Monday, January 21, 2008

Yup, yup, the school semester has started. And we already have homework. This weekend we started up the old routine of sitting on the couch with textbook or notebook in hand. While this should be a somewhat easier semester than most (thankfully!) it is still a school semester.

On the bright side, Joshua and I have started a Perspectives Course on Sunday nights. This is put on by the US Center for World Mission and is basically about the world Christian movement. We learn about what God is doing around the world, what His plan has been since the beginning, and what our part in the big story can be. We've only had 2 nights so far, but we love it! We love learning about other cultures and learning about the Bible, so this should be a good combination for us. Last night we were taught "The Story of His Glory," which was a really cool explanation, in story form, of the Bible, expressing God's work and plan from the beginning to the promised end. Wow, talk about exciting! We have met other people who are interested in missions and other people who are just wanting to learn more about God's work. And we love meeting new people with common interests.
If you want to know more about Perspectives go to:

Okay, I'm going to get to work on something...
Have a great day!

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