Unfortunately, it was pretty hot out already and we didn't encounter many people out at the parks or neighborhoods we visited so then we went to a fast food parking lot and shared there.
Upon our return to the SA we met Miss Cynthia who taught us more about what they do to help the community and to share the gospel with others. These are truly some remarkable people who love God and work hard every day to make a difference in the world around them. Keep dropping money in the kettles during the Christmas season because this organization does good things in the world!
This afternoon we walked around the neighborhood and witnessed the Delmar Divide for ourselves. Delmar is a street just a few feet from UACC which is well known for being the racial dividing line in St. Louis. There is a distinct difference north (more affluent and predominantly white) of Delmar vs south (less affluent and predominantly black).
After our very hot walk around the neighborhood, we returned to the church and watched a video about the Delmar Divide. You can watch the video below.
We had great discussions about the racial separation that continues today all across the United States with some thoughtful insights from the kids.
This evening we went to Forest Park and played their favorite game frisbee and by we I really mean they played while I sat and watched the sunset!