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... the Gospel with Muslims in a Muslim country just a year ago.
Two weeks ago, our English level 4 and 5 students completed their mid-term exams. These interim exams are new at Go Global Mali as just another way to help students succeed at their learning. It gave students an idea of their progress, as opposed to waiting until the end of the 12-week trimester to gain this knowledge. From all reports, it was a success. We can report of one student in ...
... the Feast of Sacrifice or the Greater Eid (or Tabaski in Mali). It is the second of two religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide each year at the end of the Hajj. It commemorates the event recorded in the Qur’an of Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son, Ishmael, in submission to God before God intervenes (Qur’an 37:100-112 [As-Saaffat]). The celebration of Tabaski between today and tomorrow will likely go similar to ...
Our level 5.1 English class has its exams today, consisting of both oral and written components. Our students have been diligent about their studies - they requested an extra review class together with us, and got themselves together for an additional self-guided review class last evening. Please pray for these students, that they ...
... of cattle to share. The people wear their best clothes, gifts are shared, family is visited, and it becomes a day of feasting. Children run throughout the community to collect candy or money from anyone they come in contact with. Yesterday, the 30th day of Ramadan, I took a morning walk in our neighborhood and saw how everyone was dressed in their finest clothes. On my way back home, I came upon a large group of several hundred Muslims in prayer that ...
... engine running and put a couple of quids worth in,
I am glad I took a photo of our campsite or we would have never found our way back, it took over a hour to get back to the campsite, when we did get there he wanted more money because he covered more miles than he wanted to, as you can imagine a row ensued, we just threw the money w owed him and left him to it, the cheek of the bloke, he said he knew where it was, weren’t our fault he got ...