Sunday, August 13, 2006

Greetings from Colorado

So, I'm in Copper Mountain, Colorado for the stint Global Briefing.

I think it's going to be great. I checked into my little room at "the Edge" which smells slightly of wet dog but overall is quite nice. I met with my leadership team to pray and prepare for the stinters' arrival.

And I ate half a burrito today, which always makes for a good day.

I did say goodbye to my family, though, which inevitably makes for a sad day.

Tomorrow the stinters start to arrive. I'm speaking in the evening about "Legacy"... the legacy we find ourselves in as Christians, as missionaries, as human beings. I'm really feeling like the Lord has plans to show up this week, and I am excited about. You know what I mean by "show up" right? Not like he isn't here already.

And, bonus-- we're sharing the conference center with a group of vacationing Hassidic Jews! No, really! It's awesome.


  1. Really!? Hassidic Jews? Sweet! I hope I get to meet some.

  2. Anonymous6:23 PM

    hey, say hi to my brother for me! his name is peter, and he's coming to sz (how cool is that?). he looks just like me....except bigger, darker and male...