Thursday, September 9, 2010

R.A. Training

I moved to Tóalmás on September 2, because RA-training started. 14 of us took part on it. We had seminars in the mornings and also in the afternoons. After devotion in the morning we were introduced to the school philosophy, policy, academics, ministry, etc. and we also had a course named Biblical Counseling. In every 2nd or 3rd evening we were invited to a staff family to have fellowship with them and to have more time to get to know each other.
On Saturday we had ministry in the OM (Operation Mobilization) Centre in Érd (about 25 kms / 15.5 miles away from Budapest), and basically we cleaned the whole house, during the guys worked in the garden.
After the training was almost over we had one-on-ones with two deans, they tried to figure it out how we react or what we would do in different situations. On the very last day the new resident assistants were announced and also which room we would live in. I'm not an R.A. which means, I have more time to study and to write my thesis and I also think, I don't have to be an R.A. for doing, what an R.A. does: to pay attention to the others, to talk or even listen to them, do counceling...

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