I know February is a short month, but it seemed to be really short! My new students completed the second unit of the new curriculum. I am still tweaking the lessons during class, as I realize there’s something they should learn before the next planned topic. Fortunately, I usually have slides or worksheets from the past to help with those “spur-of-the-moment” changes.
All of my students are doing well–learning something new during each class and practicing what they’re learning. I’m enjoying watching my new students become more confident in answering oral questions. I’ve been asking “why” a lot, in an effort to get them to think about their answers and to be able to explain why they answered the way they did. This not only helps them to gain confidence, but it also helps me to understand what I need to clarify for them.
My Saturday teens completed the “God Loves the Outcast” course and the adults will do so on March 7th. For the rest of March, those classes will work on several short topics. They will start a longer-term course when we resume classes in June.
The final day of classes for this term will be March 26. The next term will start during the first week of June, after I return from a trip to the U.S.
We will have some visitors from San Antonio for a few days in March. Also, two of my students are scheduled to be baptized! So, March should prove to be an exciting month!
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With love from Honduras,
The Lord replies, “I have seen violence done to the helpless, and I have heard the groans of the poor. Now I will rise up to rescue them, as they have longed for me to do.” -Psalm 12:5