Tuesday, October 3

Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda

Amy, the King's Meadow office manager, asked for permission to post a blog about our upcoming UTTERMOST project (see below). I'm so glad she did--precisely because she is able to say what I probably would never have said, but most assuredly should have!

8 comments:

Dr. Knox said...

We are all most properly shamed. Thank you for showing the way for us all through self-sacrifice and unfailing commitment.

Suzi said...

I am generally left with a sense of awe at all you are doing. But most especially, at how you go about it. Thank you for your wonderful example.

Amber Benton said...

Apologies,

I read that post way too quickly -- "There he goes, running again!" I didn't notice WHY you were running!!!

Amber
Charlotte, NC

Delmar Smith said...

Ditto all that. What an inspiration. So, Dr. Grant, I am assuming you're not only running in this but that you organized it. Right?

George said...

Yes, I decided to pull this event together primarily so that my students would have an opportunity to put into practice what I tell them nearly every day: "you can change the world--starting right now."

I am grateful to all the corporate sponsors and all the private supporters who are making this life lesson come to life before our very eyes.

Jen Rose said...

Thank you, Dr. Grant, for thinking outside the box yet again. You are always full of surprises. And you seem to shatter every stereotype of the Reformed academic--but never in a brash or self-indulgent sort of way. We will be praying that the Uttermost will meet, or even beat, all your hopes and expectations.

George said...

Thank you so much. May the Lord be praised--and lots of money for missions be raised!

Delmar Smith said...

Amen. But also, may your students learn to appreciate just what kind of opportunity the Lord has given them.