สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส Everyone! (Merry Christmas!)
Can you find me in the picture?
If you’re having trouble, I’m the one whose face is obscured by the light reflecting off of my shiny head
and also by the giant Teddy Bear
that everyone wanted the “Foreigner”
to hold on his neck. If you still can’t find me – then try looking for the guy that is less Asian than everyone else!
Now you found me, right!?
Just wanted to connect with everyone by way of this “not-your-normal-everyday-Christmas-card” and say “สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส” from the Land of Smiles. We’ve had Christmas parties at various universities and churches that I work with almost every dayfor the last week, and we just wrapped up our last one on campus near my home with almost 500 people in attendance. Even though I really miss being home for the holidays, it’s pretty awesome getting to tell curious Thai’s about the meaning of Christmas – knowing that MANY are hearing for the very first time!
Speaking of hearing – I’d love to hear back from you! I won’t make it home for the holidays this year to visit with anyone in person, so let me know what you did for Christmas, or give me an update on how 2012 concluded and what’s in store for 2013!
With Thankfulness for the Greatest Gift,
“Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends.” – John 15:13
P.S. – Moo’s Christmas Event in Karasin last night was a great success with almost 200 people there and many new connections made! I’ll post pics and news on Facebook and The Matthew Scott.com when I get them…