Saturday, April 21, 2018

The changing world (72) Aug 78

Aug 1st bible school students return. No Aljan. Plenty of rain.
2nd       Took boys to fish at sarin Ruwa but in spate so no joy.
3rd        Mixed wonky Tilly iron.
4th        To Jos and received the cases lost by the airline.
5th         Building the new Lego I brought. Caught seven small fish.
6th         Cooked lunch while family at church.
7th         To Boi repairing washed out road as I went.
8th          Boi TEE. Some via Pankshin where book sales were good.
9th         Both boys to Hillcrest as boarders but seemed happy.
10th       Katy tired with washing as no Aljan.
11th       Sorting office and helping Katy.
12th      Journey to Jos delayed by a lorry stuck on the bridge. I pulled it off. Engagement party for Dick Tyler and Janet Webb.
13th      ECWA Plateau Chapel. Took Jonathan to doctor with impetigo.
14th      Home to Daffo.
15th      Taught Bible school class. Books sold to evangelists in for primary teachers course. Sorting accounts. gardening.
17th      To Jos where Katy and Rachel will stay while I am in Ife.
18th       Over 16 hurt drive to Ice. Lost in Ibadan.
19th       Conference disorganised. No lunch provided. Water short.Pleased to meet David Smith . Roomate a Nigerian Igbaja lecturer. Opening speaker very rosy view of the spiritual state of things.
20th        Osie Mensa good on Rom 13 but reckons from Rev 13 that demonic government does nt deserve obedience. Abashiya good on Christian nation building. State strategy group poor as was Yakubu Yako on the North East. Ariye fair. TEE exhibit set up.
21st        Mensa on 1Cor 9. S Ibrahim on cults. Poor small group discussion. Panya Baba on North West. Blind physiotherapist Bitrus Gani very good.
22nd       Mensa fair. One on every Christian a witness was historically and biblically inaccurate. Poof Nigeria Evangelical Fellowship AGM. Ejiwoumi good on Both West. as was Paul Jinadu.
23rd       Ademayo of Association of Evangelicals in Africa and Madagascar was very poor showing off his Greek. Emmanuel Oladipo good on unity, diversity and truth. TEE Association meeting and committees. Bishop Falope good.
24th        Not an impressive paper on theological pitfalls in Africa. Visited expert wood carver and ordered three nativity pieces which have African contextualisation of incarnation events. The best souvenir I ever bought.
25th        Odunaike closed the conference. Five hours to Okene, 172 miles, where we lodged with Bowers, SIM.
26th         500 miles to Jos. Lunch Alushi. Stayed with family at Boers.
27th          Boys out for the day. Two services at Hillcrest, the second a good sermon on Ps 1 from Kiekover of CRC.
28th         Hime fo Daffo.
29th         One Bible school class.
30th         Sorting TEE statistics.


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