Fifth Sunday, my turn to lead Junior Worship.
I had a wonderful time with the 1st -3rd graders discussing Jesus family tree and God's greatest gift to mankind--the Son of David!
As you know by now, we try to go to the Monday Night Meal as often as we can. The DIL does such a good job describing the food on her blog, so I will focus on other details, such as her own hand-built clay Nativity.
I was inspired enough to hang a couple initial Christmas items on December 1st, each made by a different SIL years ago.
Every afternoon, 6th grade grandson comes here after school and, now that football is over, asks to be taken to the Red Barn, an after-school program sponsored by LightRider Ministries.
There is talk of adding a pottery area in the new room to be added on. So Mike was consulted this week and asked to design a layout. The youth pastor's wife is a young mother and into pottery as well. She came over with her little ones on Friday to help with the planning. They loved playing with the cat.
In the evening I got to spend time with two of our own grandkids and see the baby before he went off with Mom and Dad to his first concert!
Saturday started out with a 5K at the local university to raise money for mission trips--the Jingle Bell Jog!
Then a fun time with the daughter, a trip to the Holiday Author Fair at the Indiana Historical Society so she could meet Sherrie Eldridge.
And finally a date with my hubby--a grand Christmas concert at Taylor, music in many languages--excellent!
And now, already Sunday, it's time to go to bed! Later, most likely after an afternoon nap, I will visit you all at Sara's. Have a blessed week!