There is nothing like a roadtrip in Europe. Most foreigners navigate through the Scottish highlands or the Dalmatian Coast, but the Armitage-Price team blazes a trail out of Slovakia, through Hungary and straight on to Serbia! It was an odd experience leaving the EU and actually having to present our passports to cross a border. We want to thank you for your prayers, not only did the rental car make it in it’s entirety, but Matthew developed a love for “driving a la Serb”. There is general concern amongst his peers…
The conference went well and, as in so many cases, we feel as though we have walked away having learned more than we taught. It is amazing the collective learning that takes place when people come together to share ideas. Sheldon did a fantastic job of facilitating the conference and we feel we learned a great deal by observation. It was wonderful to see trainers from Canada, Wales and Bulgaria interacting with Serbian church leaders. The value of strong leaders is just so apparent when you fill a room with them.
A personal highlight for us came on the final night of the conference. We were asked to pray for anyone who felt a calling into mission. For Serb’s this is quite something for God to ask them to do as visa requirements still greatly limit their mobility. We really appreciate the chance to pray for people and God confirmed thoughts and ideas in ways that only he can.
Overall, it was a great week of learning. We were even able to teach 3-year-old Mia Armitage a valuable life skill. While discussing what princesses say, she asked what a modern day princess might say to someone. After some thought we imparted this wisdom: snap your finger, wave your hand over your head and say “you call this a cappuccino!”
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1a. Good work on the princess talk!2b. It IS incredible to be in a roomful of leaders! Despite my hesitations about participating in events like Conference on the Ministry and General Conference, both times there has been something in that room that amazes me. I have my suspicions about what we call that.-Jamie