A picture’s worth a 1,000 words (The Prices Write, September 2019, part 1)

Bible day-camp in Sisak, Croatia, for tweens/teens
Vacation Bible School-type outreach in our village in Slavonski Brod, Croatia

In August we worked with our colleagues and two summer teams who came to Croatia from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Florida and London, England. Probably over 250 Roma kids attended the various events in four different locations in Croatia. These included Vacation Bible School-type outreach, day Bible camp, and an overnight Bible camp. Through these outreaches the Roma children, teens, and some received Bible teaching in the form of skits, Bible teaching, singing songs, doing hand crafts and coloring pages, small group discussion time and games. Since pictures are worth 1,000 words, we are dedicating this newsletter to giving you a glimpse of the summer through pictures.

And as always, thank you for your loving prayers, encouraging words & financial support!

Todd, Pamala, Kirsten, Daniel and Ariela Price

Todd telling a Bible story in Croatian
Pamala explaining the coloring and activity page to the son of one of our Bible translators
Ariela waiting in line for her turn in one of the games
The Roma kids loved the attention from Kirsten
Ariela became friends with two girls her age who came from London on the summer team with their mother
Todd reading the Bible story of Creation in Ludari. This was probably the first time in their lives for these Roma kids to hear a Bible story in their Roma mother-tongue
Lunch at our house with summer teamers from KS & FL who stayed with us
Daniel helping to hold the poster with words for the songs we sang with the kids
Daniel was a score keeper for the organized games

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