LAICO l'Amitie Hotel
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... you to participate. Your prayer support is also welcome for the work of those here who share the Good News with those who consider themselves unworthy.
So, we close with thanks for the work that is being done to God’s glory, a work that not only shares His Word, but His love, for He is worthy of our thanks and praise. We wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving. We’ll be celebrating here with the local C&MA team on Sunday, the ...
... their choice. For those students who already have a business, they will have the option of writing a plan to expand their current business. Emphasis is placed on presentation and writing skills. The students will be graded, the basis for which will be class participation, six presentations, six written assignments, and their final business plan. We are thankful to the many resources we have been able to utilize in the development of this lesson plan, ...
... Bambara is a tonal language, so you have to really listen to the inflections in the voice. Secondly, like all native speakers, they talk way too fast for a foreigner. I am learning to listen more closely, but that takes practice and variety. At least half of the time, I had to ask Koro what they actually said. Then, you have to know whether something is sold by the piece, by the kilo, or by the pile, and not only that, but there may be variables such as the size that ...
... for businesses that they could develop in the Bamako marketplace. Next week, we’ll be discussing marketing.
If you would be inclined to pray for our students, here are the first names of those we have in Level 5:
♂ Abdoulaye (ahb-doo-lie),
♂ Aboubacar (ah-boo-bah-ker),
♂ Aguibou (ah-gee-boo),
♀ Aissata (eye-sah-tah),
♀ Boncane (bohn-cahn),
♂ David, ...
... trying to stand/dance on a table, well that didn’t end well
I was given another coffee, it seemed it was just me and Jesus that was sober and we were getting bored with all the drinking and noise
A few ‘discussions’ broke out and things got louder, I wandered outside, this wasn’t anything I wanted to get involved with
I saw some lights outside this place, I thought they were Christmas lights, but ...