Hotel Brazzaville Beach
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... then left it to turn onto sandy streets full of blowing garbage, and through puddles of foul black water, remnants of rains and the effluvia of shantytowns.
We arrived at the home of a couple who have newly begun attending. I forgot to write their names down, so I can’t share them (I’ll get them again tomorrow), but they had a nice clean house with a mini-department store just in front. They have a food section, a clothing section, and ...
... the end of the afternoon we had finished, so I let them go for the evening after we agreed to meet the next morning to visit some members in their homes. This really means a great deal to them, that a visitor would take the time to come to their homes and sit with them for a few minutes.
Marjolaine has been a bit surprised to find how cool Kinshasa can be during the dry season, which it is currently. We’re just below the equator but ...
... impromptu meetings about 7:00 pm, a heavy downpour began outside. We said goodbye to everyone and they walked outside the hotel, while Daniel and I sprinted for the garden and the covered tables where we could have dinner. It was a short run, but the rain was so heavy we were completely soaked.
As we finished dinner the rain tapered off. As we started back the young adults we thought had left more than an hour earlier came to the table. Could they see ...
... chance” we saw the member, Samuel, who had been hoping for a visit, by the side of the street. His house was very nearby, so we stopped and went in. His 2 year-old son had been having seizures, and he’d been diagnosed with epilepsy, though another expert said he didn’t think the symptoms matched epilepsy since the seizures always happened at night while the child was sleeping, never during the day.
I anointed the boy, and asked God to heal ...
... our faces to read. But we kept going and were able to finish.
It was a pleasant change not to have to pause for interpretation each time; almost the entirety of this group could understand French enough to follow the sermons. After services, I had an initial meeting with 12 people who had asked about baptism. I explained what the covenant was, how the ceremony itself is conducted, and how we help people prepare for baptism. I took ...
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