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... by an airline employee and finally we could get in line to check in. Once our bags were checked and we had our boarding passes in hand, we filled out our departure cards and stood in line to go through emigration. Then we stood in line to put our carryon bags through another scanner and we walked through a metal detector. Then finally we were really in the departure lounge.
When the time came to board, we stood in line to have our ...
... also very high…. I cannot yet give scholarship money; they have only recently begun attending our services, and we must see how serious their participation is, and that they come for God not for mammon. I wish we could scholarship the whole country, but we cannot. “Silver and gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you…” (Acts 3:6).
We say goodbye and take a family photo. Then we drive to the center of town, near the Memling ...
... 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 ...
... guinea fowl and another very brightly colored bird I don’t recognize, peck their way around the lawn, or in the case of the peacock, beg for a treat.
Daniel told me had slept well and through the night. We were both very tired the night before, so the good night’s sleep had been much needed.
We discussed the sermons we would give and other things concerning our work. After breakfast we worked or relaxed in ...
... join the Royal Navy, in the early 1800s…. While the more mature side of me is very thankful that’s not possible.
After half an hour we landed in Kigali, where passengers disembarked and our turn-around time was about 45 minutes. Then we took off again and flew 90 minutes to Nairobi. I nibbled on the snack they offered and didn’t may have dozed 15 minutes.
In Nairobi we disembarked, walked into the cool air of the Athi plain of Kenya, ...
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