Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Friday coffee shop

I've been at the coffee shop trying to catch up on some office stuff since early this morning. Although I often feel a bit behind on office stuff, my current status is more like buried. There are so many new things to do, see, learn, and experience that it is hard to keep up with everything. Some days it's fun, some days it's downright overwhelming.

Garry is loving his new job and finds the challenges mostly invigorating at this point. He has spent a fair amount of time in meetings and has learned a lot about how Moody Aviation functions, the priorities, and some of the challenges we are facing. It's been a huge learning curve, but very rewarding. This week he was involved in Advisory Board meetings, a time for mission aviation organizations to get together with Moody Aviation and Moody Bible personnel to share ideas and vision. These seemed like profitable times as we all move ahead in what God is calling us to do.

Kaleb has been amazing at stepping out of his comfort zone to meet people and experience new things. So far he has met a couple of guys that he hopes to see again, which is a real answer to prayer, and yet an ongoing request as one meeting is too short to determine many things.

Kevin turned 20 and arrived home last week. It's been great to have him around, though coming "home" to a place you've only been for a day is interesting, to say the least. we've been busy trying to finish some projects on the house and he's been trying to get some training done while he's here.