For some strange reason, the post below this one has decided to appear in the RSS feed as though it was published on June 2 rather than on July 13. Crazy. Who knows why…
Another random, and far more concerning issue arose with the arrival of Tim’s tuition bill for his first semester. Poof! scholarships missing, full price bill. Yes, we need to get that figured out since I have the paperwork they gave us with the scholarships listed…
Great things are happening with Verbitude! It was super-encouraging to me to receive 3 project offers from 2 different youth ministry companies in just the first 2 weeks! I’m keeping busy, and doing fun and interesting work. I don’t think it gets much better than that combination and I can’t wait to see what God does with it.
I’m really curious about what will happen to this post in the RSS feed.
I’m looking forward to getting together with some friends on Sunday we haven’t been able to hang out with for a while. Bonus is that we’re hanging out at our local Single-A baseball team’s game. Friends and baseball!!
Speaking of baseball, the Mets won their 9th game in a row yesterday! Of course, now it’s the All-Star Break and it can only remain to be seen if that will help or hurt the winning streak. I’ve just been excited to see them come alive again and playing some really stunning baseball. Though, there is part of my baseball heart I’m holding in reserve… so sad that the broke it so badly last Fall. I know a lot of Mets fans are feeling the same way.
Not sure if I’m going to watch the All-Star events or not…
I’m going to be attending the YS National Youth Workers Convention in Pittsburgh, heading down on October 29 for a few days to participate in some pre-convention stuff and a fun aspect of the convention I’ll share when it gets closer. If you’re from the Capital Disrict area and are interested in carpooling, give me a shout.
I heard that a former student, who is interning in youth work in Belfast, shaved his head for a cancer charity, but moreso to keep a promise to a 9-year-old from the church he’s serving who recently died from leukemia. That just blows me away; I can’t even explain it. I love what God is doing in him!
Praying for a bunch of friends with needs this morning: James, Rachel, Elise, Pat, Jason, the McLanes, the Sheehys, the church fam folks in Belfast, Debbie & John, Torre & Jean, Tara & Rome, and long list of families expecting babies soon.
OK, hit a lull… time to get about the to-do list! Have a great day! (I really am curious to see where this post goes in the RSS feed…)