...that you know?
A: 2 (or possibly just 1 if you dont know sarah)
i kinda feel like i should have something really amazing to say about how different, or scary, or weird it was...but i dont.
i have spent enough days in kibera, and i have left kibera after dark a couple times so that just being there wasnt a big deal
we spent most of the time at nicks place. we were constantly given tea, mandazi, and lots of food for dinner and breakfast. we painted a bed frame at his workshop last night. i still have some of that paint on my hands 2 days later.
it was a bit sobering while walking out of kibera at 8am to see so many kids just squating along the edge of a little hill going to the bathroom.
oh yea, and i get/have to preach on sunday. managed to make it 22 years without ever preaching to even a youth group. now i get a pentecostal african church