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... had discovered the United Church of God web site on the internet and made contact with Mr. Akinbo. He explained how his congregation had discovered the need to keep God’s Holy Days, and some wanted to hear more from us. We arrived at the congregation’s building in the early afternoon and spent over an hour visiting with the pastor and about twenty of the leading men in that congregation. Mr. Mickelson, Mr. Akinbo and I all took turns ...
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 ...
... service and personal sacrifices for the truth of God and His people. I ask you to join me in praying for God's continued strength and guidance to be on Coleman and his family as he serves the needs of the brethren in this area.
Many of the Owerri brethren live in remote, outlying villages scattered around this region. We spent most of Friday traveling through one such village visiting with members and ...