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02 January 2009 @ 05:07 pm
Welcoming the Sabbath  
The sun has only just set here, signaling the beginning of the Sabbath.

Tomorrow will be fun as I am both the Sabbath School Superintendent (leading out in the preliminaries), and I am teaching the Youth class. Speaking of which, I need to review the Cornerstone lesson, which focuses on John 1:1-18, and decide how to present the material. Most of the time, I do not even use Cornerstone and come up with my own lessons, but this quarter actually looks promising.

A postcard arrived in the mail today. The Southeastern California Conference Youth Ministries is hosting a youth leaders conference (Ignite) on Sabbath, January 24th. It might be worth attending, since I am the only youth teacher at church and technically am "youth leader" as well. >.>' I could definitely use the resources and fresh ideas. Must register January 15th, though, so I need to decide soon.

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God." – John 1:1
 
 
Current Mood: peacefulpeaceful
 
 
 
Butterbobbinbutterbobbin on January 3rd, 2009 01:33 am (UTC)
That sounds like a good conference.

I haven't even picked up our new quarterly yet. I know it's on prophecy, but I am a badventist who always forgets about the lesson until Sabbath morning.
Jacquelynpolargriff on January 3rd, 2009 11:58 pm (UTC)
*lol* That's okay. This passed year I have hardly looked at the adult quarterly at all, but I plan to do better this year. I miss going through it on a sometimes daily basis. ^.^
Butterbobbinbutterbobbin on January 6th, 2009 05:29 am (UTC)
Dan goes through it pretty much daily. I'm more an independent spirit. I enjoy the lessons during actual Sabbath school time, but I like to read other stuff at home. Which reminds me, I need to decide what book of the Bible I'd like to read through next.

I'm thinking OT history, like Samuel or Kings.
Jacquelyn: myself // Nerdypolargriff on January 6th, 2009 06:04 am (UTC)
Hmm... I have thought about making a plan to read through the Bible, but I tend to be more task-oriented. I prefer studying with a purpose instead of casual reading, but maybe I can find a happy medium between the two this year.