A photo gallery showing how Dr. George Faile does a finger amputation at the Baptist Medical Centre in Nalerigu, Ghana.
I’ve been hanging out in Bobo Dioulasso today at the Woods’ home. We did some shopping this morning and visited with some local Baptist pastors this afternoon. Tomorrow we’ll be heading out early in the morning to some remote areas to meet up with a journeyman (short-term missionary) and a pastor. We hope to show […]
A while back I posted an abstract image of white corn drying in the sun. On a later date I photographed the woman spreading the corn out. She had a big metal bowl full of corn and walked back and forth tossing the bright, white powder around.
I found this small tree in the pantry of house #7. Mona and Jane have also shared some of their Christmas decorations with us. It’s beginning to feel a bit like Christmas here in Nalerigu.
While driving down to Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso today we passed several “chicken mopeds”. These are guys carrying live chickens and guinea fowl on their motorbikes from one village to another to sell. I had heard of this method of transport but hadn’t actually seen it yet. I was very impressed. Here are a few […]
When I describe Ouagadougou to people I call it a brown city. There is dirt and dust everywhere. It is mostly due to the fact that this is harmattan and Ouaga gets you farther north, close to the Sahara. However, it is also because most of the buildings are made from mud bricks instead of […]