Monday thought download

It looks like I’m gonna be taking classes this fall.  For real.  For seminary.  Liberty University DLP MDiv.  Lotsa letters.  I honestly have no idea how this is going to work.  It looks like, starting in September (you know, when classes get into full swing…) I’ll be working just about every Saturday.  So I guess I’ll be doing my reading and writing…sometime.

I am usually the person who hands things in (not necessarily school work, but work-work and ministry-work) ahead of schedule.  I had two things that I had to do for church in the past week, and I was either a week past my deadline or right down to the wire.  I don’t like that.  I am going to have to learn to manage my time better, or things could get complicated.

Today I asked (told) my boss that I would really like the opportunity to work full time on our training center(s) when that position becomes available.  I love working with our faculty and with the trainee doctors.  Of course I have to learn more about our products, but that should be no problem.  It could be a very busy position (which would be amazing) that could involve quite a bit of travel (hopefully.)

Stuff is happening on just about every front of my life. 

One more thing, then I have to unwind.  I have to make sure that I don’t go into my default “fix” mode.  I am a problem solver.  If I see something that is broken, I want to fix it.  This pertains to actual objects, situations, people.  I cannot fix people.  Only God can do that.  I don’t want to force a caterpillar out of its coccoon prematurely.  I want to allow God to do the work that He has deigned to do. 

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