Wednesday, February 15, 2006

scared, but ready for my new adventure!

well, today I am sitting in Dr. Bob Whitesel's grad class at IWU. I am scared, as I looking at the next 2 years of masters classes. Pray for me! But at the same time i am excited, and motivated. This is the best time in my life to do this!

If you have not considered Indiana Wesleyan are missing out on a great education!


Beth said...

Jon and Danielle,
I did my master's through IWU for Education. I did the Saturday thing in Kokomo which is only 20 minutes from my house. Marion was not holding one at the time. The time will go fast. It's fun "doing" school again.

Shimere said...

Freed... Your right I-Dub is the place to go... You're gonna do amazing these next two years on your journey to the highly sought after masters... I mean you are successful with everything you try for... After all You got the infamous Danielle Walls!!!! Man I love that girl... You guys Rock!

Tamara Rose said...


Thanks for the comment Danielle! were doing pretty well down here. ;) it really is "down under" Well its very hot today and I think the heat just sucked the life right out of me so were going to go to the beach so i better go get ready. John hope you do/did well on your class. Hope you all have a wonderfuly weekend. Hopfully i'll talk to you guys soon.
God bless
love ya,

Charity said...

I commented below... so look at it. :) Btw - you said 10 reasons, but you posted 20, Jon! Oh and Danielle, that picture is adorable!

Thanks for the comment, Danielle! I am feeling much more cheery today! (So I updated a little happier post :)) I love you guys and miss you even though I didn't get to see you that often in the States! I will be praying for you both!

Tony Myles said...

I know that feeling... I never thought I'd get to the end. But this is the last class for me and I'm still in one piece. My posts have covered everything my student ministry in Battle Creek, Michigan - my attendance at Mars Hill Bible Church in Granville, Michigan - and my teaching deal in Greenville, Michigan.

Ironically, the one constant over the past two years has been the Master's program. Odd, eh?