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Saturday, November 2, 2013
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By God's glory, this week I have finally felt like I am where I'm supposed to be. I feel like i've found my place here! We had our first meeting for the Center for Global Justice on friday and it's so exciting to hear what the Lord is doing. Last semester, the dean of our law school got to meet with the President of Mexico to talk about how the Center can partner with their government and offer support. At the same time, eight countries in Africa have contacted Regent to help them establish model law schools in Africa. These are such wonderful opportunities because these countries are war torn and downtrodden and one day a new generation of youth will be able to establish justice in their own countries through the rule of law. Jesus calls us to fight for the oppressed and to speak up for those that cannot speak for themselves! God is allowing the Center for Global Justice to be apart of the work that He is doing around the world to provide justice for the hurting. One story is of an African woman who was trafficked from Africa to Russia and randomly contacted Regent to find out where she could receive help in Russia. Because of the Center, the woman was put in contact with an organization that helps trafficked women. For circumstances such as this, I will be working with he Center to research non-profit organizations who hold the same values as the Center in order to build a collaborative network. It is evident that God is doing great things, because Satan is also at work. Several of our team members are facing difficult and unexpected circumstances, but that will not stop us. We know that God is in control of all things and we are joining together in prayer both for our friends and for the work that He is going to do through the Center. Please keep the center my friends in your prayers as they face very difficult circumstances. For such a time is this!
This weekend was pretty exciting. I got to spend it with friends when I wasn't studying. We went to Williamsburg had a great time. Then, I got to watch the Denver game with some other friends. Go Tim! I can't believe week on is already over. Looking back at last semester and ahead, the semester ahead seems so short and yet we have so much to learn. It's kind of exciting. Dean Cook always says, "you have 3 years to become the best lawyers you can be." I think that's very true. My professors remind us often to work at our subjects with all of our hearts, as pleasing unto the Lord. That's an important perspective to keep in mind with anything we do. It reminds us in the busyness that it's not about us, but Christ. He is the one who called us to this mission.
Some exciting news to report: I was accepted to be a part of a student volunteer team for the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law. I'm so excited to begin working with the Center, because it is the reason I came to this school. Its goal is to equip advocates to seek justice for victims of oppression and slavery, both domestically and abroad. Many of my friends came to Regent because of this Center. Its seeks to fight against sex trafficking, slavery, poverty, and other forms of injustice. Actually, many Regent alumni have been sent out to work in places like D.C., India, Cambodia, Africa and so many other places to work against these issues, which is a great thing for us because we get to network with these great people. My hope is to work toward the rights of children in the foster care system and for adoption issues. So in short, it's exciting to start working on the issues that i'm passionate about, while i'm studying all of these not so exciting subjects.
I am finally back in Virginia Beach and geared up to start a new semester. Being home was wonderful. The Lord blessed me with many special moments with my family and friends. It was so good to be at my home church and around familiar sights. The Lord even blessed me with an extra night at home. I was supposed to fly out thursday afternoon, but my flight was delayed and I gained an extra night at home. Some of the cool accounts from home: I was invited to sit in on several court hearings and a "Home for the Holidays" ceremony put on by Judge David Gooding, who is a dependancy judge in Jacksonville. On December 19th, I got to watch about 25+ children be officially adopted. Judge Gooding has a huge heart for children and every year at Christmas, he puts on a festive ceremony for the children and their families and finalizes all the awaiting adoptions. It was so special to hear the parents tell the court why they wanted the child. It was incredibly special for me, because I've seen parents rights become terminated in the same court room. From working at a homeless shelter, I've seen the Dept. of Children and Families workers come take the children. So, it is extra special to see the good things that come out of the court room. In addition, I'm pleased to share that I passed all of my classes, to the glory of God! I also had the opportunity to visit a friend in D.C. for the new year, which was pretty cool considering so many of our policies and laws come from that very area. Seeing the capitol building and the Supreme Court building helped inspire me a little bit when I wasn't so excited about starting the craziness again. Hopefully, that will give me motivation to start strong and stay focused this semester. I'm confident that it will be a good one with many opportunities!
It's amazing how God shows up at just the right time and how quickly I forget that. I had an issue this week with some assignments that never got submitted over the internet, and I have no idea if they will be counted at this point. I have no idea how greatly that will effect my grade in the class. I was certain I had submitted the assignments, but in the end they never made it. I was so stressed out a few minutes ago, dumbfounded by my mistake and completely hard on myself. I don't think it was a matter of irresponsibility, it was just an honest mistake. On top of that stress and the stress of a potentially bad grade in the class, I have my last exam tomorrow. So, the stress just mounted. At this point, there's nothing I can do about it, and I have to go on. There's no sense in freaking out about it or spending the evening crying over it. I have to be diligent to prepare for the next thing. Move on. It's easy in these moments to forget that God is bigger than my mistakes and that He has a purpose that is beyond my understanding or reasoning. Nothing takes Him by surprise. He is truely a wonderful counselor, comforter, and prince of peace, regardless of my circumstances. While that's not always easy to convince yourself of, it's a matter of persistent faith and forward motion.