I help with a weekly outreach to girls on Monday nights. On most nights, we start out with a rad activity then finish the night with our Bible study. This year we’re looking into the Word and discovering what type of heart pleases God. Most of it, I believe, will be a character study on
Living with Tumaini has been incredibly encouraging and challenging. Very rarely is it challenging in the i-hate-your-stinkin’-guts way; it’s mostly challenging in the i-love-your-heart-can-i-be-just-like-you way. Right now, we’ve got two maps hanging in our room; a world map and a map of the USA. One day, while gazing at the globe on our wall, she
I bough this at a thrift store for my assistant. It’s probably the hardest trivia game ever, even for the classic rock junkie. Please note that the Beatles have their own category. You can read more about it here.
Now that I’ve got that Lambchop’s sing-along stuck in your head, I will continue to blog about something completely different. Sort of. I played Sequence today with some friends. This is how the game ended up. Not only was it the longest game ever, but no one got to relish in victory.