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... which can be boiled in water and eaten as a cereal or made into a paste to be consumed in various ways.
The final roasting process is what you will see in the video below. It is an example of the type of work the children living in the village must do to contribute to the daily needs of their family. ...
... Dare Jones", which told me to "be careful". I went easy with it as to minimize the possibility of future effects.
There were a couple of individuals in the bar that told us they too had read the Good News Magazine and thought it was a good publication.
All in all, a unique adventure and a great day with brethren!
... city of Umuahia. There we visited a shut in, Hope, and her daughter Hope. It was a great encouragement for them to see us. They are all alone in their area and do not have frequent contact with the brethren since becoming home bound as the result of Hope's (the mother) stroke. Their smiles of joy and example of faithfulness were an encouragement to us as well.
... of men that exist in this society which they live. It was quite an education for me as I listened to the challenges that are commonly faced by our brethren in this part of the world.
Many also expressed their sincere appreciation for the Good News Magazine. For them, it is a lifeline that connects them to the greater church body and offers hope and encouragement of that better age to come. They ...
... of which Asaba, Onitsha, Ihiala and Okigwe are among the most visible and then drove into Owerri around 6:30pm, settled into our hotel and enjoyed a refreshing and welcome meal of goat pepper-soup and meal.
The next two days would be for visiting and fellowshipping with our Deacon in Owerri, Coleman Nworgu and other brethren of the Owerri UCG Congregation mostly living around Ulakwo and Nguru Village. We thank our heavenly Father for a safe ...