Where did October go?

The older I get, the faster time seems to go by.  This month as flown by, though it isn’t quite over yet.  I had a lot of work to finish as I prepared to transition from the Internet Technology Group to the Global Technology Office.  As you can see, they both have the same middle name and that is very appropriate.  I think I got everything done that I needed to do, but it was right down to the wire.

That meant I didn’t really put in the prep time I should have for our trip to Phoenix.  But God is good and helps us out despite our shortcomings.  We’ve had a good visit so far and have some more to do before we head home.  It’s tough to tell who is enjoying this more – the grandkids or the grandparents – but both groups are so happy to see one another.

When we get back, it will be a time of getting started on a new Global HR project as well as continued work on raising much needed support.  Please pray for us, that we would be diligent and effective on both fronts.

Faculty Commons at work

The main CCCI web site has a great story up right now about Walter “Dub” Lane and his work in Mexico City as a Christian economics professor.  Ingrid and I had the pleasure of meeting Dub when we were last in Mexico and I can tell you that he is a great guy.  (Our time there happened to coincide with him and a few other professors that were there as well – we all met at an event put on by Enfoque Mexico)  I’m thrilled that I can point you to this well written story (a lot better than I could do) that will give you a small window into one of the many Crusade ministries.  Many incredible stories like this are being written in people’s lives all over the globe every day.