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  1. #1 by Christopher on March 11, 2014 - 5:02 am

    Howdy, It looks like they do not have an email contact for you but do provide an address. My suggestion is that you write them with your questions and provide them with your contact data. I am sure they will respond with some suggestions and directions on where is and is not safe.
    When in doubt, ask for direction. You never know what wonderful opportunities will be in the response.

    Farm 23 A Makeni Road
    Opposite Makeni Police Station
    10101 LUSAKA
    ZAMBIA

    +260 21-1-272-062

  2. #2 by dominiek on March 10, 2014 - 7:28 am

    Hi, me and my wife are looking at moving to where the need is greater, and we are considering zambia. we have tried calling the numbers on the jw website but no one picks up, and the tag for the email address doesn’t open (dunno why..) As you were in zambia, we were hoping you might have an email address, or any way we can contact the branch there for more info… If you do, please let us know, or pass on our email so they can contact us…
    Thanks!
    p.s Really encouraging to read about all of your experiences!

  3. #3 by Beth Wiggins on October 20, 2012 - 11:09 am

    The tears wont stop, my husband and I worked at Faca the last of our three assignments, only there a month, 3 months in Nigeria and Antigua, so great to see the beautiful pictures of a home we loved. My husband worked in Electrical, wiring the fire alarms and I was in Insulation, we lived in the old Kingdom Hall along with many many other couples, with a shared Living room and bathrooms. Thank You, thank you for sharing, this is something I so badly needed, especially today, Iโ€™m not feeling well so Iโ€™ve only checked your site for a bit but definitely will be returning. Some of the best memories and times of our lives were working on Bethel homes, making amazing friends and working hard for Jehovah.
    Your sister from Indy

  4. #4 by Deborah Kwamie on January 26, 2012 - 4:24 pm

    Hello my sister & brother! I found your blog completely by coincidence. Another Witness friend sent me an email about a Catholic church in Antequera located near Malaga, Spain that has an idol of a woman sitting on a dragon. Maybe this pic was taken on one of your travels? I wanted to read more about this idol since it is a topic that comes up in the ministry. I found your blog instead. As I scrolled thru your pics I saw the one of the meeting at the Kingdom Hall. I wasn’t reading the caption under the pic, but I thought WOW that looks like a Kingdom Hall LOL! At this point I started to READ your blog & was pleasantly surprised to realize that you are Witnesses who love to travel & share it in your blog ๐Ÿ˜‰ I too enjoy traveling & was in Barcelona 2 yrs ago. Also traveled to Ghana West Africa this past August & visited Bethel Ghana Branch. I attend the Metuchen Congregation in New Jersey. I really enjoyed reading about your trip & look forward to hearing all about your next adventure! Agape’ Deborah

  5. #5 by Deborah Kwamie on January 26, 2012 - 12:13 pm

    Hello my sister & brother! I found your blog as I was searching for something on the internet. Actually another Witness had sent me an email about an idol of a woman sitting on a dragon in a Catholic church in Antequera located near Malaga, Spain, and I wanted to see more about it; as the topic of not worshipping idols is often discussed in the ministry. Maybe this pic was taken from one of your travels. I saw your blog & was thoroughly enjoying your pics, although not reading ๐Ÿ˜‰ When I saw the pic of the meeting in the Kingdom Hall I was SURPRISED, and thought WOW that sure looks like a Kingdom Hall LOL! That’s WHEN I began to read & realized that you are Witnesses sharing your travels ๐Ÿ˜‰ I too enjoy traveling and was in Barcelona 2 yrs ago, also Ghana West Africa this past August. We visited Bethel Ghana Branch. I attend the Metuchen Congregation in New Jersey and live in Edison, NJ. Once again I enjoyed your blog & hope to read more about your travels! Agape’ Deborah

  6. #6 by Christopher on March 7, 2010 - 9:55 am

    Howdy Alan,

    You will love BA, infact that entire part of South America is so much better than most people are aware of. Bethels, Kingdom Halls and fellow Witnesses are the center of any of our trips. As such, we try to contact the local Bethel ahead of time to be sure we can visit fully with our International family.

    You can always find the Bethel addresses at http://watchtower.org/address/article_01.htm

    Let me know if you have any questions we can help with.

    Christopher

  7. #7 by Alan Myles on March 7, 2010 - 9:45 am

    Wonderful journeys. The combination of your great photography and story telling almost makes one feel that we are on those travels with you. Great work.

    We will be in Buenos Aires and would like to attend a local meeting. How can one find a congregation, (english or otherwise).

    Do we need to wait to get there and try and contact the Bethel, or can we start to plan our trip from here in Canada?

    Thank you, as well thats for your encouraging site!

    Agape, alan

  8. #8 by nora Lund on January 16, 2010 - 2:35 pm

    Enjoyed Pictures of Behtel,

  9. #9 by Benford Family on July 25, 2009 - 4:26 pm

    As one who is also a traveler at heart I thoroughly enjoy your detailed blogs and media which allow me and my family to feel as if we were there with you. As for now we will have to wait for paradise.

    Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences. It’s faith strengthening and a joy to see our worldwide brotherhood.

    Your Brother and Sisters

    The Benford Family
    Georgia USA

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