Welcome Centre Hotels
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... also reading through it as a group. They are currently in the middle of Genesis. Each member took turns reading a ten verse section of scripture. Many of the children also participated. Following the reading session, we fellowshipped once again until most everyone had left.
We are now spending a relaxing evening at the Akinbo's home. Tomorrow, there is a baptism ...
We began Thursday morning in Oshogbo, Osum State. Before leaving for the day we fulfilled another visit request that Mr. Akinbo had received. The individual we met with is a church pastor who has maintained a degree of contact with Mr. Akinbo over the last four years. Ten years ago, this pastor, along with his congregation, recognized the need to switch from Sunday keeping to Sabbath keeping. They have also ...
Mark Mickelson, Oludare Akinbo, Akeem Yakub and I will be heading out in the morning to begin visiting our congregations and brethren across *****ia. Our plan is to be in the Benin City congregation for the Sabbath.
I consider these road trips to be a great education and adventure as they take us into regions that function quite ...
... secretly and refusing to sign joint declarations. No doubt some of them were spies. There were spies everywhere. Even the spies had spies. But the police couldn't find Indigo. Would the sister really bare her head? He was rushing to the theatre to arrange this. There was no time to spare. He stopped in a doorway to write a poem. It was his seventeenth poem in three days, almost enough for a book. The snow was starting to stop ...
... a crazy $150 a night here – Lagos has some of the most expensive hotel rates in the world).
My first problem of the day began after breakfast when I spoke with the front-desk attendant about arranging a taxi to the ABC Transport booking office in the Falomo Shopping Center. The map in my book indicates it’s only about two miles but the first taxi driver he called wanted 3,000 naira ($18.40). He called another driver and we bargained down to N 1,500 ($9.20).