aaaahhhh... it's the smell of a new blog. =)
welcome to my second post, my 2 dear readers (at the moment, only kimmi and my sis). =P
this time, just a short note to let you all know what i'm up to over the weekend. normally i would try my best to take saturday off, as it doesn't make sense to travel 2 hours to work and 2 hours back just for half a day of work. however, this week, The College is making The Wife work a full day on saturday (altho she speculates that she might be able to sneak away after half a day). therefore, not wanting to stay at home alone, i will be going to work on saturday.
after work i have a lunch date with a friend. no, i'm not being naughty, he's a guy. and no, neither of us are gay, except in the original sense (happy). and after that, i will go for youth fellowship back in ppbc.
now that i'm staying in seremban, i will have to be more purposeful and proactive in maintaining friendships with people left back in kl/pj. this includes the friend i'm lunching with, the youth of ppbc, and my sis. i certainly hope that my marriage and relocation will not result in these relationships being broken, and i will do my best not to let that happen.
after yf, it's time to hurry home to the loving arms of The Wife. i'm not sure why i'm refering to her as The Wife with capitals like that. it seems somewhat ominous yet fun at the same time. =)
and on sunday, i will be going to kajang prison to do ministry there. i signed up for this prison ministry thing around the time i first joined SU, when i was relatively free. well, they took almost a year to process my application - they're quite strict about who gets to go in to visit the prisoners - and last month when i was insanely busy (with The Wedding and all) they called me up and said i'm in.
so, this will be my second time in prison. the first time i went, i translated the sermon into bm. translating is harder than it looks; the right words just refuse to respond to the summons of my brain. do pray for a meaningful time of ministry with what is literally a captive audience. they may be in prison, but Christ can set them truly free. =)
right, that's pretty long already for what was meant as a short note. adios amigos! =D