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Archive for the ‘Training’ Category

“Go into all the World”

August 23, 2009

Written August 16th, 2009 Training ended this morning with a service. There was worship, a message, we took communion, got our TEFL certificates and had a time of commissioning prayer. And so here I sit and never has the great commission rung in my head so loudly and clearly, ‚ÄúTherefore go and make disciples of […]

Training and TeachOverseas/ESI

August 22, 2009

Written August 6th, 2009 I thought it would be good to write a bit about TeachOverseas and what training has been like. First, TeachOverseas is known overseas as Educational Services International. ESI has always been its name, it only changed its name stateside recently to better reflect what they do. I think it has also […]

Yes, there’s a need

July 24, 2009

Note: With my current internet connection my blog website has not been formatting correctly. I have resorted to writing blog entries on my computer until I am able to post them. Sorry for the delays. I will now post them in a semi staggered fashion before catching up with an entry that will focus on […]

Rocking it with some Folk Art

July 13, 2009

Note: I hope to add a couple pictures of the market to this entry and many pictures on facebook by next week, stay tuned. My first weekend in Santa Fe has been awesome. The ultimate highlight was helping run a booth at the International Folk Art Market. This is the premier folk art market in […]

Already in Training

July 9, 2009

I made it to New Mexico safely last night. Thanks for praying everyone. I had to take 3 flights and the second one was delayed to the point that I was postive I was going to miss my connection to Albuquerque. When we landed though I learned my flight was waiting for me and some […]