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The peaceful time at home came to an end, and now we are back in the rat-race pace of life. I’m thankful I was able to get my backburner emails down to 10, after seeing them rise to 62 by the beginning of this year. But now that we are busy with furlough travels (and very limited wifi), I’m seeing the more time-sensitive emails rise to around 40. Yikes!

My family really enjoys traveling together on furlough, because we get to be together all day long. Plus, we can set our own schedule, which means we can adjust it to how well Eliyas does through the night (which typically includes multiple interruptions).

I had hoped to have a somewhat slower paced schedule on this furlough trip, but then I found out I’ll be teaching graduate-level courses on Bible translation at Bob Jones University in late July. I have to prepare three weeks of lectures. I’m praying that BJU will allow some team-teaching so that my load is a little more bearable. Pray that they allow that! Meanwhile, I’m working through 10-15 books to prepare my 13-15 days of lectures. The positive side of this is that we get to spend time with friends in Greenville, SC! We are looking forward to taking our son down there to introduce him to friends.

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