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May 28, 2011
A Super Saturday? You better believe it was. We had another outing, today, with our young people. Remember, we're running a program for the third through sixth graders. It is a lot like a program by Positive Action called Sigma, but we have modified it for this age group. It's working really well. I have actually been amazed at what some of these kids can do. Anyway, our outing didn't work exactly like we thought it was going to work. We were hoping to play Big-Ball Volleyball using a 36" diameter ball and a church bus for the net.

I wish you could have been there. I have some video and pictures, but I don't want to post too many videos and pictures of church kids without their parent's permission. It was a little hard for the kids to get the ball over the bus when some of the kids were barely bigger than the ball itself! So, we decided to play kick-ball with the big ball instead. There were a couple of skinned-knees, but everyone is okay and everyone had a great time.

After we played five innings of kick-ball, everyone was tired and needing a snack. But first, we feasted on the Word of God as Bro. Keith Linzy gave a short devotion.

After we had our snack, the kids were rested and ready to go again LOL, so we played a few more games inside with the big ball. Ahh, you should have been there!

So, Super Saturday draws to a close. We're tired, sunburned and looking forward to a splendid Sunday. Our Pastor doesn't miss church often (we don't believe the Pastor should be gone half the time - is he called to pastor or to be an Evangelist? See this...), but this past week he and his family took a much needed vacation. We know he will be in the pulpit recharged and ready to go. It promises to be a great service. Of course, they all are. Nothing whipped up, nothing man-made, just the man of God preaching the truth of the Word of God.