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Buenos Aires STINT:

a TAR HEEL in Argentina
I pray that this letter finds you all well and enjoying the New Year! Im excited to share what all God has been doing in my life and in the lives of students in Argentina.

PRAYER REQUESTS -Productivity in planning and prayer in our down time this summer -March-Student Leadership Retreat-good attendance and motivation to reach peers in this year -For God to continue to move in the hearts of Econ students

CORDOBA Two days after Christmas, we boarded an overnight bus headed to the mountains of La Falda, Cordoba, Argentina where our national sta conference was being held. The conference was a great time to rest in the Lord and to meet Campus Crusade sta and their families from all over Argentina as well as to prepare for my favorite part of our time in Cordoba, the national student leadership conference. For the student conference, there were a total of 280 students from all over Argentina (see top photo). These students participated in talks, workshops, and small discussion groups to learn more about what it means to have a heart for those that dont know Jesus on their campus. It was so amazing to see the work that the Lord had done in the hearts of so many of the students who came. They were so

enthused to listen to hear Gods Word and to plan ways that they could reach out to their peers on campus after summer break. VIRGINIA One of my favorite parts of the camp was getting to interact with those students. I met Virginia see photo below-second girl from le#), a medical student from Tucuman, Argentina on one of my rst few days at camp and had the privilege of getting to sit down and talk with her until the afternoon of our evangelism outreach by a public river.! ! ! At the end of the afternoon as we sat and watched the evangelism skit being performed, we chatted about our lives and how we had come to k n o w t h e L o r d . It w a s r e a l l y encouraging to talk to her and to see that she was desiring to live for the Lord and make an impact for Him and the lives of those around her.

She is just one story of the many students that greatly encouraged me at camp. They reminded me that God is faithful and can do incredible things in the lives of students. Leaving camp, I felt renewed in my desire to go on campus and to continue to share with students. It reminded me that I am to continue working in sharing the Gospel with students on campus and that God will, in His time, have a ripe harvest among them and we will get to see many student leaders reaching their campus for Jesus.
Thank you again for your support! I pray that you are encouraged by the work that the Lord is doing in Argentina and are reminded of His faithfulness. -Britt

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Psalm 27:4 One thing I ask from the LORD, this only do I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to gaze on the beauty of the LORD and to seek him in his temple.