Technology is moving so quickly right now that it remains our challenge to keep up-to-date with all the ways it can be used for the Kingdom. I am so thankful for the techies who serve in our mission to make these things possible. We need more of them!
Thursday, December 06, 2012
We have faced a heavy travel schedule for me this autumn. Teaching via tele-conferencing has allowed me to still invest in many more places without being away from home so much. Both Heidebeek, Holland, and Lausanne, Switzerland, have linked up recently for a week of input. A few months ago I taught this way “in” Mexico and “in” New Zealand, but I was often teaching early in the morning or very late at night due to the time differences.
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I have had the extra opportunities this autumn to preach in different churches. A few times in our own church here in the Midlands; in my home church in Hove; a dear friend’s church in Worcester; and a Shropshire church were some of the congregation have enrolled in our on-line SBS programme.
Past students of mine have set up a “DIY Bible Study” course through their church in Sheffield – and over 100 people have signed up! What a privilege to travel there two nights to teach the book of Deuteronomy to this eager crowd.
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During November I had a wonderful teaching trip to Honolulu and Mexico. Yes, the weather was wonderful and Hawaii continues to be beautiful. Our school there has a gifted leader how is working on make the school bi-lingual - English and Japanese. If you know Honolulu, you will know how appropriate this is. It was a thrill to be able to encourage this pioneer school.
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