All Souls in Kenya | Trip Update
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Dear Friends,

We arrived safely back in Chicago on Thursday evening after a lovely interlude in Zürich. Praise God for safe travels! The trip is over, but we still have lots of stories to tell. We hope you won't mind if we keep sharing.

Cultural Celebration at the Secondary School

On our first Thursday at the secondary school, the students put on a Kenyan culture performance. Kenya is home to 42 tribes and the students dressed to represent different tribes. They put on a mini-fashion show, danced and sang to traditional music, and performed spoken word poetry. They were so proud to share their cultural heritage with us and we're excited to share it with you.

Below, you'll see the seventh grade boys performing a traditional Maasai dance. Click on the picture below to watch the video clip. Maasai people are known for their distinctive red clothing. We saw lots of Maasai hearding cattle during our drive out of Nairobi. Can you spot our sponsored student Ryan in the picture?

Our sponsored student Faith is involved in the drama club at KDS. Here she is performing a spoken word poem with a friend. The poem is the story of a girl named Masalena who had the chance to attend Mishkan, the vocational school at KDS.

Here are a couple of dances from the girls' classes. You can see Faith dancing and singing in the second video.
We hope you feel like you've had the chance to journey with us through these pictures and videos of our sponsored kids. We are so proud of them!

Angela Webster
for the Kenya Team
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