Back to School…

This past Wednesday, Adam and I started back to school. I have to admit, it was pretty hard to get back into the swing of things (and I’m still trying to adjust), but I think this year is going to be a great year! Last year was the first year the Elementary students had Spanish, so this year I feel like they’re starting off with more of a foundation…which makes it a little easier (and more fun) for me and for them! I am also teaching TK and K this year which is new, but they are so cute…I can’t wait!

One day this past week I talked with my 6th graders how Spanish and the Great Commission are related. It was really neat because I could see their minds turning and really making the connection between the two. I told them that I looked up the word “commission” and found that it means things like, to give an order to, or someone granted authority to do a particular action.

The “Great” Commission (or great order) says that we (as Christians) should go and make disciples of all nations. God, who is over all authority gives us the power to be witnesses here on earth until He comes back. Today, we went to Adam’s parent’s church and we got to go to their Sunday School class. Adam’s Dad taught their class today and he talked about this very thing. I thought it was really neat because it was pretty much the same thing I talked about with my class on Friday. He taught in Acts 2:1-14 and specifically in verse 8, it tells us that we are given the power when the Holy Spirit comes upon us to become witnesses not only to the world around us, but even to the people as close as our next door neighbors.

We all “know” we should be witnesses to the people around us, but how many of us are actually bold enough to act upon the “order” that we are given from God, himself? I know that I have been guilty many times, but all it takes is one sentence to hopefully change someone’s destiny. I was looking over my service notes one Sunday where our

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