Marrakech: Part 2: Food

Marrakech has interesting dishes. Fork and knife is optional. Using a clay plate and covering called a tanjine, a dish called couscous (pronounced 'coos-coos'), with vegetables is a staple. Then some form of meat: chicken, beef - either on a skewer or in a gravy-sauce is picked up with a bread. It is not spicy, in general, although I was surprised from time to time with a burning sensation. As a result, more often than not, I chose fried squid (calamari) and shrimp.

Marrakech: Part 1: Sites

Talking time to renew and restore the soul is a term direct from the Bible. Just as Israel neglected the sabbath, so often workaholic, Type-A people can often prioritize what God did not originally intend or design.

And then the wheels come off of the wagon. And suddenly priorities shift.

Keith Gandy - GermanyKeith Gandy - Germany

Keith, originally from the desert of Phoenix, Arizona, has been planting a church in Aschaffenburg, Germany for over thirty years. Daughter churches have also been started and missionaries have been sent out of the congregation. Annually, he participates in encouraging other European church-planters and frequently travels to visit them in their respective field of service.

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