Per tradition, we held a Shavuot study at our Study Center from midnight – 4:30 am. We enjoy walking the 4 miles each way and seeing all of the people out in the middle of the night. Special meetings always create a pleasant atmosphere to study G-d’s Word and this night was no exception.
We ate the traditional dairy foods, such as cheesecake, and study in three sessions with 2 breaks for snacking!
Yesterday, Baruch taught a conference virtually to a large number of people in Bulgaria. There were people in the facility in Bulgaria as well as viewers throughout the Bulgarian-speaking countries. We are grateful to our Eastern Europe Team leader George for organizing and producing this event. It took place without any problems, which is very unusual for these types of events requiring various technologies and a translator, etc.
There were 3 sessions. The theme of the conference was not forsaking the assembling of believers (Hebrews 10:25) and the importance of participating and engaging in the life of the body of believers.