At the end of November Judi and I returned to Kona after being on the road for two months. It’s great to be home again. The sunsets are always beautiful. We had the privilege of having a Korean choir from our Kona campus sing the Hallelujah Chorus in Korean to us. It gave me goose…
From Kansas we were able to stop in California on our way home to celebrate my mother’s 98th birthday. It was great for those of my siblings in the San Jose area to come celebrate with us.
On November 11th Judi and I went to Kansas City to participate in a conference at Cross Points Church there. After the conference we were able to celebrate Thanksgiving with Judi’s family living in the area.
On November 4th Judi and I traveled back from Paris to California. Fortunately we had the privilege of traveling back on the same flight as our son Daniel, his wife Kim and their baby Eliana. They were going for a two-week vacation and we were able to travel together. We so enjoyed having our granddaughter…
From Biarritz we traveled to the eastern side of France to teach a week seminar in Lyon.
The following week we taught a week seminar in Biarritz, in the south west corner of France, on the Atlantic sea coast. This town is a haven for surfers from around the world.
About a two hour drive from St Paul-trois-Chateaux we taught a week seminar at the St Hippolyte du Fort center in southern France in the Cevennes region. This class was a combination of two groups, a group from St Paul-trois-Chateaux that joined us there and the group from St Hippolyte du Fort.
In France we began in Paris by meeting individually with several teams working there. At the end of the week we met with all of them together. From there we took the train south to St. Paul-trois-Chateaux in the Provence region, where the training center hosted an “open house” to highlight the completion of two…
, At the end of September Judi and I departed for Europe, beginning in Italy, where we visited our son Daniel and his family, before going on to France. In Italy, not only enjoying a few days with family, but going for gelato was a must.
At the end of the ANAG DTS outreach to Papua New Guinea (PNG), the students returned to Kona for a week of debriefing before moving on to what’s next in their lives. Different ones shared about what took place during their time in PNG and then we closed with a graduation luncheon at our house.