This week we enjoyed a mini-vacation of sorts. No, sadly it wasn’t a 3-day weekend (apparently Columbus Day isn’t quite monumental enough). However, we were able to enjoy a “week of prayer,” well at least that what we used to call it in high school and undergrad. Now it’s officially known as “week of devotion.” The theme was A Beautiful Day. On each day we focused on a different aspect: Monday was A Beautiful Day for the World; Tuesday was A Beautiful Day for the Community; Wednesday was A Beautiful Day for the Campus; Thursday was a Beautiful Day for the You; Friday was a Beautiful Day for God.
We both thought the week was extremely well presented. Song service was amazing. The speakers were dynamic and interesting. The university also gave us free snacks at the end of each service, and even a Cuca’s burrito on Wednesday. Yum yum. You can’t go wrong with free food. And, an unexpected plus was that the worship times took the place of class time. Basically, this amounted to one less lecture we had to learn and study each day (hence, mini-vacation!). With less class and inspirational worships, each day of the week was A Beautiful Day.