Today in Kampala, Uganda we taught children. Think of a one day, rotation-style, Christmas-themed VBS with 150 children with varying abilities in English. Our teaching partners were refugee teens from all over East Africa and the DR Congo. Their amazing leader, Haryet, leads these teens for three hours a day, five days a week and sometimes on weekends. Many of these teens are believers in Jesus, but some are Muslim. After a blessed day, we went out with several of our hosts for (nearly) Mexican food. One of the topics for talk around the table was the similarities and differences between our youth groups. We found out that Haryet spends about 50 times as much time with her youth as our leaders spend with our youth.