TO THE ENDS
OF THE WORLD
A SUMMER OF TESOL, AND WHERE OUR STUDENTS ARE NOW.
It is November now, and I am left reflecting on the things God did during this Summer’s TESOL. It is not so long ago that I was shoulder deep in lecturing and late-night grading. Somehow, it feels like an eternity has passed and November has already come and gone. The things I reflect most on are the people that came to TESOL: Ainsley, the youngest of the group, was 19 years old; she had just finished her School of Biblical Studies here in Montana and was on her way back to Nepal to teach English. The oldest was Jack, who was 91 years young. He had a PhD in Chemical Engineering and after TESOL he headed to South Korea indefinitely with the hope that North Korea would open before he leaves…
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