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I thought you would enjoy this video of some of Coleman's children processing cassava flour.
The flour is made from the root of the cassava plant. The harvested roots are about the size of large sweet potatoes. They are harvested, peeled, washed, cut into pieces, mashed, then soaked in water for ...
Sunday was our last full day in Owerri. We spent the day visiting with the brethren in a neighboring village. They too were very welcoming and we had a pleasant visit with them. We also visited Coleman's home as we were in the village where he lives.
A couple experiences out of the ordinary included watching Coleman harvest a few coconuts from a palm tree, as well as accepting ...
The Sabbath service was held in a rented hall on the outskirts of Owerri. About 35 brethren gathered together to sing praises and worship before God.
Attending services requires a commitment. For many, they must bike, ride a motorcycle or take public transport in from one of the surrounding villages.
As in Lagos, the song service was one of my favorite parts of the day. It is a joy to listen to ...
... share the magazine with other family members and friends in the village. We met a few non-member individuals who expressed their appreciation for the publication as well.
We returned to our motel Friday evening feeling grateful for the opportunity that God provided for fellowship. Not only were the visits an encouragement to the brethren, they were an encouragement to us as well. (More Pictures Below)
Our stay in Benin (since Sunday three days ago) fellowshipping with the brethren was refreshing and thoroughly enjoyable. Some visited us at the hotel and we visited others at home. Today about 2:30pm, we left Benin City heading to Owerri, Imo State. There was a little bit of traffic moving out of Benin City along Akpapava rod (or the Asaba Benin Road) and we had an interesting experience worth mentioning.
We were stopped by traffic lights on ...