Tuesday, November 7, 2006

Crazy Road Trip

So, after PST, I spent time with a sister before attending a midweek church service in downtown Toronto.

On Thursday, I took the bus to Detroit and was warmly welcomed by a brother and his wife. I was driven around and treated like a prince. I joined a Bible Talk in Wayne State University, had a great group date (the sister who did the cooking knows how to cook, oooooooooooooh yeah!).

On Friday, I had a prayer walk on Belle Isle, had a breakfast with my hospitable couple, and then was 'handed over' to another brother. We took care of the car rental, tried to purchase a Chinese Bible (the one thing I can't seem to buy without ordering from the web), went to a mall, etc. I bought a small chess board and some dominoes. On the evening, I took a sister to a campus devo and back.

Then, the road trip began. See pictures taken by a brother.

On Saturday, after a good quiet time, we left to Oxford, Ohio. We spent some time adjusting the tire pressure, etc. The road went well, although longish. We ate out in a Mexican restaurant in uptown Oxford, saw a hockey game at Miami State University.

On Sunday, we had a mini quiet time and went to church in Cincinnati. The preach was super good, talking godly living. After eating with the disciples there, it was time to head back.

I overall enjoyed the company in the car, although the whole ordeal was challenging for me emotionally (won't say more here).

On Monday, it was a looooooooooooooooot of bus, oh man! Detroit -> Toronto -> Montreal, 10h45 -> 24h15.
Suffice to say I didn't come to work too early today.

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