(2nd post of the day – in an effort to make up for yesterday’s fail.)
Today we had sunshine and 15 degree temperatures. I always love the comedy of the first ‘warm’ day after a long winter.
Newcastle was full of boys in shorts and flip flops, and girls in summer dresses and bare legs, and it felt like every patch of grass was festooned with sunbathing students.
I have a soft spot in my heart for TSCF because my friend, Gillian (I’ve put a link here, but really, she hasn’t blogged in 7 MONTHS – Goose, if you’re reading this, how about a wee update?), works for them. Gillian is one of my favourite people, and I miss her very much – my loss is definitely New Zealand’s gain – so it was lovely to hear about the work that’s going on where she is, and to see a brief glimpse of her smiling face.
I love to hear about other IFES movements and what they’ve got going on – it’s so exciting and encouraging, and makes me rejoice in the awesomeness of what God is doing around the world.
In summary: Hooray for IFES and TSCF – Reaching Students for Christ | he akonga ki nga akonga hei ara whakawhiti mo te Karaiti