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... away from home. Many of the individuals I met four years ago on the Challenger program reside in Lagos. Greeting them once again was a special treat for me.
After a break for fellowship and snacks, we assembled again for a congregational Bible reading session. The congregation is reading through the Bible in a year on an individual basis. When the schedule permits, ...
... back in Lagos around 10:30 Thursday evening, with the gridlocked traffic escorting us in. We were warmly greeted by Mrs. Akinbo and the girls. A hot meal, cold Guinness, and smiling faces welcomed us all home.
Today (Friday) has been a good day for recovering from travel, catching up on blog entries, and returning emails. We look forward to observing the upcoming Sabbath here in Lagos.
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... what I, as an American, am accustomed to.
Based on past experience, internet connection in these areas is sparse. I will take pictures and post updates as I am able.
Thank you for following along with us. Developments over this past week have made this a productive trip. Your continued prayers are appreciated.
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... 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 ...
... son of a gun. There was no easy way to get back to my hotel to retrieve it. I’d need to buy another one, which didn’t seem like an easy task in Lagos. But then I thought to check the inside pocket of my camera case – and sure enough, there was an emergency spare SD card I had put in there years ago. Whew! Thank goodness.
I hopped on a motorcycle taxi outside the shopping center known as an “okada.” This is the most common form of taxi in Lagos; there ...