Submitted Photo- Caption by Ron Boyer - Ron and Cissy at the wedding of the two ZOE staff members pictured with us here. In fact, I officiated at their wedding, which is why I am dressed in the formal Karen shirt. The groom, Threeraat, is a house parent, driver, and helps maintain our 40,000-square-foot ZOE Children’s Home. His beautiful bride, Mákaypaw, is a member of ZOE’s Child Rescue Team. A truly wonderful couple! The wedding was held in an open-air pavilion to accommodate the (bride’s) entire village of Tee Mu Lay. The wedding party sits on chairs on stage while songs are sung, Scripture is read, speeches made, prayers prayed, advice given, and ... repeat! Finally, the bride and groom come forward. Vows are made and rings exchanged. Then the marriage certificate is signed, presented to the couple, and the official announcement made. But don’t look for a kiss. No public display of affection is allowed! Afterwards, a grand feast was held at the bride’s parents’ home with everybody sitting on woven grass mats on the floor.