A lot will happen starting Monday. I’ll be part of a group from the seminary going to Namibia to attend the Lutheran World Federation Assembly. We’ll be there about a week and a half. Then we’ll return and two days after returning I’ll be graduating from Seminary. All while this is going on, I’m in the call process with a congregation, and so soon after graduation, there is a possibility that I will be called as pastor.
That’s a great amount of change in a short period of time.
Yet, when I turn inward, I’m not sure what I feel about all of it. I’m mixed about traveling. I enjoy traveling. I’m not thrilled with the long flight to get to Namibia though. I’m sure once I’m there I’ll love it.
Part of the issue is that I’m in the process of finishing up my class work for the semester – so this has taken most of my attention.
I’m excited to graduate. This was my fifth year of seminary. That’s long enough. It’s time to get out and get going and doind ministry.
I’m excited to complete the call process. It’s gone great and I look forward to serving the church and God’s people.
I’ll see you on the other side.