Monday, April 27, 2009

Needs for next year . . .

Hey all,

We are very grateful for your support over this past school year . . . as the year comes to a close we are still looking for willing people to fill some positions in our school. The opportunities are as follows:

TEACHING POSITIONS:
Elementary
MS/HS Science
MS/HS Math
HS English
HS Art
Music (K-5)
Music (6-12)
HS Spanish
LD Teacher
ELL Teacher
Physical Education

SUPPORT POSITIONS:
School Counselor
Athletic Director
Network Administrator

If you know of anyone that might like one of these positions please refer them either to us or they can go to the Vienna Christian School website on the opportunities page.

Please join with us in praying for the staff that is coming for the 2009-2010 school year and the staff that have yet to hear about VCS. Thanks in advance for standing with us in prayer.

B, B, & T

Saturday, April 25, 2009

New project . . .

Hey all,

I finally got it done. Our brand new cork board made entirely out of old wine corks cut in half. It took a while to find enough corks to make this happen, but after getting some from my father-in-law, our friends, some lying on the Merkur parking lot, and using some of our own we made this wonderful board that is now on the wall in our entryway hallway.





It was a very fun project, one that I would recommend anyone with corks to try. You will need alot of corks, but its worth it.

B

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Our other blog . . .

Hey all,

We are currently running another blog as well as this one with the intention to switch once I figure out the system that wordpress uses. You can visit the "new" one and see what you think . . . let us know your thoughts. http://thereynoldsinwien.wordpress.com/

The new blog has multiple pages with information about us and the ministry the Lord has us involved in. I really like wordpress because we can make extra pages. Its basically just like blogger but it offers better options. Let us know what you think!:)

B, B, & T

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Small blessing . . .

What a blessed guy I am . . . I have a cold today and was in bed all morning and for lunch I came out to the kitchen and my wife had prepared something that was just delicious and it looked really good too. Just a little way that the Lord has blessed my life . . . with the wonderful woman, not the food!:)

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Whats happening . . .

Hey all,

Its been a while since I have been on here . . . for those of you that are only following us on here I am sorry, I am posting more photos and things on facebook. Just sign up for a facebook account and then add me as a friend and you will then have access to all of our pictures. Its just way easier to upload them on facebook.

As for my current interest . . . I am very interested in how the Hebrew language looks and have been experementing with the google translator online and translating bits and pieces of the Bible and other phrases into Hebrew. Granted it probably isn't too accurate, but it sure looks cool. Here is our blog title in Hebrew:

גלישת ריינולדס


I think my interest in this came out of our recent trip to Krakow, Poland, and the visit we had to the Auschwitz concentration camp museum and the jewish quarter of Krakow. I am just fascinated at how the Lord has brought this people through such terrible times. I mean it is a shame that they have missed the point of the fact that Jesus is the Messiah that they have been waiting on for centuries, but their culture is really fascinating and one that we all can trace our western ways of thinking back to. There is a great book by Thomas Cahill called The Gifts of the Jews. In his book Cahill writes about how the ways we think and things that are engrained into our western way of thinking, our worldview, go back to the time of the books of the old testament and the Hebrew people. Abraham, instead of just going about life in the ancient circle of birth, growth, reproduction, and death like mostly all other civilizations of that time, decided to follow "his Lord" and just go, to start to lead a life that is in a sense looking towards a future that was not there under the other civilizations' worldviews. So basically I am oming to a greater appreciation of Jewish culture and their history which is really shared. If I am unclear about what Cahill wrote, it was a fantastic book and one I would urge you to pick up and read sometime.

Thats pretty much all for this post . . . I hope to update as soon as I can.


B