The air-con is cooling … it’s REALLY hot outside. The course is flowing smoothly much better than I expected. Maybe I was “pressurizing” myself too much 😛 Very good students … open conversations … probing deeper … exploring new frontiers … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2006
“Gareth is progressing well. He is very confident in class. He expresses himself well in English. Participates in all the class activities. Recognizes numbers 1 to 5, letters a to l. Enjoys matching, sorting and jig-saw puzzles. Likes to look … Continue reading
“Ten minutes of silent prayer each day will alter your life.” ~ Henri Nouwen After entering the three crazy week phase, slowly moving into week two next monday with the course I’m teaching in STM, the stuff here in The … Continue reading
*warning* – Long post ahead .. I thought I better quickly put down my thoughts before it’s too late:-) Alwyn has already captured his angle of the meeting in Four Portraits, One Lord, I think it’s worth while to re-post … Continue reading
“The mission of the church is to love Jesus. Everything else is just strategy.” ~ Mark Allan Powell (via Willzhead) I think my mind is still occupied with the first play for the Runaway Bride last sunday by the Footstool … Continue reading
Since “Da Vinci code” is cracking the box-office and I have three weeks of “craziness” ahead of me … I can wait for the DVD. 😛 It’s so good to start the day with Sacred Space something just “happens” when … Continue reading
N.T. Wright and Anne Rice: Writing Our Way to God What if I’m not a “Left Behind” or “Da Vinci Code” Kind of Christian (and also not a “Jesus Dynasty” fan?) 🙂 Pursuing Wholeness in Community This is such a … Continue reading
Get this video and more at MySpace.com this morning’s music video time has been therapeutic and restful. I liked the idea how the young sounding music mixed with the able older looking juggler. The audience support/participation was good too.
Gareth and I had a great time watching this while enjoying his meatfloss bread and my coffee.
I’ve always treasured every time I hear those vows spoken (in this case practised) by the couple. During a conversation today, I mentioned that often it’s what we have said in these vows that carry us through rough patches. Saying … Continue reading