As I was supervising the New Tribes preschool last week, 2 of the MKs amused me greatly with a multicultural moment that was all their own. Levi was having an impromptu birthday party for himself, and his friend Jean ‘made’ him a cake (out of Lincoln logs). So, as we carried it over, I called it a Royal Canadian birthday cake (long family story there). Another little boy with us looked up and stated clearly that it should be an American birthday cake. I lightly responded that we could keep it Canadian because we were in Canada, to which Jean responded that it was actually a Korean cake (she is Korean). When I asked her if she thought that, because she was in Canada, it could be Canadian, she declared quite certainly that it had to be Korean. By this time the other little boy had given it some deep thought and decided that it should probably be a [another Asian country] cake because his family is en-route there. At this point, I decided to concede defeat, and we all just ate cake. This fun moment reminded me how blessed we are to be on a campus so dedicated to reaching the world that it is even clear in the children’s program, how many countries New Tribes is interacting with for the sake of the gospel.