lundi 26 avril 2004

A long journey

Well, graduation has come and gone. There are people I probably won't see again and others who will remain in town. One of my beloved friends, who was a youth intern when I used to be in youth group will likely be moving to another province. Another friend will be moving to the States to pastor a church. It's strange that I won't see them in the hallways at school again or run into them in the student lounge. I'm sad but excited for these people and the ministry opportunities that lie ahead of them. Perhaps I'll run into them again in the future somehow.

I'm still busy even though school is over. I'm going to finish two assignments tonight (almost halfway through!) and get ready for my spring class this year. I hope it won't be as strenuous as last year, although if I don't find a job soon, I guess I don't have an excuse for why my papers aren't done yet. I'm extremely anxious about this summer because I have no clue what's going on, but I also have a deep-rooted sense of peace knowing that God will provide for me in His way.

Since it's pretty much likely that I'm returning to my college next year, I'm probably going to end up switching majors. I really can't see myself as a youth pastor. As much as I love being with youth, I don't think that's what God is calling me to do. I'm contemplating about this new program that will be offered in the fall and will probably go into it. Apparently, I'm the perfect candidate for it ;) but again, I'll have to wait on God. What a year though; I have to say, He has brought me through quite a bit! Even looking back at some old posts, I can't believe that I've gone through all that, with the grace of God..

"...And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." - Matthew 28:20b

[Listening to: Moon River {From Breakfast at Tiffany's} - Nic Raine - Pure Cinema Classics Disc 1 (03:11)]

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