In the summer of 2007, Tabitha Taylor, Nicole Scrivener, and Valerie Smith were among the 700 kids who gave up the luxuries of iPods and cell phones to attend The Lord's Boot Camp. At the two-week, no-frills training camp in central Florida, the girls face physical and mental challenges as they prepare to embark on evangelical missions in the U.S. and Africa and spread the word of God.
"The Lord's Boot Camp," a collaboration between CBS News and Loki Films, producers of the Academy Award-nominated documentary "Jesus Camp," follows the three teens as they complete their training and go on evangelical missions here in the U.S. and abroad. ( )
We assembled a panel of students from Staples High School in Westport, Conn., to watch "The Lord's Boot Camp" and to share their reactions. Watch their discussion below.
Meet The Panel
So Firm In Their Beliefs
We Don't Get This