Monday, January 25

Works of God Monday

This week has been pretty incredible. God's blessings are never lacking, for sure! Michael teaches our junior high Sunday School and also the junior high Wednesday night program, and we really, really love it. God is gracious to let us have this opportunity. Last Sunday it was brought to my attention that we are starting our seventh year and that is MORE than a little weird. But I did want to praise God for allowing us to see Him working in the lives of our junior high teens. They've been asking the best questions - I am so excited about their inquisitive minds - a great group this year. Would you join me in praying for the teens this coming weekend? We have our annual Snow Camp coming and I am praying that the questions keep coming and that God will use the weekend away to work in their hearts. Michael is going for the whole weekend (Thursday-Saturday) and I'll be heading up for the day on Friday.

We also had a few unexpected blessings this weekend - selling a couple items on Craigslist that have just been taking up space in our garage - praise the Lord!! And we were able to catch up with a friend from our Northland days who made an unexpected visit! It's always good to talk about what God is doing, and encourage one another.

Would YOU join today in praising God for His working this week?

"Therefore encourage one another and build one another up..." 1 Thess. 5:11

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Shelley said...

It's amazing how quickly time goes. Thanks to you for the work you do with youth. What a blessing.

We are also listing some things on Craig's list to clean up our garage too.

God is always good.

Stephens said...

I will be praying about Snow Camp and God's working in the hearts of the kids. So happy for you guys to have the opportunity of ministry with the jr. high!

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