one coming up June 28 of July 3 right Ohio how many kids are they ARE 24 ALL YES ON THE SITE LITTLE GROUP. IT IS A TIGHT GROUP SO THERE'S TYPICALLY TWO AIRCRAFT 12 TO 24 CAMPERS AND THREE PILOT MENTORS THAT WILL SPELL EACH OTHER BETWEEN FLIGHTS AGAIN AROUND SCHOOL SO THAT'S GOING ON SIMULTANEOUSLY OR IT DOESN'T. AGAIN, DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS AN AVIATION SHORT-CIRCUIT ARRANGEMENT EXPOSURE. IT IS, BUT THEY'RE GETTING AERODYNAMICS THEY'RE GETTING AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER GETTING PHYSIOLOGY THEY'RE GETTING ALL OF THE BASICS THAT YOU WOULD BE EXPOSED TO COURSE MUCH DEEPER LEVEL. IF YOU HAVE TO GO FOR TRAINING SO YEAH I NOW THIS INFORMATION. BY THE WAY BRIGADE AIR.ORG IS THE WEBSITE BRIGADE AIR.ORG AND THEN IT'S A BUTTON RIGHT AT THE TOP HALF OF THE CAMPS IN THE CAMPERS AND PUT THE LINK UP ON FACEBOOK LIFE RIGHT NOW CASEY CAN GET IT THROUGH THERE OR JUST GO TO THE WEBSITE WHICH IS EVEN EASIER.
THAT'S JUST BRIGADE AIR.ORG AND RIGHT AT THE TOP YOU'LL SEE WHERE YOU CANNOT CLICK THE BUTTON AND STARTED THIS INFORMATION AND THEN HOW YOU CAN WORK THE DISCIPLESHIP ANGLE AND ALL OF THIS WILL AGAIN BE THE MENTORING, CURRICULUM ISSUES PLUS WE HAVE ALL THE CAMPS HAVE EXPERIENCED MISSIONARY PART WAS THERE TELLING STORIES FROM THE OLD LOT OF VIDEO MATERIAL WE'VE BEEN GIVEN A LOT OF THAT IN FROM OTHER SISTER ORGANIZATIONS OVER THE YEARS AND SO THE KIDS WATCH A VIDEO THEY'RE GETTING GROUND TIME PLUS NOW IT SKYVIEW. IT'S NOT ALL AVIATION BECAUSE WHEN THE FLYING DAY IS DONE. WE GO BACK TO THE CAMP PROPER WERE OUT OF THE AIRPORT DURING THE DAY AND TAKE LUNCH WITH US THERE. GO BACK AND THEY MATRICULATE INTO THE NORMAL ACTIVITIES IN SKYVIEW'S GOT A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF THINGS GOING ON FROM HORSEBACK RIDING YEAH TO THE ZIP LINE AND HOW HE ACTUALLY GOT ALL THAT KIND OF SUMMER CAMP STEP THAT'S COOL FOR THE BOTH AND THEN WHEN WHEN IT STUDENTS THAT GO THROUGH THAT IF THEY HAVE AN INTEREST IN IT AS A CAREER THAT LOOK LIKE UNDERGRADS THAT GO TO AN AVIATION SCHOOL OR WHAT IS THAT PATH LOOK LIKE WELL WRITTEN ARTICLE HERE TODAY AND WE KNOW THAT ONE UP ON THE WEBSITE TO PUT THIS IS A PUBLICATION FROM JURORS ABOUT ONE OF OUR RECRUITS YOUNG LADY NAME ANNIE KATE WAS A CAMPER BACK IN 2012. SHE WAS 17 YEARS OLD AND IT IT CHANGED HER LIFE AND SHE WENT FOR TRAINING AT LOUISIANA TECH GOT ALL OF HER RATINGS.
SHE WAS BUILDING TIME. NOW SHE'S A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR IN 2019. WE BROUGHT HER BACK TO THE PROGRAM AT JARS AND SHE WAS ONE OF HER INSTRUCTOR TONSILS OUT SO SHE IS NOW NECKDEEP INTO THE APPLICATION PROCESS AND PREPARING TO GO WITH JARS OVERSEAS.
SHE'S ALREADY DONE A VISION TRIP WITH JARS. REMEMBER, IT WAS TO INDONESIA, POSSIBLY OR MAYBE THE PHILIPPINES BUT THAT'S FOR A FOUR ENGINE STORES SO THAT THE KIDS ARE SURVEYED AT EACH ONE OF OUR CAMPS AND THAT DATA THEN IS MILLED AND SHARED WITH OUR PARTNERS COURSE WITH THE PARENTS PERMISSION. AND SO IT'S IT'S AN EARLY RECRUITMENT ATTEMPT AND THEN THE PARTNER ORGANIZATION TAKES OVER THE FOLLOW-UP CONTACT WITH THOSE CAMPERS AND HOLDS THEIR HAND THROUGH THE WHOLE TRAINING PROCESS AND THEN YOU MENTION IS FOREKNOWN TO MAKE SURE WE MENTION THIS AGAIN IN TERMS OF WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE CAMP IN THE SUMMER TIME IS ALSO JUST GETTING THEM TO OPEN UP THEIR MINDS ABOUT HOW THE LORD MAY WANT TO USE THEM IN THE FUTURE AND HOW YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH THAT.
WELL, AGAIN, THE ANECDOTE MATERIAL AND AND IN THE IN THE CURRICULUM THAT WE USE ITS IT'S AIMED AT TEEN APPROPRIATE ISSUES AND TAKING THE WORD OF GOD AND OVERLAYING IT.
LIKE I SAID BEFORE CHILDREN RIGHT INTO IT. SO THE CHALLENGES THERE THE CHALLENGES IN THE REAL STORIES AND THE VIDEOS FROM THE MISSION FIELD. VERY CHALLENGING STUFF THAT LIFE-THREATENING AND SOME CARE YES AND AN END YET LOOKING AT THE GOD WHO TAKES US THROUGH THESE EXPERIENCES AND WHAT IS HE TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH IN OUR LIVES. NONE OF US ARE LEFT THE WAY WE WERE AFTER WE COME TO CHRIST SO LISTENING TO GOD'S VOICE AND REALIZE THAT HE MADE YOUR YOUNG PERSON WITH INTENT IN MIND ALREADY IN AIRCRAFT DESIGN WE CALL IT DESIGN INTENT. YEAH. SO WE KIND OF USE THAT HELLO DOCUMENTS TO KNOCK KNOCK AT THE LAND NOW IN TRANSPORTATION. WE DIDN'T TALK ABOUT THAT, WHAT'S THE DEAL HERE IN THE TRIANGLE AREA.
YUP, THERE'S A VAN GOING FROM IRON ACADEMY WILL BE TAKEN UP OF BAND LOAD ON THE 27TH, THE DAY BEFORE SO THAT'S A 500 MILE DRIVE TOP IF PARENTS ARE INTERESTED IN. YES, THAT'S A GREAT IDEA AND THAT ONE'S JUNE 28 TO JULY 3 THAT THE SKYVIEW RANCH IN MILLERSBURG, OHIO, GET ALL THE DETAILS IN THE HOME TO THE firstname.lastname@example.org brigade air.org and click on the link that the camps in campers and all that Masons in their and that Bruce is great having you on today. Thanks for sharing this great opportunity cost. Thanks so much. You very welcome. Hope to see again and is a guy that used to jump in the cockpit, I can't recommend it strongly enough. It really is a great way to experience something got it done will never get this. See note on the Noblesville gobbling up another program powered by the Truth Network