|Thanks to the generosity to a College Wesleyan small group and Dublin Wesleyan Church we were able to stuff 500 eggs!|
After the Easter egg hunt it was time for lunch so, of course, we stayed and helped give the babies their bottles.
|Saturday afternoon haircuts for Nathan and Ezra (only $3 total!). :)|
|We had an abundance of Easter eggs so we rolled the windows down and passed them out to passer-byes.|
|As we passed out the eggs we said, "Happy Easter! Mukama Yebazibwe (Praise the Lord)!|
|It was a blast!|
|We put on an Easter egg hunt for the kids at church too.|
They loved it!
The longer we are here the more our perspective changes. We don't go to church wondering, "What will this be like?" or "What are we supposed to do?" We don't enter so many rooms wondering who will be in there. We don't wonder how to greet or carry on conversations with people. In fact, it is an incredible joy to use our history within relationships to carry on conversation. Nathan spoke with a man this morning who recently lost his son. This morning he told Nathan that shortly after the death of his son he also lost a boy who was like a son to him. Since Nathan has spoken with him before there was opportunity to move the relationship forward. Together they shared about struggle and pain in this life. The man testified, "Thank you for your ministry here Nathan. We believe that no matter what happens God is good." Our family is so thankful for everything that has happened today. What a wonderful Easter!