Panoramic Views

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The day started with a morning meditation at sunrise on the beautiful Atlantic coast. Notice the “footprints in the sand”!

We went from the depths of emotion after visiting the slave dungeons yesterday and thinking, “those were our ancestors who were victimized by the inhumane brutalities of slavery”, to the “height” of faith and trust as we remember, “I can do all things through Christ, who gives me strength” Phil. 4:13.

We exercised our faith this morning by walking the Kakum Canopy Bridges. There was a 15 minute walk up a rocky hill in the rainforest to get to the canopies in The Kakum Park. The Canopy Bridges are a 360 meter bridge suspended over a canopy of trees in Africa’s rainforest. We walked over seven suspension bridges that were connected to six wooden platforms where we were able to stop and observe the panoramic views of the rainforest.

Timothy James

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