Rib eye and papas

We had dinner at my favorite place in town last night with Yun’s parents. However, moments after receiving our food the electricity went out. And was out for most of the duration of our dinner. Eating in the dark is less enjoyable it turns out

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Covenant Study

Began a new study on covenants and covenant theology on Monday. There’s a local cigar place that has a salon upstairs with air conditioning and all the amenities that provides a spectacular location for studies.

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5th Sunday

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Reformation Studies

On lecture 17 of 33 tonight working through Trueman’s History of the Reformation.

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Music recital

Daniel and Daniela had a music recital for all the students and their music school last night. As not a parent of any of the children, it was somewhat torturous to endure. Even so, it was great to see the success of their business.

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Backyard shower

Scout enjoying some cool water on a hot day.

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4th Sunday

Quite a few people out of town on our fourth Sunday. Anna and Orlando traveled to Alamos for their first wedding anniversary. Sergio Hernandez is in Tucson for a beer festival, and Heidi and the boys are spending the summer in Wisconsin.

I preached on Philippians 1, verses 2 through 11.

Yrem is missing from the photo, but with him we were at 10.

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We drove up to Tucson today to partake in a most glorious tradition I was taking potatoes with Matt and Dana.

I received a gift for my birthday from them that was something I have wanted for a very long time.

I had records in my childhood. There’s something about them that enriches the experience of listening to music.

I’m rather excited to do some shopping tomorrow for my record collection.

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3rd Sunday

Third Sunday. We had 12 people because six of them are currently traveling from Hermosillo to Wisconsin. Orlando preached on Acts chapter 1.

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History of the Reformation

Started a new class on the history of the Reformation from WTS by Carl Trueman. There are 33 classes in total, Each of which is about an hour long. Sergio H. is joining me and honors our study by smoking with me. My Partagas was spectacular.

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