An assortment of things

I’m going to start with a few prayer requests: 1) for the Fl team traveling back tonight 2) for me to be more fully present here, trusting the Lord in all things and 3) for the Greek Bible College who is always struggling to find space and finances and favor with the Greek gov’t, it seems.

Library: This is what my screen has looked like this last week, but yesterday Kelsey and I finished recording ISBNs for all the donated books!

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Funny story from yesterday: Kelsey and I got locked in our room. Not kidding. We went back to the room for a short break after lunch and ended up getting stuck inside because the lock on the door broke or was missing a bolt or something. So…Kelsey hid under the blankets to avoid the problem while we both used Facebook and twitter to ask those at the college if someone would please come let us out 🙂 It didn’t take too long before we were “rescued” and we had our door lock fixed. No harm done (except that I interrupted Kelsey in her nap…sorry!).

And then today we went to Delphi (the place of the famous oracle–the place everyone around Greece came for prophecies about battles and other things in the ancient world…esp between 400 BC and 400 AD). It was our last day touring with the Florida group, who leaves at 3 am from here tonight, and it was a great day. The museum and the historical site were very interesting, beautiful…it was good. Here are some pics:

Fragments of this letter from Emperor Claudius in 52 AD are what help us know that Paul was in Corinth in that time b/c the letter references Gallio from Acts 18

Fragments of this letter from Emperor Claudius in 52 AD are what help us know that Paul was in Corinth in that time b/c the letter references Gallio from Acts 18

the Athenian treasury at Delphi

the Athenian treasury at Delphi

the mountains were absolutely stunning and the smell of pine reminded me of Colorado

the mountains were absolutely stunning and the smell of pine reminded me of Colorado

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