Residence Hoteliere Ivotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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... a decent Christmas dinner or Christmas messages getting sent, we are going to be here for at least 4 days/nights before we move on
There is a lot of unhappy people here today, can’t see any improving over the next few days either (or at least while we are stuck here)
I said we can only make the best of what we got, and we will get the internet at some point I hope
So until we do, all I can do is wish everyone a belated ...
... today. So after some record checking and hesitation we were given a room that was free on the 3rd floor, but it was obviously sub-standard. It smelled strongly of mold, and was very damp. The synthetic carpet on the floor was damp and the bathroom floor was wet as well. This was all they could give us. We weren’t happy about that, but we were tired, and I was still in some pain so we didn’t feel like looking for another room at a ...
... enter the country) and finally enter Cote d’Ivoire. As we left the arrival zone, we found a young woman holding an Ibis sign. She asked us to wait by a desk farther along where she found us and told us that the shuttle would leave in half an hour. I didn’t really want to wait that long after such a long day, but it was raining outside and I knew traffic would be snarled, so we didn’t risk much time by waiting. We could wait in the ...
... to better the setting of Sabbath services. It can rain a lot in Côte d'Ivoire. Once we arrived and said a quick Bonjour to everyone, we all gathered for services. There were about 14 of us, but I was very encouraged by the warm welcome and desire to learn of the brethren. After some opening comments and opening hymns by Mr. Meeker and Paul, I was asked to give a sermon. Mr. Meeker followed with a shorter sermon. We then closed with prayer. Not long after that, ...
... families. When the time came for services, Paul led hymns and Michel Tia asked the opening prayer. I made a few introductory comments and passed along many greetings, then introduced Daniel for the first split sermon, which was similar to the one he had given in Kinshasa. I then spoke about the seven days of Unleavened Bread, and the symbolism of the number seven in the Bible. It represents, completion and perfection, and that is meaningful ...