Kids Klub attendance continues to be high, compared to the number of staff we have, so this fall we’ve had to do some tweaking of the format to try to find the best environment for learning. One of those “tweaks” has been doing our opening in a smaller space (basement vs. auditorium) with more defined seating (chairs vs. pews). Please pray for wisdom, love, and patience for all of us involved in this program.
Jasmine & Andrea have been leading songs and doing a great job.
The youngest classes worked on a garden mural last night, as part of a review of the parable of the sower and the seed.
Joel is 21! This happens to thrill me greatly, because that means we now have another VAN driver. Our insurance policy is such that those who drive our van must be at least 21. Joel drove the van for Kids Klub yesterday evening, while I was on duty in the rear of the van. There is a blessedness about driving, though, that you usually don’t find elsewhere in the van: you get your own seat!
Last week, several of the local schools had Fall Break. On Thursday, Andrea, Kelsi, and I planned a teen girls outing to Payson to the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. God provided a gorgeous day. We picniked, hiked, and encouraged each other through big rocks and slippery slopes.
Behind us is the world’s largest travertine bridge.