What's it like to live in cities where the houses are grass huts and where lions and elephants roam the streets? What's it like to carry water from the river and to cook your freshly killed game over an open fire? Well, if that's what you think it's like in Zimbabwe (and many people do!), then you're quite wrong. There are areas like that in Zimbabwe, but the teens in God's Church here live quite differently. Zimbabwe, until a year ago known as Rhodesia, is in south-central Africa and is approximately one twentieth the size of the United States. Zimbabwe is a land locked country with access to sea ports through South Africa and Mozambique. Though political upheaval and violence have made headlines in recent years, there are plenty of benefits of living in this beautiful country.
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