Yesterday was one of those days where everything on my to-do list did not get done; so her are my Friday Reflections on a Saturday.
Hard to believe, but another school year is drawing to an end for us. Finals are next week and the Ken's Sabbatical begins! My job has been renewed for another school year. The astronomy outreach program I work for is really growing-there is even an article in the June issue of Sky and Telescope about us. Currently we have five asteroid search campaigns running with 79 schools from around the world participating. Exciting Times!! Things will slow down for the summer, but then in the fall there is talk of doubling our current load. My boss keeps telling me it is about to get busy.
New on My Site This Week:
Bible Reading: Day 119-Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good!
Daily Bible Reading; Day 120-Walk in a manner worthy of your calling
Daily Bible Reading: Day 121-Clear contrasts between those chosen by God and those facing His wrath.
Daily Bible Reading: Day 122-Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.
Daily Bible Reading: Day 123-There's that verse we women love to hate.
Happenings in the Quilt Studio- a project that I have been working on for months is finally finished and it came with a surprise.
From Around the Web:
God, the Gospel, and the Gay Challenge- Al Mohler has written a response to Matthew Vines' book God and the Gay Christian. At the end of this article there is a link to download Mohler's book for free.
What You Can Learn from Calvin and Hobbes about the Message and the Medium-"The only appropriate media for communicating the gospel are lives and words. Christians have to wrap themselves up in the good news of Jesus Christ, live that mystery together in the fellowship of the church, and give the world something worth seeing. And they have to explain it in the form of sound doctrine, explaining biblical truth, making the message clear as only words can. There is a strong temptation these days to seek refuge in the claim that “my life is my testimony,” as if a set of behaviors could take the place of preaching, teaching, witnessing, and the host of other verbal interactions the New Testament is about. But the gospel is wordy, just as it is lifey. It just isn’t very bumper stickery."
A New Sew Along with EQ7-Starting Monday Electric Quilt is doing a sew along that offers to help us all learn to use their EQ7 software for quilt design. My schedule will not allow me to do this, sigh, there is so much more I know I could do with this software. I hope they will do it again in the future.
I am a wife, a mother, a quilter, and most of all a follower of Jesus Christ.
Join me on facebook
Follow me on Twitter