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Dry Season

Dry season is not just a period without rain. It is a whole new way of life for a time in a place like Mali.  If you don’t live near the Niger River or one of its tributaries, already precious water is like liquid gold. Once drawn for the day, perhaps after walking for a great distance, it is saved for cooking and drinking.  With the peak of the dry season comes an intense heat, and this year it has […]

Not Just Another Movie Night!

When a team feels led to share the Gospel, it sometimes comes with public preaching and declaration of God’s Word, and sometimes it is coupled with a video presentation like the Jesus film or another similar movie in the local language. For the majority of the Wassulu people, this is the first movie they have ever seen, much less one dubbed in their own language! It’s not just another movie night.  It’s not an ordinary event nor an ordinary movie! […]

Visit to the Bozo

Today the team felt called to visit a region among the Wassulu where people from one of several Bozo people groups live. The Bozo people groups are all “river people” as their lives and culture are intertwined with fishing along the Niger and its tributaries in several West African nations. Even their name, given in the Bambara language, means “straw house,” indicating a nomadic life. The Bozo hold fast to animistic beliefs wrapped in a veil of Islam.  Much can […]