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(video) The new Ebenezer Church, Lumley

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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 4: Jui & Conference

Much to our surprise we were given the morning off today! They were devoting their time to various reports such as finances and committees, which although important, would always be hard for us to follow and often irrelevant to the … Continue reading

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Day 2: Wellington, Allen Town, the Shepherd’s Hospice, Christ Church Hastings & Football

The alarm went at 7am (actually it would have done but we were both up shortly before it). We were picked up by our driver Joseph (based at TECT, the Bible College next door), with Sylvanus and Sallu and whisked … Continue reading

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18th February: Fogbo, Manalo, Makomba School, Makoibundu, Magbafti, St. Stephens Rokel

The last day of standard visits, an a day that threatened on paper to be hideously long! Not only did we have the five originally planned visits to make, but we also gained one during Conference when Reuben realised that … Continue reading

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Friday 12th February: Election Day

Today has been a tense day. All Conference has been working up to this moment, the day of the elections for the Connexional Officers, including the post of Chairman and General Superintendent, currently held by the Rev. Reuben Dove. Behind … Continue reading

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