The ministers visited the Chaplain schools located on the territory of Fort Jackson and Fort Bragg military bases and visited the history museum of the US Chaplaincy. They also had the opportunity to exchange experiences with their American counterparts.
In addition, the project participants visited the Billy Graham Mission. Its representatives have extensive experience in the areas of natural disasters. After the training course, the attendants visited the library museum of Billy Graham.
Several days of the camp were devoted to rest and excursions.
"Fishing in the ocean, skiing on the lake, rare museums and evenings of friendly communication, made this trip an unforgettable one. Returning home, the chaplains who acquired new skills will be able to serve those who need them so much today," noted the organizers.
The third Chaplain camp is planned for May, in the city of Atlanta, Georgia.