BEST WESTERN PREMIER Port Harcourt Hotel
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... explaining some of the basic biblical doctrines and foundational principles by which UCG functions. We explained that there is often a difference between what God says and what man says. We must be able to recognize the differences in order to live according to God's instructions, not man's customs and traditions.
As we departed, we left them with some literature which explains many of our fundamental beliefs. Mr. Akinbo also offered to ...
... 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 ...
... It was a pleasant experience as we were welcomed warmly into their homes and had opportunity to become better acquainted with them and their circumstances.
I would describe the living conditions of most of our brethren as very meager by western standards. They do not have much in terms of elegant physical processions. However, they are a vibrant people, willing to serve and eager to share what they do ...