We have three in the congregation that I attend who are taking college courses - one in geology, one in medicine, and one in clinical social work.
We are a pretty average congregation - nothing special. We have several who work in different capacities for the US government, including myself (and yes, I have attended college), a dental technician, a construction supervisor, a nurse, a hotel accountant, a truck driver for a nationwide delivery service, an IT specialist for a large hospital, a beautician, two bankers/loan specialists, a day care teacher a house painter, two who work in the horse industry, three public school bus drivers, three are on disability, several are retired, and about 40 school age children (out of 100).
In the congregation across the hall we have a similar mix but also a lawyer, several caregivers who work for agencies, an artist, a professional musician, a teacher, a home builder who owns his own business, and a medical transcriptionist.
That is how average we are. Just like most, we work hard for a living, and we enjoy our jobs. We attain the education that is necessary for us to sustain ourselves and our families, with enough left to save for the future and to do what the Bible encourages - to have extra to help others in need.
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