Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Twelve Hour Turnaround

I woke up this morning not unlike many of the past mornings thinking, "Didn't I just go to sleep???" The nights seem to be rather short these days. I had class until 10 PM last night and now I have to turn around and be on the road by 9 AM. I was joking with my friend David the other day and told him my life is just 12 hour turnaround. He said that was a cool name for a band and now if anybody takes it I have proof that it was my idea. All kidding aside, my schedule sucks this semester. I travel the 28 miles to Concordia University Irvine every day and sometimes twice, depending on responsibilities at Church. I can't tell you how happy I am that I own a Prius. That car has saved us a ton of $$$, not to mention the cool sticker that lets me go solo in the carpool lane. Without that thing it would take me well over 90 min to make the 28 mile commute on the darn 405. As far as my classes go, they are not that bad. I like the pace of my Hebrew class. When I had Greek it was compacted and very intense. This class moves at a much easier pace and is easier to follow and not get behind. My class on church polity has been good and informative, but not a brain stretcher. I start a class on Historical Theology next week. There is a ton of reading for it but it should be fun. I have been looking forward to this class. I started teaching two new classes at church. One is on evangelism and the other is on Christian Mentoring. They are going well so far. I have been "the guy" the past two weeks with Pastor Kevin being in Germany. Thank the Lord there has been no big things. We have had our share of people in the hospital, but God in his mercy has not called any of them home (yet). That is about all right now. My life revolves around school, church, and sleep. If you see a white Toyota zooming down the 405 in the carpool lane, just wave and say a prayer for me. Talk to you all later.

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