While serving in the village, Meri, in the Extreme North Region in Cameroon, I started a women’s soy farming group. The group consisted of some of the most dynamic women I knew in Village. To pass the time while we worked, the women would teach me songs from church, in Mufu the local dialect. This picture was taken in 2009, of the women working in the field weeding. When we worked, we formed a line moving along the field together. I would have a difficult time keeping up with them, so the women on either side of me would always help by weeding my row with me.