Today marks the start of a new year: preschool begins at the Training Station and Carolyn starts her new teaching job.  She’s teaching three-year-olds three afternoons a week.  A new school year also means more time in the office and more interaction with preschool families.  It’s always exciting to enter a new season!

This morning I was hanging out with some of the preschool parents after school started.  One of them has a one-year-old daughter, and she took her first steps while she was there!  It was pretty cool.  It’s exciting to be there for something like that.  She kept walking and walking and walking–she’s enjoying her new skill!

Two other exciting things that mark the coming of a new year: One is that we’ll soon be back into a Bible book sermon series.  The first Sunday in October we’ll begin a seven-week series on Revelation.  I’m looking forward to that one!  The second new thing is a new community group that Carolyn and I are starting at our house.  It’s been a few months since we’ve been in a community group, and it will be so nice to get back into that.

Hopefully another new thing will be the resuscitation of this blog….

I love fall!

Published in: on September 9, 2009 at 10:08 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. What’s a “community group?”

  2. Good question! A community group is a small group of people who are intentional about doing life together. We meet together regularly to talk about what’s going on in our lives, encourage each other, pray, study the Bible, eat, and have fun. It’s the best context in which the Christian life is lived out, although non-Christians are as welcome as anybody. (We don’t check Christian IDs at the door or anything.)

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