Tuesday, October 23, 2007
A Nice Cruise
Some of you may have been wondering where I have been. Well, my wife and I celebrated both my graduation from seminary as well as our tenth anniversary by taking a cruise. We went with Alpha and Omega Ministries up the Canadian border for a time of refreshment and edification.

You can read Jame's White's reflections over at his blog. I simply want to thank him (as well as the great work of Sovereign Cruises) for a wonderful time of learning and fellowship. Here is a picture of James and I together on formal night:


posted at 11:00 PM  
Comments (6)

At 11:17 AM, Anonymous Todd Mitchell said...

Congratulations on your graduation!

Been studying your languages? :)

At 9:38 PM, Blogger John Divito said...


No comment! :-)

At 9:08 AM, Blogger Jeff said...

I wish I could have been there.

At 12:32 PM, Blogger John Divito said...


Trust me, I understand! This was definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity for my wife and I.

But I'm still hoping you'll consider visiting me in Uganda someday. :-)

Because of His grace,
John Divito

At 5:52 PM, Anonymous Merganzerman said...

I work with Mark Cares at Truth in Love Ministry and he told me about your blog. I really like!! Nice job. I was introduced to the blogging world a few months ago. Both Mark and I started a blog -- his blog focuses on encouraging Christians on witnessing to Mormons and my blog is more general -- equipping and encouraging Christians in general. It is called "Witness Well" and can be found on wordpress. Look forward to reading more of your comments. May the Lord continue to bless your work.

At 12:56 PM, Blogger John Divito said...


Thank you for your kind and encouraging words. I highly respect Pastor Cares and his ministry. His book Speaking the Truth in Love to Mormons is still the best book that I have ever read on witnessing to Mormons!

By the way, I hope both you and Mark will begin regularly reading my new blog with the Africa Center for Apologetics Research. Lord willing, it is my future service to Him in East Africa!


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