A few days ago I asked Baylor for a good morning hug. She slowly backed away and responded, “But… you see… I’m really so pretty. And pretty people don’t give hugs. [Long pause.] You know… I only give kisses to everybody.”
She then leaned in and gave me a kiss… without a hug.
Where does my daughter learn these things?! Does Dora teach that the attractive among us don’t embrace? “Yo soy hermosa. No hay un abrazo para ti, Boots!”
And since when is giving kisses to EVERYBODY an action that can be qualified with the word only?
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Tomorrow I’m going to Mwakiwasha village to teach the Discovery Bible Study process and Church Planting Movements. I’m posting today, partly to (as per usual) let you guys know what we’re up to in Geita, but mostly to ask you to pray over the seminar.
[If you don’t care to read about my plans for evangelism in the villages surrounding Geita, I understand — this is a long post. But please skip to the end and pray over the requests I’ve listed. I very much would appreciate that.]
There will be representatives present from four or five churches in the area, totaling 12-20 people. We will begin the seminar with worship on Sunday evening and then three days of classes, likely four classes per day with a time of worship each evening.
The first things I’ll teach (and briefly) are:
- Why group Bible study is important (vs. a lone teacher)
- Why obedience-based Bible study is important (vs. knowledge-based)
- How to do an oral inductive Bible study (a sort of 3-column Bible study)
The reason I’m wanting to teach the above subjects quickly is that once we’ve worked through the above material, the remainder of the seminar’s studies will be done in small groups using the inductive Bible study method. I will very much limit my actual teaching beyond initially touching on these three subjects. Continue reading