It’s been yet another busy week. We’ve started Servant Walk, our Sunday morning video curriculum, again after a couple weeks off of filming for Christmas and New Year. If you’re really interested in looking at some of the early attempts at video teaching by yours truly, hop over to YouTube and check out what we’ve done.
Next week, I’ll get back to teaching my two large group bible studies. We’ll finish up with the women’s study of Romans, and the men will be beginning studying Acts of the Apostles. Since our director of missions just took a new position as the director of mission for the Alabama West-Florida conference, I’ve been getting more of the assistance calls in the missions area, sometimes as many as three or four a day. We’ll have our first mission council meeting of the new year on Tuesday.
I’m also beginning preparations for my D.Min. project which begins the first week of Lent (a virtual classroom for the Servant Walk curriculum), getting ready to develop the parents class for confirmation in my spare time, and leading a Service of Death and Resurrection (Funeral) on Monday.
Since I don’t have anything else going on, I’ve also switched to a Mac! I was given a 1.67 GHz PowerBook G4 awhile back, and I finally upgraded the RAM to 2GB and a friend installed Leopard on it. It’s pretty darn fast now, and I’m loving it. I look forward to using Keynote instead of Powerpoint and see how that goes.
So, that’s what’s going on in my world! Anything going on in yours?