A Trip to Prague and Germany
Care For All International  2009-02-17

At the end of January my husband and I had the chance to undertake a two week European trip with several purposes in mind. Of course, this was at all possible thanks to the extended help by the kids grandmothers who came to Sofia to supervise Victor and Benjamin.


Dinko and I, together with Tania Petrova headed first to Prague, where we were welcomed at the International Baptist Theological Seminary for an intensive week of meetings, attended by current PhD students as well as prospective one (such as Dinko:). Each student gave a report of his/her progress and a pannel of professors and examiners asked questions, gave constructive comments and suggestions. Of course, there is no point of even mentioning how stressful it was to have to speak in front of 50 people, but praise God Tania and I were able to share about our most current research work and the feedback was very positive and productive.


Then, Dinko and I picked up our friend and colleague Raina Koleva from the Prague airport and together we traveled to Urbach, Germany, to have a few days of meetings with our Field Director Dieter Knospe. The main topic was the current status of the Theological College and the implementation of the new programs. We are very thankful to brother Knospe and his wife, as well as the Rosson family for being such good hosts and extending to us such hospitality.


Well, the trip was not over then. We had to return to Prague for a very interesting conference or more like a dialogue between evangelical ministers and Orthodox professors from the Sofia University. Several of us (PhD students) gave presentations based on the area of research that we have undertaken. The Bulgarian guests also had their presentation on the main topic of Christian witness in Orthodox Context. It was a very positive way to create an atmosphere of dialogue for which we are thankful to the Dean Dr Parushev.


So, we combined an educational trip with a more administrative one and both turned out very good. But at the end we were ready to head back home and get on with our work.

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