At the end of the three weeks, each of the students wrote a paragraph about what they learned and why the English training was important. Here is what Donavine had to say about the teachings:
"For me in these weeks, I improved speaking English very well. And I learned many words like 'doughnuts,' 'sky,' 'evil,' 'watered', and 'birthmark.' My teachers helped me to be confident when I am speaking English. They tried to help me speak English without being nervous; it is great to me. My teachers taught me conjunctions, prepositions, and quotation marks; it facilitates me to make and write good sentences without mistakes in my sentences or letters. I know many things, for example the plural and singular of 'like': 'John likes bananas.' Another is 'John and Angel like bananas.' I know whether to use 's' or not in the sentences. I understand many verbs. For example, 'drink-drank,' visit-visited,' 'play-played,' 'cry-cried.' So this improved my English, as well as when we were talking about the story of Jesus, like the lost son. When we discussed this, it improved by English. There are so many. My conclusion is that it is great to study English for these last three weeks, for I am really appreciative of all the skills and knowledge. Thanks."
Please pray for Donavine and the other students, as they continue to grow in their English fluency, that they may be equipped to do the ministry God has prepared for them.