We are in the midst of a new stage with The Mission’s School. Change is exciting, not always pleasant, but when the processes starts rolling, it also becomes clear that it’s a necessity to be able to explore new areas.
Now we have lessons with two groups, one for beginners and one for veterans. I am pleased to see the enthusiasm of our new students and the devotion of the students who choose to take on something new with us and continue to develop in their ministries.
Change is necessary to be able to receive more blessing. We prepare ourselves as best we can and know that with God’s grace, this can turn into something really awesome.
And yes, I am a blessed woman. Like yesterday when wonderful company was topped up with the neighbor surprising us with buñuelos. And in realizing that I had had cravings for precisely those deep-fried pastries (a desire I had not even cared to mention for it to be fulfilled) once more I got the confirmation that I have a Dad who knows his daughter and has a sense for the details that’ll make a regular rainy Monday night feeling like something out of the ordinary.