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Sometimes It Feels Like a Dream

I have been thinking about when I should write another blog entry. Should I do it while I am still officially the principal of Greater Grace Christian Academy? Should I do it when I am a missionary in Korea? Or should I do it during the two week in-between time when I am neither principal nor missionary? Well, I am writing now while I am still the principal, and this may be my last blog entry in this position. It is Thursday afternoon during GGWO International Convention week, and I am in my office alone while many others are watching a World Cup match between Team USA and Team Germany down at the other end of the plaza in one of the MVC&S classrooms. I can hear the voices of the vacation Bible school teachers down the hall where they are enjoying their respite from the little children they have been ministering to this week. They sound a bit giddy, the giddiness the byproduct of tiredness, and they are becoming more like the children they work with than the adults they are. It ha…

Days of Grace

I can see the sun beginning to peek over the horizon this Sunday morning as I begin to write, and it looks like it will be another lovely day. This past week was filled with lovely days every day but Monday. Monday I was confined to my home without any strength trying to fight off a cold. But Tuesday...

 Ah! Tuesday was kindergarten graduation day, and the youngest GGCA students lit up the chapel with their songs and smiling faces. What a blessing it was to hear them recite scripture, pray, and, at the end, thank me for whatever had endeared me to them. I remember them saying, "Thank you for holding the door for us," and "Thank you for loving us," among other things. They gave me a journal, a pen, and a bag of gummy worms and were mightily pleased with themselves, especially for the gummies they included in the gift bag.

Wednesday morning was our final upper school chapel day. I had finished the elementary chapel skits the week before with our funny gummy worm-phobic…