Just another quick blog update to let you know that you can now sign up for my monthly missions e-newsletter, which will have updates on what is going on here at School of the Bible, both stories and pictures. This is different content than what is on this blog. This newsletter will be sent out towards the end of each month. I hope you enjoy it! 🙂
First off, please accept my apologies for the lack of blog updates lately. Life has been a bit busy, and I have also been focusing primarily on my first e-book (more information to come in the future), though I have plenty of ideas to blog about! Hoping to start updating this blog more regularly again though.
I also wanted to say a big thank you to all my readers, for your support and encouragement.
Finally, I wanted to announce that I will soon be launching a monthly e-newsletter with specific updates on what I am doing each month at School of the Bible. This content will be different than what is posted on the blog, so keep your eyes peeled, as I will be adding a subscription option for that in the very near future.
Have a great day!
I just finished watching a video on youtube of some kind of flash mob doing Christmas caroling at a mall. Amazing voices, surprised smiles, and spontaneous involvement by onlookers there, along with the requisite number of people filming the whole thing on their phones as it happened. (Ah, the joys of modern technology. 😉 )
Note: this is a bit of a flashback post, as it was written a year or so ago, but I think it still rings true.
It’s Christmas, the “most wonderful time of the year.” My favorite season. I’ve been doing some unexpected thinking this Christmas though-thoughts that came from an odd combination of hearing Christmas songs, and reading a friend’s facebook postings describing the current development of their unborn baby. Oftentimes the descriptions I hear about Christ coming to earth, either in song or word, make it sound as if it was just a quick step out of Heaven. A long step, yes. A drastic, humbling step. But just a step. As if one minute He was in heaven, and the next minute He was that little baby in the manger.
I had a minor disaster earlier this week. A friend accidentally knocked a vase full of water onto my laptop. Sadly, aforementioned laptop could not be resurrected, and I am now on the hunt for a replacement. (any and all donations will be gladly accepted 😉 Only joking…kind of… 😉 )
I know that sometimes computers can be salvaged after water is spilled on them, so it was an “interesting” time for me, attempting different methods.
Serving the Invisible
As I reach out to those down-and-out in the inner city where I live, I’m always taken back by how many of them feel invisible.