Tubing, Skiing, Jumping from the Rope Swing (only the girls had the gutts), Cliff jumping, Laying on mats, eating, eating some more and all the while giving glory to God for who He is and all He has done in our lives. Passages studied John 17 "Christ's Prayer before the Cross" and Hebrews 6 "The Promises of God".
Our little Eskimos
Devotions on the Boat
It was a small group this time but we had a BLAST!
Lotte & Clay, my new favorite couple. I had such a blast spending time with the two of them before Jenny's wedding 2 weeks ago. We went to San Francisco and ate at the Rainforest Cafe and walked arond Pier 39.
It was the most beautiful night and I was hanging out with the cutest couple; the two you see above. Clay, was such a breath of fresh air. He was very relaxed and at a much slower pace than Lotte and I. We were basically running down the street and Clay was just strollin'. My favorite part of the night was driving home and singing worship songs together.
It was a very memorable evening and I look forward to when John meets Clay. We are going to have a lot of fun together :) God has given the two of them so much to be thankful for!
"Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart."
These past months of ministry have been so great. We are so humbled that God would choose us to be in this position in His church. Our young adults group is really becoming such a tight knit clan. There are a few fun events planned for this month.
1. Lake Trip at the end of June. 2. Dodger game in July. 3. Camping Trip in August. 4. BBQ's every other Friday night (FNL-friday night live)
The Lord has truly been blessing the guy/girl Bible Studies as well. We (the women) are in the 6th chapter of "Feminine Appeal" by Carolyn Mahaney and it has been a huge time of growth and conviction in all of our lives. John preached a great sermon last night on 1 Peter 3:15-17- being ready to give a defense of the gospel. What an applicable message for us in this day in age; there are so many outside infulences that would try to rob the simplicity of the gospel and it's truth. I love the two questions John posed at the end of his sermon.
Are you living a life that other people would even ask you to give a defense of the gospel?
Would people come and ask you why all the things they hear and see from the media are so different from the way you live?