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THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

JANUARY 24TH,2021

Gospel: Mark 1: 14-20

14 Now after John was taken into custody, Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the Good News of the Kingdom of God,

15 and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand! Repent, and believe in the Good News.” 

16 Passing along by the sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and Andrew the brother of Simon casting a net into the sea, for they were fishermen. 

17 Jesus said to them, “Come after me, and I will make you into fishers for men. 

18 Immediately they left their nets, and followed him. 

19 Going on a little further from there, he saw James the son of Zebedee, and John, his brother, who were also in the boat mending the nets. 

20 Immediately he called them, and they left their father, Zebedee, in the boat with the hired servants, and went after him. 

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Marəcus Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ. 1: 14-20

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Ma bǝ fenǝ Dzonǝ atsaŋǝ la, Yesù a yìi fǝfǝ Galili, nswiŋǝ nkenǝ̀ nshi’inǝ̀ mbǝ’ǝ ala’a nǝfonǝ̀ Nywe, nti’i nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “fǝ̀’ǝ̀ kù’u, ala’a nǝfonǝ Nywe kǝ ndzwi mbwo! A bù kwǝbǝrǝ mǝtiŋǝ̀ mu, mbiŋǝ nkenǝ̀ Nywe wu nshi’inǝ̌.”

Ma a kǝ chya yi nǝbenǝ nkyi fǝŋgwaŋǝ la, nzǝ̂ Shimùn bwo ndə̀mə yi Andrǝyà, ma bwo kǝ mà’à nǝlà’a zha mǝmǝ̀ nkyi fǝngwaŋǝ̀.

Yesù swiŋǝ a mbwo bwo ngǝ, “zoŋnǝ̀ nǝ mwo, mǝ mbǝ ghǝrǝ bu nti’i nko bǝ bǝ̀. Bwo kǝ mbi mɛ’ɛtǝ mǝlà’a mya nzoŋǝ nǝ zhǝ.

A lyǝ adi’i wa nghǝtǝ nǝ nshi nzǝ Dzemsə̀ moo Zebedì bwo ndǝ̀mǝ yi Dzonǝ ma bwo kǝ ndzwi mǝmǝ̀  abaŋki zha ǹnyesǝ mǝla’a mya.

A kǝ mbi toŋǝ wwa, bwo nti’i mɛ’ɛtǝ ǝtaa wwa Zebedì bwo bǝ̀ ngaŋǝ afà’a dzwi, mǝmǝ àbaŋkyî nti’i nzoŋǝ nǝ zhə.

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò

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Gospel: Mark 1: 14-20

14 Now after John was taken into custody, Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the Good News of the Kingdom of God, Ma bǝ fenǝ Dzonǝ atsaŋǝ la, Yesù a yìi fǝfǝ Galili, nswiŋǝ nkenǝ̀ nshi’inǝ̀ mbǝ’ǝ ala’a nǝfonǝ̀ Nywe,
15 and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand! Repent, and believe in the Good News.” nti’i nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “fǝ̀’ǝ̀ kù’u, ala’a nǝfonǝ Nywe kǝ ndzwi mbwo! A bù kwǝbǝrǝ mǝtiŋǝ̀ mu, mbiŋǝ nkenǝ̀ Nywe wu nshi’inǝ̌.”
16 Passing along by the sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and Andrew the brother of Simon casting a net into the sea, for they were fishermen. Ma a kǝ chya yi nǝbenǝ nkyi fǝŋgwaŋǝ la, nzǝ̂ Shimùn bwo ndə̀mə yi Andrǝyà, ma bwo kǝ mà’à nǝlà’a zha mǝmǝ̀ nkyi fǝngwaŋǝ̀.
17 Jesus said to them, “Come after me, and I will make you into fishers for men. Yesù swiŋǝ a mbwo bwo ngǝ, “zoŋnǝ̀ nǝ mwo, mǝ mbǝ ghǝrǝ bu nti’i nko bǝ bǝ̀.
18 Immediately they left their nets, and followed him. Bwo kǝ mbi mɛ’ɛtǝ mǝlà’a mya nzoŋǝ nǝ zhǝ.
19 Going on a little further from there, he saw James the son of Zebedee, and John, his brother, who were also in the boat mending the nets. A lyǝ adi’i wa nghǝtǝ nǝ nshi nzǝ Dzemsə̀ moo Zebedì bwo ndǝ̀mǝ yi Dzonǝ ma bwo kǝ ndzwi mǝmǝ̀  abaŋki zha ǹnyesǝ mǝla’a mya.
20 Immediately he called them, and they left their father, Zebedee, in the boat with the hired servants, and went after him. A kǝ mbi toŋǝ wwa, bwo nti’i mɛ’ɛtǝ ǝtaa wwa Zebedì bwo bǝ̀ ngaŋǝ afà’a dzwi, mǝmǝ àbaŋkyî nti’i nzoŋǝ nǝ zhə.

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The Verb

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A verb expresses action (with the verb ‘to be’) or makes a statement about a person or thing. Every sentence must have a subject and a verb.
Types of Verbs
a) Action Verbs: These express both physical and mental action: e.g. ,,,
What are verbs
Types of verbs

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Forms of verbs
Regular Verbs
Irregular verbs

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Irregular verbs
Irregular verbs
irregular verbs
Auxiliary Verbs
The passive and active voice

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Modal Verbs
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Basic Subtraction of numbers up to 20

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Basic subtraction
A practical approach to subtraction for kids 4 - 6.  Assisting kids to learn the basics of mathematics.
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African dish – Koki and Ripe Plantain

African Dish, Koki and Ripe Plantain
Koki and Ripe Plantains African dish https://youtu.be/T2OKWVI6DNo

African dishes are becoming part and parcel of most kitchens in the world nowadays. Koki and Ripe Plantain is a typical African dish. It is a dish so abundant in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish has become so popular that it is now eaten in many countries of the world because of its richness. The main ingredients used to prepare a tasty Koki and Ripe Plantain dish are,

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Steps in Preparing Koki Beans

Method 1

  • Put the paste in a mortar, add a bit of salt and magi and stir or beat it for about three to four minutes.
  • Add salt and magi to taste. Stir again for some time until it rises and almost double the quantity.
  • Add the cocoyam leaves, and then it is ready to tie in bundles.
  • Add red palm oil in each bundle before tying.
  • Put in a sizable pot, add water and steam for about 45 mins to one hour.

Method 2

  • After grinding blend the paste very well. Add enough water and then all the ingredients in a bowl and mix together.
  • Tie in bundles and steam in a sizable pot.


This video presents to you the complete procedure of preparing Koki and Ripe Plantains.

Some Health Benefits of Koki and Rip Plantains

  • The steaming method used in cooking koki retains a lot of vegetable proteins from the beans that are good for the body.
  • Red palm oil gives us vitamins and fats.
  • The tender cocoyam leaves give us vitamins and help in building our blood.
  • Plantains provide us with calcium and starch.
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African Dish – Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama Recipe and Preparation

African Dish – Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama
Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama. African Dish. Recipe and Preparation

Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a typical African dish, so rich in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish has become so popular that it is now eaten in many countries of the world because of its richness. The main ingredients used to prepare a tasty corn fufu and njyama-njyama dish are as listed below.

Recipe for Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Method for preparing Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Preparing Njyama-njyama

  • Harvest the huckleberry (Njyama-njyama) from the farm or buy from the market. The quantity depends on how much fufu and njyama-njyama you want to prepare.Pick the njyama-njyama by removing the hard stems.Wash thoroughly and boil the njyama-njyama for about 20 to 30 minutes, then remove and slice.
  • Slice the tomatoes and onion and fry using the vegetable oil and fry about two to three minutes.
  • Add salt and magi, and allow to fry for about two or three more minutes depending on the quantity. Pepper can also be added at this stage for those who like it.
  • Add the sliced njyama-njyama and stir well. When it is well mixed with the tomato and onion paste, allow it for one or two minutes, then stir and remove from the gas cooker or fireside.

Preparing Corn Fufu

  • Trash dry yellow or red corn and grin it at a grinding mill. You may buy already prepared corn flour from a store.
  • Put enough water in a sizable pot, depending on your quantity. Allow the water to bubble. Mixed corn flour with water and put in the bubbling water, then stir continuously for about three to four minutes till the dough is thick and tough.
  • Add warm water and using a pestle or a wooden spoon , open the dough and let the water go in between the dough down to the bottom of the pot. Then cover and let it cook for about two to three minutes. open and stir till the fufu is smoother, tougher and looks shinny.
  • Use the banana leaves to tie. Where there are no banana leaves, you can use film rolls.
  • Serve with fried or baked chicken, fish or meat.

Health benefits of Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a dish very rich in food nutrients such as,

  • carbohydrates
  • proteins
  • vitamins
  • fats and oil

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African Traditional Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup

Achu and Yellow soup is a typical African Traditional dish of the Ngemba clan in Cameroon. It is a dish so abundant in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish, because of its richness, has become so popular that it is now eaten all over the country and in many countries of the world. The process to come out with a tasty dish of Achu and Yellow Soup is in three stages; the preparation, the actual pounding, and the Yellow soup preparation.

The Preparation

The main ingredients for preparing Achu and Yellow soup are coco-yams, banana, red palm oil, cow meat and skin, salt, magi, Limestone (Niki), achu soup spices, and pepper. The pepper is only for those who eat it. In my village setting, the coco-yams and banana are harvested from the farm while the other ingredients bought from the market or store. Of course, in a city, one has to buy all the parts. The traditional plates (banana leaves) are also harvested and warmed over a glowing fire then split in rectangular forms ready for use in the second stage to tie the achu (coco-yam fufu) itself.  In a city, we use a dish in place of the leaves.

This video shows Achu and Yellow Soup ingredients. https://youtu.be/yM7jLZ6orbQ

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The coco-yam and banana are washed and put in a sizable pot, beginning with the coco-yams, then the banana, and finally some tender or young coco-yams at the top. The pot is then covered with banana leaves or foil paper and allow to cook until the coco-yam and banana are soft enough for pounding.

Achu and Yellow Soup Preparation. This video shows how to cook the cocoyam and banana https://youtu.be/whHQL0nDvU8
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The long Achu Mortar can also be used to pound the cocoyam and banana, then tie in bundles.
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Bundles of Achu

Pounded coco-yam and banana

The Actual Pounding

When the coco-yam and banana are well cooked,

  • Firstly we peel the tender or young coco-yams and pound.
  • Then pound the banana and mixed with the pounded coco-yam. This is done in about two or more batches depending on the quantity. Each batch is mixed up with the previous one to keep it continuously soft and smooth. At the end of this stage, all the pounded coco-yam and banana are well mixed until it is smooth to form a dough.
  • Water is added if the dough is too tight; otherwise, it is just fine.
  • The softer dough or call it fufu is then removed and tied up in bundles known as bundles of achu.
African Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup Part Two; The Actual Poundinghttps://youtu.be/OIxfvH9E-0w

Yellow Soup Preparation

While the coco-yam and banana are being pounded, the meat and skin is also cooking on the fireplace.

  • Firstly, slice the meat and skin and wash it thoroughly.
  • Secondly, put in a pot and add enough water, salt, and magi.
  • Then, allow to cook until it is soft enough. This can take about thirty to forty-five minutes, depending on the type.
  • Mixed the red palm oil and “Niki” in a bowl or pot till it turns pure yellow.
  • Drain the stock from the meat and pour it in the bowl or pot. Use a second bowl to mixed the soup well by turning it from bowl to bowl till it is pure yellow and thick enough. You can also use a blender to blend if you have one otherwise continue mixing for about two to three minutes, depending on the quantity.
African Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup Part Two; Preparing the Yellow. Achu Soup Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama. African Dish. Recipe and Preparation
African Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup Part Two; Preparing the Yellow. Achu Soup

When these three stages are accomplished then, Achu and Yellow Soup is ready for the table. Yummy!

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Achu and Yellow Soup

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Some health benefits of Achu and Yellow Soup

Considering its ingredients, Achu and Yellow Soup is very rich in

  • Carbohydrates from the coco-yams.
  • Proteins from the meat.
  • Vitamins from red palm oil and vegetable.
  • Fats oils from the red palm oil.
  • Calcium from the yellow soup
  • The yellows soup also fixes minor stomach upsets.
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The quarantine is doing more good than harm. My home skills just got better

The search for recipes has become top of the day, as we see in many search engines. Many people have turned to domestic cooking than ever before because of the quarantine. This attitude, of course, has helped to reduce their family expenses drastically. On my part, in addition to the realization of my backyard garden, I have also discovered that my home skills just got better thanks to the quarantine. I have been able to come out with some typical pastries before I thought only experts could do them well. I also had time to prepare some of my traditional dishes. Here are samples of my homemade stuff during this period of quarantine. My grandchildren have attributed all to grandma, hahaha! Take a look!

Grandma’s yummy bread

Grandma’s yummy cookies

Grandma’s yummy banana cake

Grandma’s yummy pancakes

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Grandma’s yummy beans and pof pof (Mǝku nǝ̀ ǝkarǝ̀)

Grandma’s yummy barbecue (Ǹnà ǹtonǝ)

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Grandma’s yummy roasted fish/chicken and bobolo (Nǝ̀bye bwo ǹgwu ǹtonǝ̀ nǝ̀ mǝ̀nyondo’o) .

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Boiled coco-yams
Pounded coco-yam
Yellow Achu soup

Grandma’s yummy achu and yellow soup (Ə̀ku’u nǝ ǹjya- nikǐ)

Corn-fufu and vegetable

Grandma’s yummy corn fufu and njama-njama (Ə̀banǝ̀ nǝ̀ ǹjyǎ-nkaŋǝ)

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Egusi Soup
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Grilled chicken

Grandma’s yummy yam fufu and egusi soup (ǝbanǝ azu’u nǝ̀ njyǎ-nghǝ̀’ǝ)

Boiled fresh peanuts
Boiled Corn

Grandma’s yummy fresh peanuts and corn (ǹgwàsaŋǝ nǝ̀ mǝnjyǝ̌)

In every disappointment, there is a blessing. Dear friends, endeavor to make the most out of every stressful situation like the one we are experiencing. If you don’t have what you cherish, cherish what you have. We have found ourselves in a case whether we appreciate it or not, we have to live with it so long as we have not got a solution. Step by step, day by day, until God‘s plan, is fully revealed. Let us embrace and fight it positively.

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Advantages of COVID-19 for the future. With high combat on COVID-19 the future seems promising.

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My view

When I look at the whole world as it was some months ago and in the present, I see a promising future where hopes shall be restored, fears disappear, social and public life curbed, businesses well managed, international relations well supervised, world health secured and good home discipline not left out of the great transformation that probably will sprout out of the situation we are living now. With great combat on COVID-19 presently, the future seems promising. Surely these advantages will come to realize if we continue to cooperate in the fight against COVID-19. Up till now, everyone is so conscious and so vigilant of every bit of thing happening around them; however, some people are still to realize the necessity of continuous combat on this virus. So, in seven ways, I have examined this beautiful dream.

  1. A future with restored hopes.
  2. A future with no fears but confidence in the ways things are done.
  3. A future with new approach to social and public life.
  4. A future with well managed businesses.
  5. A future with well supervised and improved international relations.
  6. A future where home security and discipline will be more focused on.
  7. A future with a well secured world health.

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“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you … “

Isaiah 41:10

“Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
I will make a way in the wilderness
and rivers in the desert.”

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My COVID-19 Pentecost Quarantine Mass Experience

My Quarantine Mass Experience

As early as 5:30 AM that morning, I got up, hurried with my morning chores and got myself ready because I never wanted to miss any bit of the Mass. This quarantine style of Mass with my Bishop on Pentecost 2020 was first of its kind in my life as a Christian and as compared to the past when I will follow a one week Pentecost Week program which usually ends with a big Pentecost Mass. My Bishop on TV with a multitude of Christians watching all over the world, tells me, “With God everything is possible”. I preferred the screen at the basement because it was the largest in our home and as usual I started following the Mass deeply as though I was in Church with no knowledge that my daughter was observing me and taking some snap shots with her cell phone.

After the Penitential Rite and the proclamation of the word, came the invocation of the Holy Spirit in a song by the singing minister. As I kneel listening keenly and reflecting on the lyrics of the song, I could feel the presence of the Holy Spirit right in me. Then I prayed asking the Holy Spirit to also touch my family, friends and Christians all over the world who are having the same quarantine experience as I do and bring a powerful solution to the crisis brought upon human beings by the Corona Virus.

The Bishop proceeds with a very lively sermon filled with the spirit of Pentecost. He invites everyone to be open and receive the sanctifying grace of the Holy Spirit as of the first Pentecost for the renewal of the whole world. I was filled with awe as I sat listening to his heart searching sermon.

The beautiful ending of the Bishop’s sermon, “COME HOLY SPIRIT! COME HOLY SPIRIT! COME HOLY SPIRIT!”, was another spirit filled and touching moment that was like the Bishop just pulled the Holy Spirit out from heaven to earth and I felt His powerful presence in the room.

Kneeling before the altar; as I see through the TV, at Consecration, I surrendered myself, my family and the whole world to the Holy Spirit. As I followed the Eucharistic Prayer, I was touched that much was being said about the Holy Spirit that I understood more than before.

Then Came the moment of Spiritual Communion when I recited the prayer with passion, opening the door to let Him enter, “Behold I stand at the door and knock, if anyone hears my voice and opens the door, then I will come into him and will dine with him, and he with me”. Rev 3:20

During Announcements I decided to celebrate Pentecost with my Bishop in this way. His announcements were full of good news on how gradually the Churches are going to open their doors again for Christian worship as a community. Remember, one definition of the Church is “A Community of Christians” and not individual Christians in their homes.

Even Though Christians were not in Church physically, they were Spiritually as you can see our Bishop blessing us as he exits the physically empty Church. There’s a song that says, “One thing I ask of the Lord, one thing I long, to live in the house of God everyday of my life”. Yes, this longing eats up every true Christians at this moment of the Coronavirus pandemic when the Church’s doors are physically closed.

So long as the Spirit lives and moves and renews the face of the earth, so will Mother Earth continue to produce her fruits and take care of her up springs, even though she mourns and groans waiting for the right moment that she will open her mouth and swallow the ugly Corona virus, leaving no trace of it, “The earth helped the woman, and the earth opened its mouth and swallowed up the river which the dragon spewed out of his mouth”. (Rev. 12:16) As you can see, Seeds have sprouted on my quarantine backyard garden. They are growing and flourishing assurance of life and continuity.

Come to think of it, why have we to go through all this quarantine thing? The blame is all on the devilish COVID-19 pandemic. But, remember, “Nothing can separate us from the love of God”, not even the ugly Corona-virus for “… in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loves us”(Rom. 8:35-37). Let’s keep trusting God.

God is great in the firmament

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Pictures and names of Animals

Pictures and names of Animals in Nkwen animated https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXBTPJCtQLQ&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLKYRhQJ1B65SZ5XN1sLjNBk
Fractions; Definition and Types
Mastering The Alphabet 1, 2 and 3; Enabling Reading For Slow Learners E-book Series
Pictures and names of Animals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXBTPJCtQLQ&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLKYRhQJ1B65SZ5XN1sLjNBk
Pictures and Names of Birds
Pictures and Names of Insects
More lessons for kids https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXBTPJCtQLQ&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLKYRhQJ1B65SZ5XN1sLjNBk My Traditional Dish, Achu and Yellow Soup Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama. African Dish. Recipe and Preparation
Music by Taminang Therese and Nkwen Language lessons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc8rWv73yu4&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLL97Zdkho2kVy3FL_3S-5dI The quarantine is doing more good than harm. My home skills just got better With high combat on COVID-19 the future seems promising (Advantages of COVID-19)

Pictures and Names of Birds
Pictures and Names of Insects