Blog Update

Dear friends and family, I am getting to see so much and learn so much, that it is a bit overwhelming! Someone described going to the Holy Land as trying to get a drink out of a fire hose! It really is like that, and we have such excellent teachers that our minds are about to burst.

Here is what I am planning to do. I will try to do a shorter update blog day by day to give a sketch of what we are doing or what we have done. This will be sort of diary fashion.

And then I will also post some pictures or video on some selected sites that have meant the most to me. These won’t be in any chronological order.

So hope this helps. I really do wish you were here with me. It is such a rich experience that one despairs of ever really being able to share with others what it is like!

signing off – Father Wismer

Published by: wismered

an Episcopalian priest living in Houston, Texas. My wife and I have 4 kids thriving in college! Day job is pastoring 850+ students, 18 months to 8th grade at St Francis Episcopal Day School.


2 thoughts on “Blog Update”

  1. a) what’s really overwhelming is reading a post written in the future! 🙂 (Sat evening here)
    b) “Father” Wismer? I approve, naturally … can St . James hope to see more of you, then?
    c) warm hello from Yellowknife!

    1. Hello NANCY!!
      wow, yes I guess it kind of is in the future! Although walking around here it is easy to imagine yourself in antiquity!
      Yes, “Father”. It is the tradition where I am serving, and no St. James won’t be wanting to see much of me!
      and thanks for the hello from Yellowknife. HOpe you are thriving in the land of the midnight sun!

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