“I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me – the task of testifying to the gospel of God’s grace.?” ~Acts 20:24
The weekend was good, it was nice to get home and to spend some time with the family, get the last couple things I needed before heading off to East Asia this week, and just being able to escape school for a while. As for this week? I?m really looking forward to having the first half done with.
Today is Monday (well by a couple minutes anyway) and I’ll find out if I got the position of RA up at wigen hall on north campus. If I did then that means a lot of craziness happening in my week. Here is the break down, if I get the job then I need to move in this week on either Tuesday or Wednesday. That’s right, very soon. The position is effective immediately. I have boxes sitting in my room that I will fill up if I get the call telling me it’s a go, otherwise I guess they’ll head back next time I head home. I’ve been praying that my application would be accepted and that I would be up there. That the lord would be able to use me in the lives of the students on my floor and on north campus.
On top of that, Monday is always crazy for me. Just the fact that I have a completely booked night from 3:30pm until around 9:30 or 10:00pm and I’ll need to pack in there as well before moving on Tuesday (would rather move Tuesday so that I don’t leave everything until Wednesday) and I also have a couple hours of meetings on Tuesday as well. I’m also more or less packed right now which should help later in the week.
That brings me to my next point, this time next week I’ll be waking up to do ministry in East Asia. Here is the tricky part, you don’t just wake up in a country half way around the world, you need to travel there. Which is precisely what we’ll be done on early Thursday for about 20-24 hours. We’re going to meet up at Aprils house on Wednesday night and then head to the airport after some early morning go-karting and no sleep!! It’s really to help adjust to the 12/13 hr time difference. Man it’s going to be weird.
I won’t be able to update while I’m over there, but I’ll still probably be writing there and will back-post when I get back stateside. Plus I will have my journals along so you can count on me getting a lot written in them as well. I’m going to sleep.
Seek him for your tomorrow,