Brian, That was awesome! I just want to say I'm amazed by how you took such a huge topic and covered so much without sacrificing quality or getting to general. I really feel like we got an authentic taste of Orthodoxy. And, from a teacher's perspective, you did everything that a good teacher would to bring it home. It was actually quite inspiring and refreshing for me- it's sometimes good for people who are used to teaching to get fresh inspiration, and I was especially impressed by the way you used so many different mediums. And you kept it going at such a good pace. Wow, it was like a feast!
You’ve got your methods
I’m done with trying to guess all your moves
I’m going where you want me to go
I’ve got nothing left to lose
Now I don’t wanna suffer
But that’s in fact the nature of the beast
If you want to get to higher ground
You got to get there on your knees
Yes, Brian!! Thanks so much for sharing. You did a really great job and I learned so much. Thanks for all the visuals and personal stories. I was truly inspired by your sharing of your Easter experience with the Orthodox church.
Imitate God, therefore, in everything you do, because you are his dear children. Live a life filled with love, following the example of Christ. He loved us and offered himself as a sacrifice for us, a pleasing aroma to God.
Thanks (Andy) by * 1/5/2006 2:41:59 PM I propose we all stay over at Josh and Rose's the night before easter, remove all the chairs (no laying down on the floor or crawling into Justus' play house) and replicate the Eastern Orthodox tradition of standing up for 8 hours straight. Let the coffee flow...