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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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Yes, we're still in Kinshasa, just after midnight on what is now Monday morning.
We waited and worked in the restaurant all afternoon, had dinner and settled our accounts with the Havre de Paix, then, at 22:00 (10:00 pm) drove out through the dark and fairly quiet streets of Kinshasa to the airport. It was strangely quiet. We paid our …
... formatting the translation of the President’s monthly letter (translated by my coworker Bernard Hongerloot); sending both off to our mailing list and also working on the finishing touches of a French issue of One Accord which Daniel, a recent graduate of Foundation Institute, very helpfully prepared. I also uploaded two Bible studies to our French website.
This has been a very full day; full of sadness and joy, resignation and hope, and a longing for a better world to ...
... what was around me. The snake exhibit from the Buj came to mind, and I wondered what snakes were native to this area. I kept my eyes peeled looking for boomslangs in the trees and puff adders on the ground just in case! We climbed back in the taxi and headed to Simon's house (read See mon). He was nice enough to invite us inside and show us what he does for a living. He repairs electronics. So, his living room was half-full of televisions and stereo components all in a pile. ...
Today was a longer day than I imagined it would be. Since our visits here are few and far between, I want to use my time to fullest, and the members here sometimes want to use it even more fully. So each time we had finished what we planned, there was always time for one more visit. I called first thing the number the Kenya Airways agent had given me: the phone is still turned off.
Justin arrived about 9:30 so we could begin the day's activities which were ...
... were forced out, they scuttled everything and burned all the records and maps that they could. There was no transition of power because the Congolese were forcing them out, for better or for worse. The inertia from those events seems to still put a pull on things today. I awoke from a long, mosquito-free rest. I was only inches from my mosquito net which is not a good idea if you are really concerned about mosquitos. I spent the morning working on a new sermon. I had considered ...