One thing I had taken for granted in the U.S. was the opportunity to travel and how easy it’s become. When talking to folks in Kaabong, we’ve learned that many of them haven’t left the area their whole life. Lately, we’ve started taking our employees and friends with us when visiting the Ik about 20 miles away. They are shocked and amazed to see how different the landscape and people are just 20 miles north of them. Our friends, Loido John Bosco and Adupa Kristin, had never been this far north. They visited a place called Kamion with us and were eager to see the escarpment that separates Uganda from Kenya. Please pray for the people of Kamion, as they’ve just been attacked this week and two Ik men were shot. We hurt for the vulnerability of these people.