Protea Hotel Ikeja
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... away from home. Many of the individuals I met four years ago on the Challenger program reside in Lagos. Greeting them once again was a special treat for me.
After a break for fellowship and snacks, we assembled again for a congregational Bible reading session. The congregation is reading through the Bible in a year on an individual basis. When the schedule permits, ...
... back in Lagos around 10:30 Thursday evening, with the gridlocked traffic escorting us in. We were warmly greeted by Mrs. Akinbo and the girls. A hot meal, cold Guinness, and smiling faces welcomed us all home.
Today (Friday) has been a good day for recovering from travel, catching up on blog entries, and returning emails. We look forward to observing the upcoming Sabbath here in Lagos.
Paul Moody ...
... what I, as an American, am accustomed to.
Based on past experience, internet connection in these areas is sparse. I will take pictures and post updates as I am able.
Thank you for following along with us. Developments over this past week have made this a productive trip. Your continued prayers are appreciated.
Paul Moody ...
... everyone sang out in the full voice and increased tempo that seems unique to this area.
The service consisted of two split sermons. I spoke on the concept of pride vs. humility and the example of service that Christ set for us all. Mr. Mickelson spoke on the life of Sampson and the lessons we can learn of repentance and seeking God's perfect will to be done in our lives.
The fellowship following services was full of hugs ...
... their guide/bodyguards for the area. The okada driver leans close to me and says: “Do not associate with these men. You understand? Do not associate with these men.” 10-4.
I go over to what looks like it could be the entrance to a market but am stopped by a few people there asking for N 300 admission fee. Admission fee to the market I ask? No, for the beach, they reply. I don’t want to go to the beach, I want to go to the market. Where’s the market? I ...