What To Do In Nagpur

I think Jaimie and I have both said a dozen times already – “What am I doing here?” It’s not always easy to see the forest through the trees. As my days go on, I’ve been focused on studying through the Gospels and casually reading through the letters. One thing I’ve been noticing about John the Baptist and Jesus is they both brought a very urgent, change-now message. A focus on the end-today mentality. So, how am I to do that here?

I’m sorry, did you think that was a rhetorical question? It wasn’t. I’m open for suggestions. Two Sundays ago I had epic success – God allowed me to study the Bible with three men: a neo-Hindu, a regular Hindu, and an orthodox (like Catholic)….but nobody came back this week.

A “what can I do for the kingdom today” mentality is really difficult. I want to plan for next weekend, next month, next year, etc. But today? To live that short-sighted? Everything about me, from the way I was raised and what I watch on TV to what I hear day to day, tells me the opposite. Plan for the future. So, am I to merge the two or just focus on one?


I Found Ambazari Park in Nagpur!

While I’m figuring out the mystery of day-to-day life, we have been having a few success stories. Last week, we made chicken curry with a friend from work. And, on Friday, I took a couple of hours off and found a park to visit. And let me tell you, navigating there on a scooter is quite a rush. Here are some photos for folks who like that kind of stuff.

After the park Jaimie and I went to an ice cream place that has the best chocolate brownie ice cream. I should have taken a picture, but just think of ordering fajitas at a Mexican restaurant. The come out on a sizzling plate, correct? That’s the way our dish was served. It came out on a hot plate of boiling liquid chocolate with a brownie set in the middle and ice cream on top. It cost as much as our dinner the night before…but it was worth it.

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