The kids of Neos Kosmos, a mostly Albanian area of Athens:
I'm helping a little girl walk on stilts.
I'm getting help from a girl I taught to walk on stilts so that another girl
can walk on stilts.
An intense game of tug-of-war. I'll have you know, the girls won both games.
The Diablo. I cannot do this.
A group game called splish-splash. It was the kids' favorite.
We even had a clown!
Bob Hill (a missionary and professor at the Greek Bible
Institute) put on a magic show for the kids as a way
to introduce them to the gospel.
The kids were enthralled by the magic show.
Camille ran Twister. A sweet girl helped her translate, and in
the process, Camille learned her colors in Greek!
Elise was our master face (well, mostly body) painter. She
can paint a dinosaur or dragon better than anyone.
The hula hoops were a big hit.
Camille made some awesome braided bracelets for the girls during
The tournaments are well attended. They all get into the games.
There are big kid teams...
... and little kid teams.
After the games were over, the older boys requested some "boy"
All the supplies were purchased for the festivals and tournaments with our ministry funds. Thank you for your support! You made this fun possible!