|The party of three, on our way up|
|Yes, we do like having fun|
|A random car we saw in Banff... Rebekah, remember Worldview Academy?|
|Sarah and I... and a little patch of snow!|
|I like heart-shaped cookies. =)|
|What do good Bible College students do when they climb a mountain? Read the Bible! Isaiah was the author of choice.|
|Yes, we did try on the hats and not buy them... excuse the red eye... obviously the camera did not flash twice.|
|French-pressed coffee and fudge! We visited a new coffee shop in Canmore, and brought some fudge from the Rocky Mountain Candy Company. =) Yum!|
|Sarah and Vanessa, the city girls.|
|Oh yeah, the day ended with us pushing the car home... woot.|
So there ya go. We succeeded in having fun... whaddaya know?
I don't remember whether I mentioned what classes I was taking last term... and I'm too lazy to go back and check. But this term I'm taking Theology of Worship and Current Topics in Missions. I'm pretty stoked for those classes, 'cause I love studying theology, and missions is my "thing". As an interesting coincidence, the sermon this morning was on worship. Briefly summed up, Pastor Greg talked about how worship is the outflow of our relationship with God through Christ which is enabled by the Holy Spirit. Interesting quote that I wrote down: "You can worship in the midst of any circumstance except sin." There were another few interesting quotes, but along non-serious lines... "When I grow up, I want to be a firetruck"... "you can come up here and hug a pumpkin"... "are you a pumpkin kicker?"... but those, like I said, were not so serious. Gotta love a preacher with a sense of humor!
It snowed here on Friday... beautiful flaky white stuff. We only got about 1 1/2 inches, but it's still around. That tells you how cold it's been lately. Seems that winter has officially arrived. We'll see if I get around to putting up pictures of the snow. Maybe later when there's more of it.
Well, there ya go. I'm still alive, still doing school, loving life and the friends I have here, and reading good books. Until next time,