Full speed ahead!
Reformation Day brings us to the end of quite a busy October. We went on a walking tour of Old Town Rīga, had family pictures taken, completed the steps needed prior to getting our visas, and took a long hike with a friend and colleague at Luther Academy (see above).
Quintin has been working hard to procure books via Logos for all the English-stream students now and in the future. Communicating needs from three continents to the United States is no easy task! Quintin also began teaching part of another course called Stewardship, which also encompasses Church administration and Christian leadership. He is taking on more administrative duties with Luther Academy and is participating in Vespers services on Mondays for all LA staff and students.
Lindsay is getting busier (and loving it!) with additional administrative tasks through the Academy, as well, going through previous courses’ feedback forms to figure out how overall administration and instruction can improve. Another project is on the horizon, but she will find out more information soon!
Carter had quite a month with schooling: several field trips (one to a chocolate museum, the other to an interactive blindness exhibit – done in complete darkness), meeting up with friends, and conferences (he is doing exceedingly well in school). He also got his transportation pass so that he can ride all the buses, trams, and trolleybuses without charge. (One ride usually is about $1.15.)
Be sure to follow our Facebook page, “The Cundiffs in Latvia”, for even more photos and stories of our missions in this beautiful country!