This was my fourth trip to Africa. Each time, I am amazed and grateful for the kids that follow us around and listen over and over again to the Gospel presentation. A lot of times they pray out loud with us. And then they pray out loud again at the next presentation. And the next one and the one after that. I hope that they are sincere in praying to receive Christ. The kids in this picture live in a more upscale neighborhood. Some of the houses actually had a concrete floor. Others had a water pump in their courtyard. I was trying to discreetly take a picture of the boy in the center with the red shirt on. He was rolling his homemade toy along the ground as he walked. I looked closely at the toy. The long handle is a skinny tree branch that's relatively straight. A large, round, plastic lid, maybe from a large paint can or bucket is the wheel. It is attached to the branch with an extremely long nail. You can sort of see the nail sticking out on the left side. Kids in all countries have a way of taking ordinary objects and creating ingenious playthings. As I was trying to show the boy how to stand so that I could get a good picture of his toy, all these other kids came running over and wanted to be in the picture. So, instead of zooming in on the toy, I captured the enthusiasm of the moment! Pray for the kids in Burundi. They are hungry both physically and spiritually. We saw a lot of UN vehicles in and around the city. Saw a huge warehouse that said "World Food Programme" on it, yet we encountered numerous people who told us they were very hungry. It was very sobering.