These are the new students we came to know this term of classes. Yes, working at any educational institution means every year there are many goodbyes. There are the goodbyes between semesters and there are the goodbyes that are more final at the graduations. However, these places of learning are also awesome because there are a lot of hellos! We are privileged to be able to meet and to have a small part in so many lives. We thank God for this privilege and for each one of these children of God, our brothers and sisters in the faith who will go out and impact the world for Christ.
On Easter morning, we all gathered around a bonfire for a special Easter devotional. As you can tell by the picture, it was cooooold! Your spring is our fall.
We welcomed IBP's newly elected school board to our home after introducing them all to our student body.
Our Spiritual Emphasis speakers, Javier and Rosa Arribas, pastors serving in Buenos Aires, not only ministered to our students but also involved them in ministry through drama.
Javier is the author of his autobiography, Atrapado (Trapped), which tells how God brought him out of a life of drug addiction to a place of telling others about the hope they can find in Jesus!
And all too soon it was time for goodbyes. Here in Argentina, May is the end of the first semester and the beginning of winter break. It was a great term of classes for which we are thankful!