Protea Hotel Ryalls
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... the development of our new church property about 2 miles from the shopping district of Chichiri. The location is excellent and was purchased from the government for institutional use.
We want this facility to be a four year high school....called forms one through four. It will have eight classrooms in a two story building along with an assembly hall that an also be used for church services. There will be a need for ...
... After services there was lots of animated talk...then lunch. There was a beautiful buffet catered specially today at the Conference Center. I know that they went through a lot of effort and expense tor this very fine event. There were 86 people in attendance in Blantyre today.
Then we talked to some people who had special needs that we want to help with LifeNets. We also talked to all the scholarship students and ...
... for Church services and activities on weekends....school by weekday. We have been talking about this for 10 years and we are all patiently wanting to see this become a reality.
The property is a triangle of land with the hypotenuse of the land bordering a road. There are residential properties adjacent and one part of the security wall will be shared with a private estate.
Gracious brought us back to the Mount Soche ...
... in Pretoria. Bev was not with me then. I held a training meeting with our elders and deacons in Lusaka. Gracious Mpilangwe came over from Malawi. Then I went to Harare, Zimbabwe for a Kingdom of God seminar and ordained Mike Mukarati as elder and Mombasa Chichaya as deacon. And, continued south to South Africa for a Kingdom of God seminar in Cape Town and a national council meeting in Pretoria. That entire trip is ...
This weekend myself and three other girls stayed at Mvuu (Chichewa for hippo) Lodge in Liwonde National Park. Our all inclusive stay included a boat transfer into the park, meals, a chalet, and three safari activities. Our weekend started with a 45 minute boat ride on the Shire river to the lodge where we stayed. The banks were bordered by lush green vegetation spotted with dozens of families of hippos cooling off in the water. Upon arrival, we were taken up into ...