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Life in the Ivory Coast

Photo by samer daboul After living in Gagnoa, for about four months, I realized that my life there was pretty good.  People were extremely friendly and polite.  Everywhere I went they offered me something to drink since I often traveled in the tropical sun for long distances.  At noon, they offered me a meal.  While … Continue reading Life in the Ivory Coast

Man holding Bible in his hand.

Searching for God: The Road Less Traveled

Photo by Luis Quintero: https://www.pexels.com/photo/selective-focus-photo-of-person-holding-book-2351719/ Finding God requires more than just searching for His existence. It calls for deeper involvement, a forming of knowledge, and a close personal relationship with the omnipotent creator of this life and humankind.   There comes a time in people’s lives when they begin their search for God’s existence in their … Continue reading Searching for God: The Road Less Traveled

The School Gardens Program

Eighteen guys, including me, trained at UCLA for the health education project for which we were invited from September through December 1965.  In the last couple of weeks or so, Peace Corps asked for volunteers for a special school gardens program that it persuaded the Ivorian government to accept. I told them that I was … Continue reading The School Gardens Program

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