Jasmine Lee of Auckland, New Zealand, is one of the international students participating in the YWAM Discipleship Training School. Between her and international student Olav Sorheim from Sogndal, Norway, are photos of all current participants in the program. Staff member Skyler Perry (far right) has made a two-year commitment to the program working in various capacities including community outreach.
Jasmine Lee of Auckland, New Zealand, is one of the international students participating in the YWAM Discipleship Training School. Between her and international student Olav Sorheim from Sogndal, Norway, are photos of all current participants in the program. Staff member Skyler Perry (far right) has made a two-year commitment to the program working in various capacities including community outreach. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star
Jasmine Lee of Auckland, New Zealand, is one of the international students participating in the YWAM Discipleship Training School. Between her and international student Olav Sorheim from Sogndal, Norway, are photos of all current participants in the program. Staff member Skyler Perry (far right) has made a two-year commitment to the program working in various capacities including community outreach. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star

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