Today I realized that I exchange my money at The Downtown Virgins Forex Bureau. These sometimes strange biblical references are all over Cape Coast and it's hard to walk down a street without seeing 4 or 5 at the very least. Since I see so many of them I've compiled a list of some of my favorites: Jehovah Jireh fashion; Jesus Says Catering Pastries Specialist; and my personal favorite, El Shaddai hair do. It gets funnier when there is a misspelling, which tends to happen a lot. One of the most popular errors: Except God. Same sound, different sentiment. Another good one that I saw on someone's shirt: Jesus is my closed friend. I'm not sure how you mess that one up, but what can I say, stranger things happen in Ghana. There is no doubt Ghanaians are religious people. Predominantly Christian, it's not uncommon to hear gospel or religious hip life music in cabs or be told to "Go with God" or "God Bless." Many cabs have stickers across the back window as well, spelling out religious sentiments that can become hard to understand when half of the letters have peeled off. As poor as many Ghanaians are in material goods, they are seemingly rich in hope and love for the Lord. I am going to try to get to a church service before I come home. I've been past quite a few that sound like parties and I've heard they can last through most of the day. One thing is for sure though, I have yet to meet a rude or mean Ghanaian. I definitely think Americans can take a lesson on manners and faith from the people of Ghana.