Azalai Grand Hotel
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Peace and love to you from Mali. Jim and I are amazed at just how fast time the past five months have gone by. With but 5 weeks remaining in the field, we are sad to think about leaving here and the people with whom we have developed relationships, yet looking forward to returning home to family and friends. As we face our inevitable departure, we are seeking ways for our work here to continue in the lives of the local Malians, knowing the Holy Spirit will ...
... Mahamadou S.
... reading, and definitely doing more local sightseeing. Oh, yes, and continued language lessons... how could I forget! They are going well, at least according to Koro, even though the one step forward, two steps backward syndrome seems to creep in occasionally.
Our new friend and housemate, Lurinda, left last evening (Tuesday) for her return home to the USA. What a faithful servant... 73 years young and fought through some health issues to ...
... final nights of Ramadan. We pray also for visitations for our students, but from our Lord and Savior, so that our students would seek to know more about Him. We know that visitations alone will not bring people to a saving faith – they must hear the Word (Romans 10:14).
One of the difficulties of teaching adults in Mali during Ramadan is the effect Ramadan has on the physical sustenance of the students. They fast from food and water from sunrise ...
... do their bidding, one bloke had to change his tee shirt, because he didn’t like it, how petty can you get
I had to take down my last 2 previous entries because of the situation here, (we haven’t seen anything, here) but it’s just a security precaution, we have to maintain a low profile while we are in Mali, but as soon as we get out of here and get the internet, I shall repost them
I went out for a meal the other night, it ...