“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims His handiwork.” (Psalm 19:1) Even poor photography skills can’t hide the beauty of the Arizona sky yesterday. It was a perfect day to postpone homework awhile and play b-ball with friends.
We have a wall inside the Rec Center where we display photos of various kids. Some new attendees wanted to be “on the wall,” so we did some photo taking during Rec time.
In continuing with lessons from the life of Jesus, children learned that Jesus raised His friend Lazarus from the dead. Then, we wasted some perfectly fine TP re-enacting Lazarus in his graveclothes.
Almost 2 weeks ago, we welcomed new intern Seth Roggie. We’re so glad he’s joined our team!
Now…some Q & A with Seth:
Q: How many brothers and sisters do you have?
A: 1 brother, 4 sisters
Q: What is your favorite snack?
A: Oreos and Peanut butter
Q: Something that kids and teens today need to hear:
A: That no matter what they have done or are going through, God is there and loves them.
Q: What is one of your pet peeves?
A: People thinking that you have to get married…that it’s impossible to be content being single for the rest of your life.
Q: Choose 3 toppings for your pizza.
A: Pepperoni, Sausage, Bacon.
Q: Name a Bible character you admire and why.
A: David. Whatever was going through, he took it to God.
Q: Something you’ve never done, but would like to do:
A: Get to drive an Audi R8 for a week.
Q: What is your favorite cereal?
A: Homemade granola.
Q: Describe your Sky Harbor baggage claim experience in 5 words or less.
A: Greatest greeting ever!! [See this post if you want to know why]
I know that interns love getting packages from afar, so if you’re reading this and know Seth, why not bless him with a stockpile of peanut butter and Oreos? I’m sure he could find a way to use a Papa John’s or Pizza Hut gift card, too!
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Please be in prayer for this weekend, Aim Right’s first ever Winter Camp in Flagstaff, Arizona. Twenty-two youth are attending and will be learning about relationships — with God and with others.