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... church hall, and the new government requirement that every registered church (which we are) have a permanent office somewhere at a registered address, so the government can keep tabs on everyone and know where to lay its hands on someone if desired. This will all likely be a rather expensive proposition, but there is no real alternative that I can see. We’ll discuss this further tomorrow and on Sunday.
I wrote down a list of ...
... he covers Bible study topics and answers questions. We had a chance to meet one family in person. They were very kind and offered Mr. Meeker a handwoven mat that had the name of our association woven into it. We then headed to the MOMBELE sector where we visited a family who has been attending for a long time. The man and his wife have 11 children of which five are grown and out of the house. He sells antiques to tourists. So, he brought out some of his wares so we could get ...
... and the African Queen, with a measure of King Kong thrown in. Humphrey Bogart should step from the reeds here, with Colonel Kurtz behind. The view of this rushing, muddy river seems somehow something more than it is.
We walked along the shore and talked of the seasons of the river. At times it is so high that the bank where we walk is under 30 feet of water. In the dry season, we could walk much farther out that we can today.
We talked with ...
... he had. Lunch came at close to our appointed time. We ate fries to our hearts' content. Justin showed up on time to pick us up. We drove through crazy traffic to get to church services. Today was the Last Day of Unleavened Bread, the end of the Feast of Unleavened Bread the Paul mentions in I Corinthians 5:6-8. We were at the meeting place early because the local youth had requested a special meeting with us. They wanted to know about how youth programs are organized in ...
... out on the bed to try a nap. I worked on my laptop catching, up on my journal of records for this visit, on this travel blog, and a few other items. I also settled our accounts with the hotel and ordered a taxi for 11:00 pm.
Daniel managed to sleep half an hour or so, and felt refreshed. The taxi was ready to go on time, so we loaded up and drove through the quiet city and onto the nearly deserted road to the airport. We checked in right on arrival at ...
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