Whirlwind Missions

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Norths! Bayo!

Tim A. Cummins @ 8:37 pm  

Jesse and I met up with Ian and Ruthie North and Bayo Otiti for lunch today.

I always enjoy going to Indian food because I get to speak Swahili with the owners who are also from Nairobi!

It was great to hear all the exiting things that area going on in this young couple’s ministry. God is awesome!

We picked up Ashley after her class and she rode with us the rest of the day. YEAH!

Jesse hooked up some other electronics at Huntington Terraces, while Ashley and I did some research for a story she’s writing for the paper.

Later, I met up with Brian Wright. He’s a Pastor of NE Baptist Church. Great guy! I’m looking forward to working with him.

Then over to Azalea to help the kids with their homework. Great to have Ashley with us.
I love these kids.
Working on admin tasks now.

Burn Notice tonight. Oh, yeah.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

NAMB! Azalea! Terraces!

Tim A. Cummins @ 12:09 am  

This morning Jesse and I took a ride out to Alpharetta to visit the North American Mission Board. I met with a group of candidate missionaries. They were a lively group! And good lookin’!


We ran a short errand to visit a colleague of Jesse. J traded this fellow pounds of pure copper pennies for some silver rounds. They look like coins, but they’re not from a country. Cool!

Dropped by my office to check on the mail and my plants. Then over to Huntington Terraces.

Jesse installed the wi-fi system at the mission. Sure am glad he did that! That’s my boy!

Then over to Azalea to help the kids. We stayed to nearly 7pm. Long day!

Then back home to start Phase II of my days: admin work.

I have large teams coming for Spring Break.

Summer stuff starting to ramp up.

Then new missionaries that I’m helping through the process.

It reminds me of something Thomas Jefferson once said, “It’s amazing what can be done if you are always doing.

I thought this looked really weird. Turned out to be a driving bill board. Looks like the wind could blow it over.

I love this merry go round at North Pointe Mall.