Le Meridien Douala
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- Swimming pool
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... had taken him home one day without his father knowing it. She is a known sorceress, whom people, including our members here, believe has some real occult abilities. The grandmother announced that the boy had the same powers as she and that she was going to bring them out. She cast some spells, made some fetish images, and some potions which she had the boy drink.
"When he came home" they told me “he was not the same. There is ...
This morning, I was glad to be able to sleep in until 8:15, mostly because I suspected that this would be one of those really long days. We knew that our flight would not depart as previously planned - 5PM - but had been rescheduled for some crazy 10:30 PM time which I barely wanted to read. Leaving at 10:30 PM meant getting to Kinshasa early in the morning, but these kinds of already delayed flights don't tend to ever take off when they are actually scheduled. There's always ...
... the morning.
It took more than half an hour for us to receive that simple breakfast, which is why I had started early. After breakfast I settled accounts and we loaded the car to go.
Back at Melanie's house, we greeted everyone again and sat to discuss practical matters thinks like festival planning, how to get sermons recordings and church literature to them and so on. This took a good hour, and I think ...
Last night, I didn't know what my Internet connection would be like for the next few days. So, I decided that it would be good to take care of some important planning and communication for the Feast of Tabernacles 2015. This decision kept me working steadily until about 2AM, but when I went to bed I slept peacefully knowing that I had made good progress. I slept in this morning until just before 9AM. I enjoyed another delicious breakfast buffet, but I couldn't enjoy it outside on ...
... about the effectiveness of the Internet as our primary outreach method. They were concerned that not everyone in Cameroon has access to the web. I explained that there is not really any way to be able to reach every single person in any country, and that we are prepared to consider other media. We're not limiting ourselves only to the Internet; it is our primary effort which offers the most reach for the means we have available.
They were very excited to have the ...