An interesting part of cross-cultural, overseas mission is learning more and more about your surroundings. In this video Nick Laing shares something he discovered in their backyard. Not only do we get to learn a little about the critters in their backyard, but we also get to know Nick a little more!
If you have kids (or grandkids) why not share this video with them?
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