Fowzia Musse Abdullahi, representing a nonprofit called “Every Woman Counts” that helps refugee families adjust to life in America, hands out homemade samboosas. “I’ve been making them since four o’clock this morning!” she said.
Jonathan Bornman explains EMM’s Christian/Muslim Relations Team to fair attendees.
Micah Baker (left) and Jim Bailey talk about foods eaten in Guinea-Bissau to the Horst family.
Zara Ward tries her hand at playing the djembe.
The Baker family, who just returned from their assignment in Guinea-Bissau, gathers around West African drums.
Gloria Bontrager, EMM worker in Tanzania, enjoys pinchos de gallo, with her granddaughter Mykah Bontrager-Thomas.
Is it ever too early to start teaching your baby about new cultures? The Charles and Lesher families catch up at Global Fair.
A child buys Peruvian jewelry from Cindy Kreider, a former EMM worker in Peru.
Discipleship coach Troy Landis catches up with Katie Rutt, who just returned from her mission internship assignment at Casa Feliz in Honduras.
A young Somali girl shows her beautiful henna designs.
Standholders from Slate Hill Mennonite Church served delicious traditional foods from Southeast Asia.
Josiah Baker, until recently in Guinea-Bissau with his family, learns about French culture from another exhibitor.