One of the things that filled my heart with joy was to see how he brought kids from two different worlds together. This is a picture of two of our kids Luisa and Zé (you may remember Zé from a posting from the last King´s Kids camp). Luisa is from an extremely rich family (her dad is my doctor since I got pregnant, and that´s how she ended up comming when I went for my last check up two days before the camp started) and Zé is from the neighborhood next to the base, which is a slum. They got along like true sibblings!
Notice Jonas´arm! He broke it two days into the camp, but did not refuse his important role as God in one of the skits. He is resilient! He did a great job too!
The next evening we all walked two miles to present at one of the adjacent neighborhoods to the base (called Primavera).
The first half of the presentation no one seemed to notice us or care to stop,
Notice in the picture below, I took this shot just as one of our participants in reaching out to pull the cigarette out of a young man´s mouth.
The next night we walked the other direction to Palmares
To teach the children a different approach to evangelism
We divided the kids into small teams and they went to different homes to wash clothes (by hand as they all do here)...