Wednesday, May 18, 2011


I haven't written in this space because I literally have had no time to do so. These last several days have been a blur, but a good blur, positive vibe.

This afternoon after a T2 meeting at the Cottrills, we loaded up the van (again) and cruised downtown with the Corban team, David and son Daniel. After negotiating a detour downtown and battling typically aggravating Mexico City traffic, we arrived at the hotel, which has been converted into a Howard Johnsons, and the price raised accordingly. After getting checked in, Paul Johnson and the group walked to the Ciudadela, a complete block of shopping nirvana. Then back to the hotel for a walk in the evening to the zocalo. I said my goodbyes and left for the airport.

I met Robert Loffler at Terminal 2 around 7:20 p.m. Robert is a Moody student who was born in Paraguay. His mother is an MK. He will be with us for 6 weeks, staying with Matt and Alyssa Miller for the duration of his time here. His focus will be on teaching the Bible to the youth group and mens group, as well as preaching a Sunday while here, and helping out with the devotions during the internship time.

It occurred to me today that the internship time starts a week from today. Are we ready??? Am I ready? No...but we will be!

The ladies had an evangelistic prayer breakfast will over 20 women present, including 4 new ladies, which is the main purpose of these meetings. Several of them made professions of faith. Although professions of faith are significant, they don't really "count" until we see the desire for discipleship, growth and baptism. It's too easy to make a profession...but it's not so easy to be a disciple.

I continue to be impacted by my reading in Organic Leadership.

Well, that's about it for tonight...

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