Monday, July 7, 2008

Great Sunday and VBS

Wow! That's the best way to describe what yesterday was like for me. I was thrilled to be teaching at Freedom again yesterday morning. The band did an awesome job, (Count Me In was really cool), the lessons I'm learning about how God works in our lives by studying the life of David are really challenging me, and the crowd that was there yesterday was small (thanks to the long July 4th weekend) but vocal. It was just another great experience of worshipping with my friends at Freedom.

VBS starts tonight so I will give some daily updates this week about how it's going. In the meantime, pray for dry weather tonight over Lake Robinson for at least three or four hours. We haven't had any measurable rain for three months, and now the forecast for this week is for scattered thunderstorms every night! I hope the word scattered means scattered around other parts of Greer other than Lake Robinson! Oh well, that's part of the fun of planting a church and not having a building. I wouldn't want it any other way.

1 comment:

DMaC said...

You reminded me of a meteorlogical pet peeve. What's the difference between scattered showers and isolated showers. The weatehr channel really needs to explain. How can I plan my week without knowing the difference? The kids will love VBS no matter.