We were told to do the “head shoulders knees and toes” on top of the high ropes course. I am on the right hand side. You can’t really see in this photo, but the whole structure looks like three crosses (think Golgotha).

We were told to do the “head shoulders knees and toes” on top of the high ropes course. I am on the right hand side. You can’t really see in this photo, but the whole structure looks like three crosses (think Golgotha). – Bryce Knutzen

The ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission program invites ELCA young adults ages 21-29 into a transformative, year-long journey in international service. As they offer themselves in service, ELCA young adults are shaped by the witness of our global neighbors. They share in the journeys of companion churches and organizations in one of nine countries around the world.

A year of service through the Young Adults in Global Mission program invites young adults to become the hands and feet of Jesus in the world, providing critical support to ministries and projects in communities of need. It also invites volunteers into a journey of self-reflection, providing space to consider their sense of identity, God’s work in the world, and their place within it all.

Good Shepherd is blessed to have two young adults, Bryce Knutzen and Ashley Del’Osa serving in YAGM. Both are currently serving in the UK.

Want to learn more? Check out Bryce’s blog at https://bryceknutzen14.wordpress.com/.