Hampton Inn Chicago/Gurnee
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... sleep on our overnight trek from Depew to Chicago) then Sunday Audrey Laura and I rode the L back to downtown ("the loop") to visit millennium park and Chicago's famous Art Institute, and had some delicious vegan food at a new chain called native foods cafe downtown. In the interest of brevity and to spare my thumbs I'll spare you the minute details and go straight to the pictures! Were also almost in St Paul, so I have time constraints ...
Night 0: Pre-packin Jefferson Park, Chicago, IL I feel like a wildebeest sometimes. Certain times of the year engender in me an urge to move. I think I know what gets me moving in June. That much is obvious: the school year is finally over. I love my job teaching history, and teach history to my own kids when my students disappear in June, but the politics and pressure of the school makes me feel like I'm holding my breath all year and by this ...
... Math minds don't like to leave details hanging out there in space.
Dan and Jana Eads, the missionaries we support, were more than happy to have us visit, and Brian Sherwin, along with two of his children, Anna and Stephen, volunteered to join us for the journey. The goal of this trip is for us to have maximum exposure to missionary life in a third world setting; in addition, we want to encourage and serve the families and ...
... and now great grandchild but Faye is quick and proud to share pictures and stories of each.
So back to Jodi & Tom's and then on to St Charles, to Jess and Aaron's new home for a day or two. Then the Odyssey is off to Michigan after that.
By the way, our rig - from here on ...
... open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ, for which I am in chains" (Colossians 4:3).
6. Fruitfulness. Paul, like all missionaries, was concerned about church growth. He wanted to see the gospel spread and be accepted. "Finally, brothers, pray for us that the message of the Lord may be spread rapidly and be honored, just as it was with you" (2 Thessalonians ...