Ndubaluba

This week I accompanied 24 children from one of the schools I’ve been volunteering at, on a residential weekend of adventure at Ndubaluba. It was a fantastic time, with the children taking part in a wide range of team building activities that would have caused heart failure to the risk adverse. Children climbed, canoed, went on night walks (with one torch between 10!), waded through shin deep mud and swung over ponds… all with a broad smile on their dirt-smeared faces. There were many times when I couldn’t help but think as to just how many Risk Assessment forms I would have needed to complete had this been a in the UK. It was a wonderful insight into the childhood that Jacob could have if God keeps us here for as long as we envisage. Exciting stuff eh?

D.

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