Well today was our last full day. Four of us went to see Mr Fawaz to get some more money before joining the others at Milton Margi school for the blind. It is an amazing place. They sang to us and we sang to them. It was then to Jerusalem Avenue to work with about 300 children in a very confined area.
They gave us drinks, oranges and bananas before we left them to head to Ebenezer, Lumley. They have done a fantastic job in rebuilding the church. Another meal of fish and chips before we leave for our hotel and time to consider what we have done on this trip.
Oh yes, Esther Korama gave Janet an African dress, looks great.
Tomorrow it is time to pack and get ready for the visit to Lady Selina chapel before heading for the ferry and the airport. We get the impression it is cooler in the UK, it is 33 degrees here, maybe similar numbers in the UK but no t Celsius!

About Pastor Gordon

Gordon was the pastor of Copthorne Chapel for 17 years from January 1994 until his retirement at the end of December 2010. He took over the role as chairman of the Sierra Leone Mission in June 2010. He also serves as president of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion and is the editor of the Voice magazine.
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