My expectation of Warrior Training was that in all honesty I thought it was going to be a weekend filled with long seminars on leadership. Warrior training was the direct opposite of what I expected it to be. It was a whole lot of fun and learning. Learning not only about how to be a leader but also about myself, one cannot be a leader when you don’t know things about yourself.
The highlight of Warrior Training was learning about myself and learning that I am a leader to all and not only to those who are younger than me, in rank or otherwise. The activities were also a great part of the training as I learnt how to be a leader and a follower all at the same time.
I felt I changed during Warrior Training in that I’ve become more confident in standing for what I believe in and tackling challenges head-on and the ability to speak and give my suggestions to people in positions I never thought I would be able to. Now after Warrior Training I find I have grown in ways I cannot begin to describe. My spiritual life has only become better as I have learnt to study the Bible to understand it and nothing compares to that. I look at the world and at people in a different light and cannot wait to share my testimony with whoever is willing to listen.
All Christians who are willing to learn about themselves in a way they have never experienced before should attend Warrior Training, as not only will they grow spiritually but they will also learn how to be leaders in all aspects of their lives. The three top benefits that they can expect from Warrior Training are:
Spiritual growth, personal growth and amazing leadership skills.
My parents and siblings have commented on my personal growth (spiritually and otherwise). There is a lot of peace, love, joy and growth with those around me, yes, of course challenges come and go but the matter in which I am able to handle them are different.