Tuesday, October 10 -- leaving Mangochi
Trip Start Sep 27, 2006
23Trip End Oct 20, 2006
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Bill Jahns and I both gave sermons, Bill about the Resurrection and I spoke about marriage.
Since we enjoyed the children's choir so much earlier, I made a special request for them to sing again. They did. Then the church choir sang as well. It was beautiful.
After the service was complete, Beverly addressed everyone about LifeNets and gave some important pointers about our programs
Then the lunch.
Time to go.
We were taken to the home of Mark and Agnes Katsonga Phiri. Agnes has gone to visit her daughter in London, but the house is made available to us. Mark is a bit late coming from work. He is also a major poultry producer in Malawi. He had been President of the Chamber of Commerce. He has dinner with us served by home servants. A young orphan girl Loughan who is Agnes's niece lives with them. She is a senior in high school. She is very friendly with us and we enjoy her presence.
Mark Katsonga Phiri is a very competent person who is intimately acquainted with the politics and economics of Malawi. We do see him as the President of the country in the future. The six of us carried on an animated conversation until 10 pm. It was fascinating and enlightening.
Where I stayed