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This will be quick, but here I am in a small town on the Algarve Coast called Lagos
I understand why the Brits love it here ( and there are quite a few strolling the streets) It's a lovely town with Sandy beaches and a coastline with interesting rocks. Only small,but this morning when I was out and about! there was a large procession of school children parading the streets, all in fancy dress of some sort or ...
... of our other members, lives in a area where he can not receive the Good News Magazine by mail. He was grateful to receive a copy of the most recent issue that Mr. Akinbo had brought for him.
Following our visit, we made the remainder of the trip back to Mr. Akinbo's home in Lagos. We arrived around 11:00 PM thus concluding a successful journey and feeling good about what ...
... everyone sang out in the full voice and increased tempo that seems unique to this area.
The service consisted of two split sermons. I spoke on the concept of pride vs. humility and the example of service that Christ set for us all. Mr. Mickelson spoke on the life of Sampson and the lessons we can learn of repentance and seeking God's perfect will to be done in our lives.
The fellowship following services was full of hugs ...
... would like to thank the parents for sending their children on this adventure. Me da se (in Twi Language)!
Until 2014, we say Miadogo (Ewe language), Nanti ye (Twi Language).
Very Best Regards,
The Laugh & Learn 2013 Team
... br> INITIATION: Rites of adulthood, birth, marriage, eldership/chieftaincy, priesthood, and ancestorship. The “Epa Mask” is a wooden figure about 4.5 feet high worn by young men during initiation rites into adulthood. Also worn by men to represent royal riders during Epa Festival. From Ekiti, *****ia.
WISDOM OF LEARNING: Two carved elephant tusks – records of events concerning the oba and his people.
ADULT LIFE: Hausa hut, Ibo hut, and Yoruba hut ...