Gratitude to Refugees from Africa

By Glenda | July 17, 2017

Amazing African teenagers sang and danced in an event organized to raise money for refugees that Chris and I attended yesterday in Albuquerque. They sang in Swahili and danced with such exuberance that one would never know the hardships they had endured coming to this country, so strange to them, just about 15 months ago on average. Their moved our spirits so much that when, at the end of their performance they invited the audience to come up and dance with them, we did—Chris, Victoria, and I, along with many others. I was reminded again that amidst even the greatest and most discouraging challenges, the possibility exists for us to rejoice, to pray and praise, and to act in service of ongoing, ever-changing life.

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