The traditional Ethiopian lunch we ate today. The bread is called injera. Delicious!
This morning at 7:00 am, Baruch and I met Dereje, the college’s director, for breakfast. This was also a meeting about what we can do to work together. They definitely want to use our resources and would like for us to come to the college once/year for Baruch to teach a class. Using our videos over the internet will not be possible because of slow or non-existent internet. We will be working together to get resources to them in a format they can better use for their students in the rural areas.
We then went to the college for the last day of our study of the book of Jeremiah. Before we came to Addis Ababa, Baruch sent to them a detailed syllabus and final exam. They will have study sessions after we leave and then take the final exam for the course.
At the end of the class, Baruch and I were presented with beautiful traditional garments. He received an embroidered vest and I received a shawl which is called a netela. If I receive pictures of us in wearing them at the presentation, I will post one here!
Tonight, as I type this, Baruch is taping 2 radio shows over the telephone with people from San Diego, CA. It is amazing how technology can allow for us to do good!
Tomorrow we head back to Israel, where we will hold our regular studies and our Livestream on Saturday night. We hope you will join us for our Livestream, where we are continue our study in the book of Acts.
Baruch and Dereje in class today.
Another view of Addis Ababa. There are some tall buildings and the city is actually growing and modernizing. (see picture below). Many of the taller buildings are currently still under construction.