Down from the Mountain
June 9, 2007, 12:28 pm
Filed under: friends, school

Yesterday I returned from being away for the week on Mt. Hood in Oregon for school. We stayed at the historic and beautiful Timberline Lodge – ’twas a good, good week.

It had been almost a year since the last time I saw most of my school chums, so that was cool. I’m honored to be a part of such a great group of people, and this week, many friendships went to a deeper, richer level. So many good stories, great laughs (one guy talked about what a great ab workout he got from laughing so much), shared experiences. Oh yeah, and it snowed . . . we basically couldn’t go outside for two days because it was snowing with about a 35mph wind. It didn’t accumulate much, but we were stuck inside – which gave us more time for conversation.

The classroom end of things was pretty decent, too. Interesting discussions – nothing too shockingly profound for me, but I’m always up for good theological conversation with cultural insight and bits of missiology thrown in.

I’m definitely glad to be home – it’s hard to be away for more than a couple days. Sleep is nice . . . definitely nice.


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