Thursday Stuffs

June 19, 2008 at 9:59 am 1 comment

My online m*ss*onary community is up to sixteen now, five mature and the others just out of training–a joy to help them.  I’ve been catching up this morning on questions.  I enjoy teaching just as much as I did sharing Christ…and that’s a relief.  I was afraid I’d miss my evangelism time.  Just finished writing next week’s email newsletter.  Those doing training are using some of the newsletters as models to other community leaders, and that’s an honor to hear about as I returned to town. 

This morning, The Hub helped me move the piano before he left for work so that I can get back to taking down chair-rail and spackling the hole left there to finish painting that half of that room.  It’s a pretty golden-carmel color I wasn’t sure I liked at first, but now, it’s everyone’s fav!  I can’t wait to see the books OUT of the entry hall stacked in the floor!  I tripped over them the other night, forgetting they were there and nearly broke my neck.

I love the open sound of the piano away from the wall as I was just practicing/trying to learn “Running” by chord chart today by Christ for the Nations Institute for worship on Sunday.  Here it is if you want a preview:

They get into it for 10 minutes.  I doubt we will go that long!  However, I could take it for that long if there worship were as good as this video! 

I need to sweep down the pool and get to business.  The Hub and I want to do some furniture-looking this afternoon.  I won’t say “shopping” because we never seem to really know how to buy things that match and go together, but we are ready to enjoy the process again of looking!  After four years living here with some rooms still rather empty, we are ready to get some “stuff” I guess!

 

 

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Entry filed under: Daily Magnanimity.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. blueraindrop  |  June 19, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    i had to laugh at “m*ss*onary”… but i completely understand why. lol!!

    though, the ones ending up on sites looking for the other reason are probably good candidated for needing this reason.

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