Nagaland – Day 8

Nagaland – Day 8

Nagaland – Day 8 10th March – Day 8 Picnic? Today was a day off and we went for a picnic. At least that was what we were told we were going to do. Seven of us set off from Mokokchung on what can best be described as something of a trek. After an hour or so...
Nagaland – Day 7

Nagaland – Day 7

Nagaland – Day 7 9th March – Day 7 One week on Can it really be a week since we set off from Poringland in Martin’s Land-rover through snow drifts and subzero temperatures? It seems so long ago, such is the effect of having travelled to a strangely...
Nagaland – Day 6

Nagaland – Day 6

Nagaland – Day 6 8th March: Day 6 Strong flow There was a lovely strong flow in the teaching today resulting in about ten of the class coming forward to be baptised in the Holy Spirit, and in doing so some of them visibly met with God. Also during the chapel...
Nagaland – Day 5

Nagaland – Day 5

Nagaland – Day 5 7th March: Day 5 After a coldish wet afternoon and evening yesterday it is warm and sunny today, with fair weather set in for the next few days. This morning we rose early (after good sleep) to visit the market. Actually I got it wrong...
Nagaland – Day 4

Nagaland – Day 4

Nagaland – Day 4 6th March: Day 4 I had another sleep deprived night as my body refused to adjust to the Indian clock. These things were so easy only a few years ago. Never mind, four hours is quite enough provided it doesn’t go on for too many nights. Yesterday...
Nagaland – Days 2 and 3

Nagaland – Days 2 and 3

Nagaland – Days 2 and 3 5th March – Day 3 On day three we rose early to be at the college for 9am. We were to teach a class of seventeen MDiv students for two weeks, but also have the opportunity to address the whole college including faculty at the daily...