April 13, 2014

Palm Sunday, Zambia style

Drayton 2014 HANDS Team:

Today was interesting. Usually, in CRC circles, our Palm Sunday service involves Sunday School kids waving palm branches as they leave for their classes. Today, WE all walked to the Lundazi prison for a community Palm Sunday walk. C.C.A.P., along with 5 other local churches walked a few kilometers into town, waving palm branches and singing what I assume were Palm Sunday hymns in that distinctive african harmony. It was pretty neat being in the middle of it all worshipping & praising God with other christians on the other side of the world. Afterwards, we went on ANOTHER walk to an honest to goodness castle in town. It was built by the english years ago when Zambia was an english colony. Once we get to a reliable (and fast) internet connection, we will be uploading pictures for this and all of the other posts here.


Doug and Sandy
Apr 13, 2014 at 7:02 pm

We enjoy reading your blog!! What life changing experiences you all are having, looking forward to seeing your pictures.

Prayers are with you all!!

Doug and Sandy

Jenn W.
Apr 22, 2014 at 9:36 pm

It's been so great to read your posts and to understand (in a small way) what you are experiencing. Can't wait to see photos!

Blessings to you all!!


P.S. Hi Uncle Sid! :)

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