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The Wait is Over!

Just received this great news from Sylvanus Nicol: Greeting and God bless. Please be informed that construction work of Bureh Town church is to start shortly. Francis Charley is the contractor. Related Images:

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Day 12: Ebenezer Lumley, Jerusalem Avenue, St. John’s Goderich and food with Francis

This was a day of very mixed emotions for me; our last full day here visiting churches and some old friends, but maybe also my last time of seeing them. I am torn between being eager to get home and … Continue reading

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Day 9: Bureh Town, Tombo, Tissana & Cole Town

A day at the seaside today! The car was full today as Francis Charley, our¬†distinguished the,¬†able contractor joined us along with Sallu Koroma and Sylvanus Alaba Nicol. This meant there were four of us in the back and two in … Continue reading

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Made It!

Well that was a wonderfully straightforward journey! There are so many things that can go wrong on a journey to Sierra Leone. It’s not something I ever look forward to. The flight itself is fine – as a Fen boy … Continue reading

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Monday 15th February: Wellington, Allen Town, TECT, Mongegba, ‘Car Accident’

Today has been a varied day of on the one hand heart-stopping beauty, human vision and care and on the other desperate lives and attempted cons. We started off heading to a church called Wellington. This I had been looking … Continue reading

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Saturday 13th February: Jerusalem Avenue & Goderich

Today started with a jolt, the violent sound of a screaming woman running past the hotel, a commotion following in her wake. It was a horrible sound. Made me wonder if it was a little taste of what it must … Continue reading

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This time next week…

It just hit me that in a weeks time we will have already checked in at Heathrow and be passing a couple of hours in the departure area… Suddenly it feels like there is an awful lot to do in … Continue reading

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