Winter usually slows down the pace of life, and doubly so in the age of COVID. Even so, our students have not let the cold get in the way of their training and growth. In the classroom, the students have been taking Practical Theology, hearing from visiting pastors about how the gospel affects our daily habits and practices, and Marriage Dynamics, preparing for the future joys and responsibilities of married and family life. In their areas of focus, the students have been continuing to learn and train in the skills needed for fruitful life and ministry. Other opportunities have come our way as well: In February, the students helped to process meat donated to Ranch staff, bagged 1800 pounds of donated potatoes, and sat through a weeklong intensive counseling seminar! Please pray for our students in the upcoming months as they will be ministering alongside our staff in Spring events and retreats, and as they continue to finish their Bible classes and prepare for ministry in our summer program!