BTSR Orientation part 2
I was nervous about getting all the classes I wanted, but I did. I have all the books I need and was able to save money because Kristen already had some of them. Tonight is reserved to be a quiet night where I'll clean off my side of the desk, clear a bookshelf, and clean the cat hair off the bookbag (orange fur plus black bookbag is real attractive).
Exploring Ministerial Identity - Dr. Tracy L. Hartman
Introduction of Biblical Foundations - Dr. F. Scott Spencer
Introduction to Christian Traditions - Dr. Phyllis Rodgerson Pleasants
Models of Youth Ministry - Greg Randall
I'm glad I'm able to take Foundations with Dr. Spencer, and am definitely looking forward to Dr. R-P's class. I know she'll work us hard, but I can't wait to learn the material. I'm not sure what to expect out of Dr. Hartman's class, but I know it's necessary and I am eager to see what's what. Greg's class will be great - he's neat and I know it'll be enjoyable and challenging.
The Student Government Association Moderator made a great point - the school has only been around for 15 years, and the 3-4 years we'll be there makes up a significant portion of that time. A lot of 'bugs' have been worked out and with Dr. Grave's resignation, transition is in the air, coupled with an expectation fulfilling much potential.
I know my life will never be the same, and I'm ready. Classes start tomorrow, so who knows how this blog will be affected.