Monthly Topic: God is Moving on the Coast of East Africa!

by Shan Berry

The islands and coastal regions of East Africa are a vast area of beautiful blue water and clear skies. Ancient Arab dhows with their blowing sails are still the main mode of transportation. Fisherman pull in their nets by hand like they did in biblical times. There is a diverse mix of bright colored African fabrics worn in a more Middle Eastern style covering faces and arms. The food is also a mixture of African farmers’ stock as well as spicy foods from India. Amidst this array are many different people groups with their own languages, cultures, and traditions.
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by EC

Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, is one of its poorest nation. Seeking temporary respite from their lives, many in Madagascar visit “coiffeurs,” or local barbershops, to chat,...


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