It was brought to my attention that there has been an error in our paper newsletter that went out (just last week!!). The paragraph in error reads as follows:
One of our big decisions was which cell group to attend because that is where we will be focusing a lot of our energy. After visiting a few, we prayed about it and decided to join this group. Pictured here we were somehow able to serve up lunch for a large group in our little kitchen/dining room! You can clearly see we are too big for any Japanese-sized home. At the end of February, our group will multiply and we will host the “daughter group” in our home! Eventually, the goal is that we will lead the group and raise up another leader and multiply the group again [and again and again…]
“Pictured here we were somehow able to serve up lunch for a large group in our little kitchen/dining room! You can clearly see we are too big for any Japanese-sized home.” Is in reference to another photo.
I have learned from this experience to:
-not write newsletters at night
-not proof them when distracted by little babies
As a result, to my dismay, I hereby forego any claim to being called a “technical” person.
I have more thoughts on that, but they are for another time.