A collection of news and features about Ethiopia, with links to read more.
Prayers today and always for Ethiopia. On June 30, an unknown assailant assassinated a popular musician, Hachalu Hundessa, known for his political songs.
As the challenging coronavirus spreads throughout the world, we hunker down, sheltering-in-place. Very few things bring out our joy, and a positive spirit, as does traveling. But we learn to cope. There are many ways for virtual travel, changing your mood.
On Ly Son Island, Hang Cau Beach is a beach lover’s dream: listening to the waves, laying on the sand, walking in the transparent water, finding all kinds of sea life. Colorful fishing boats sit on the shoreline. A photographer shoots wedding photographs of a lovely couple fully dressed into traditional clothes. But it is more than just one photographer—it’s an entire entourage, including make-up artists and hair-stylists. In Vietnam, Ly Son is one of the most treasured places to create such lifelong memories.
But if you can take your eyes off the water scene, turn around! Behind the beach is a huge black volcanic cliff on the northern side of Thoi Loi’s volcanic tuff ring …
Ethiopians are proud of the Blue Nile which begins in Ethiopia. In national lore, the source of the Blue Nile was the Gihon, one of the four rivers that flowed from the Garden of Eden.
I found a good analysis of the nutritional value of traditional pho. The vitamin A, D, calcium and iron are a real plus, and that can improve by your choice of herbs and vegetables.
A fun interview with Scott: It’s time to meet another International Christian Fiction Writers author. Today we’re introducing Scott Douglas Martell. Welcome, Scott!
To be creative, to be healthy, to be happy, we need rest time. We need sleep. But we also need recreation, preferably outdoors, in a place where we can experience the beauty that is all around us: if we open our eyes, if we have a grateful heart, and if…
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