Okay, I was wrong about the snow last month. That actually happened. I guess the summary text is a bad place to make statements about the weather.
If you want to see snow here, you need to go visit the mountains. Not one flake to be found in Rennes, France. We certainly appreciate the warmth here, but not the jawbreaker cakes.
In November we showed the French what Thanksgiving means (If you are asking why that is necessary, just read it again). Tara discusses the meaning of Christmas and Trent completes another trip around the sun.
The leaves are turning colors and falling here too. It's like we are on the same planet still. Wait, there is no pumpkin pie. Everybody panic!
Nous parlons français, et vous? Yes, that is French, and I (Trent) didn't even have to use the internet to write it. Feel free to use the internet to translate it though.
We are here in France, and a lot has already happened. We will try to paint a picture for you.
This is our last update before we hop a plane to France. (I am not sure how much hopping we will do with all that luggage.)
This is our explanation of the name change, and why we are excited about it. It's still about making the name of Christ famous throughout the world!
We have worked with the students all year. Summer is the time for them to go all out for the Gospel on the East Coast, East Asia, and the Middle East.
As we look back on our time in the Twin Cities, we find many reasons to celebrate all that God has done. We have our sights set on France, so expect to hear more about it from now on!
And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.