The brothers pointed us in a direction to seach for their young brother. As we made a 1/2 drive into the bush we came upon a circumcision ceremony. The Maasai then pointed us in an opposite direction about an hour away to search for the boy. It was dark, almost midnight,and we were tired. However,
we pressed on until we finally came upon a campfire with a gathering of armed Maasai warriors and among them was the "boy."
We took the warrior back to his brothers camp to get to know him. It was obvious that he was deep into moranship and respected among the fellow warriors. We enjoyed deepening our relationship and we offered him the opportunity to go to school but he told us that he could not leave moranship until he "graduated" in December. The boy confessed that he was still following Christ but that he must finish what he started. I have a gut feeling that like David in the Bible that God has a great plan for this guys life, I challenged him to seek after God hard and told him to contact my translator if God nudges him in a new direction...so we will have to wait and see how the story unfolds in the future.
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