Cindy and Luke were rear-ended Sunday Night. 🙁 They are ok. Cindy’s neck is sore. It wasn’t very sore at first, but it is getting worse, so I am sending her to the doctor tomorrow. Luke shows no sign of injury, but we’re watching him close. He never seemed to notice that anything out of the ordinary was going. Oh, the joy of childlike innocence 🙂 I am very thankful that they are ok. The car has seen better days, though. There have been enough car accidents in my family and in our church lately that I did not need this reminder. But perhaps for others this can grant three important lessons: Express your love to family daily. Drive carefully. Pray.
This post is part of a series telling about my experience with the Board of Ordained Ministry. Other posts in the series are listed in the yellow box at the end of this post. This committee makes sure that you thoroughly understand United Methodist doctrine. This is where a good seminary education will come in handy. Out of all of the committees, this was the one that I was most scared of meeting. I was worried that they would quiz me on 3rd century bishops, or have me describe the differences between the theologies of some obscure theologians that I had not studied. My written responses to the doctrine questions that are posed by the Book of Discipline took almost 50 pages (double spaced). I aswered each question thoroughly, and
07:23 Prayer thought: Everyone affected by the fires in Australia. # 07:26 I have Teaching Parish this morning. After that, I visit my friendly neighborhood accountant to do my taxes. # 20:08 Played too hard with the boys in the yard. I’m tired out and relaxing. Cindy and I are about to watch "How I Met Your Mother." # Collected from my tweets and automatically posted by LoudTwitter.