Each summer the Samaritan House Children’s Center offers a customized Summer Education Program (SEP) for our group of young African kids. Each morning, the SEP begins with prayer, learning new songs, and a favorite of the youngsters, Auntie Dannie’s Bible storytelling. I focused on telling the story accurately, but this year I missed two of the three essential considerations for storytelling in West Africa.
The final episode in this three-part series invited the readers to direct the text. Here are the five air travel questions answered re: connections and seats. If you’re not planning to fly anywhere and don’t know anyone who could use the information, you might enjoy reading the adventures.
Online booking of flights is not only convenient and fast; it allows passengers to reserve their specific seats. Unsure what option to choose? Here are five basic factors to consider when selecting aircraft seats.
Booking flights online provides the adventure-seeking internet surfer hours of fun, hopefully resulting in the dream trip at the lowest possible price. Whether making all arrangements in the comfort of home or waiting for that call-back from the travel agent, check out these five essential considerations when booking connecting flights.
Nothing quite says “nightmare trip” like badly arranged connecting flights.
Excitement reigns as you work through the checklist for that first overseas assignment. You learned a few phrases in the tribal language, trying to absorb everything about the new culture found in the mission brochure. To prevent some incredibly stressful moments that first year, I’m sharing these three critical cautions for newbie international volunteers—Part III.
The final post in this series may prove the one you benefit from the most. I’ve found it essential in every country where I’ve served. Some months, the issues popped up on a daily basis; at other times, I’d be taken by surprise.