They clap and do crazy motions with the songs- our's look quite boring in comparison!
This past week they sang "Be Bold, Be Strong" in Thai. I didn't recognize it until Corinne told me what it was! The Thai words are so much longer that they don't have the echo with it and the tune has to change!
Then we play games!
If a game makes them look silly, the better! They love to laugh at themselves!
The first week I was there, we played the game where you have to run and spin with your forehead on the top of a bat! The losers get powder on their faces!
They love it and everyone ended up getting power on their face! Above, they are playing a game where they all have to hold on to each other and jump forward, backwards, right, or left when told! It was so funny!
Then we settle down for the story. Here is Corinne holding the youngest boy on her lap.
They go over their memory verse. This one was Prov. 3:5
Then they listen to the story. Koi taught the first week and Phii Aam taught the second week.
They've been learning about Moses and his journey to the promised land!
This week a puppet helped to tell the story!
Please pray for these children. All but two of them are Buddhist and this may be the first time some of them have ever heard about a God who created them and loves them. Pray that not only will they understand and believe, but that they can remember and grow in their Christianity in their adulthood and be able to share with Thai people about the love of Christ!