Le Meridien Ogeyi Place
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... Passover to conduct some workshop type presentations relating to why and how the Holy Days are to be kept.
Leaving the ***** Delta region, we headed north towards Owerri. We arrived at the UCG church hall, situated on the outskirts of Owerri, at 4:00. We greeted the brethren that were able to travel in for an evening Bible study which began at 5:00. As I mentioned in my blog last year, the Owerri congregation is largely made up of ...
... The mash is then put into a bag and placed in a press where the water is pressed out over the course of one week. The pressing washes much of the naturally occurring cyanide out with the water. The mash is then filtered through a screen and the fines are roasted over the fire. This process produces ...
... to visit to the local "Bush Bar".
We were warmly welcomed into the bush bar with the explanation that Mr. Mickelson and I were the first white men to ever come back into the village and sit in that bar. The Bush Bar is a small shack where we were served goat skin and meat with palm wine. As this was my first experience with the palm wine, I received a side glance from my ...
... sing out with passion. There is a video attached below with Coleman enthusiastically leading the congregation in song.
Mr. Mickelson and I shared split sermons, and the service was followed by lively fellowship as the brethren rejoiced in their ability to be together and hear good news brought to them from afar.
Following services, Coleman joined us as we traveled an hour east of Owerri ...
... us in their homes was one of their great joys. Although we expressed our desire not to be catered to, the local custom of hospitality won over and we were served "small" meals wherever we went.
Our meetings covered a number of topics. Many conversations focused on the news of the church and the coming Kingdom of God. Our time together also gave the members opportunity to explain to us more fully the customs ...