The Truth Project: Coming Later Than Expected

Last Wednesday, everything was set up and ready to go at church for the kickoff of the Truth Project. The meal had been made, the tables had been set up, and the discussion leaders had all gotten there. The problem was, it had started snowing at around noon that day, and at 6 p.m. it showed no signs of stopping. I had driven to the church on Hannegan Road, and someone who got to the church 15 minutes after I did said there were now two cars in the ditch and traffic was backed up.

Only about half of the people signed up came, so it was decided that dinner would be served, but the showing of the first DVD would be postponed until next week. So, while I expected to be writing my thoughts on the first lesson this week, it won’t happen until next week.

By Elliot

Elliot was born in Michigan and raised in North Carolina. He has studied at Regent College and the University of Richmond, worked at newspapers in St. Petersburg and Los Angeles, taught ESL in eastern Europe, given tours in Alaska, and driven a school bus. Now he lives in western Washington and works as an editor at Lexham Press, the publishing arm of Faithlife Corporation.