Hey everyone.  I don’t have one main thing to talk about — just several smaller things.

To start with, I would like to ask for your continued prayers for adult volunteers in the Student Ministry here at RCC.  Right now, we are struggling to find people who have the time (or make the time) to pour into these students.  I honestly believe to make a true impact on these students/families, we need adults who can be consistent and devoted.  Please pray for God to send us these people.



I’m also pretty excited about the Red Sox winning the first round of playoffs.  It seems the more time I spend here, the more I’m getting involved with the sports scene.  It’s amazing how passionate New England residents are about their teams.  Red Sox Nation is definitely a real thing!  With a lot of prayer, I honestly believe New England will be just as passionate (if not more) about God as they are about their sports teams.



Wedding plans are coming right along.  I fly back to Illinois next week (Oct. 16-18) for our next premarital counseling session.  We just found our caterer and cake person.  We are working on the small details still, but doing a good job at not getting overwhelmed and worried.  There are still some things that are yet to be determined, like where we are going for our honeymoon and where we are going to live, but I am sure those will fall into place when they need to.  Be sure to check out our wedding website at www.steveandyvette.com.



I’m pretty excited about the new Nintendo DSi.  They just announced it at their media summit last week.  It won’t come out in the US until next year, but I’m thinking about importing it from Japan.  We’ll see what happens.  If you care to read more about this new handheld from Nintendo, along with lots of other new info, check out the blog I wrote for WiiNintendo.net by clicking here.  For those of you who did not know, I am on staff as a volunteer blogger for this Nintendo news website.  It’s a great deal, and it allows me to enjoy my video games hobby while also interacting with secular culture.


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