Our first week back after Spring break we were in Durham, NC. It was a privilege to be able to partner alongside the ministry of Trinity Bible. Trinity is a church plant, and it was exciting to see the life and commitment to Christ-likeness while we were there. For the time being, they are renting a space every week to set up for church, which introduced us to some new ways to do teen pre-sessions and kids program.
Because Trinity is currently renting a community center, the teen’s Sunday school class meets in a church member’s home every Sunday. It was neat to see the teens in such a personal setting. Riley spoke on the need for servant-minded leadership. “If you don’t believe in what you claim to be leading, you’re actually not leading”. We as believers should have the motivation of bringing God glory. With this focus, it doesn’t matter if you’re an olympian, fast food worker, traveling evangelist, or a fortune 500 CEO, you can accomplish each of these through your goal of bringing God glory.
We always have a very interesting and entertaining kids program every week. This particular week the kids (and team members) made Ryan the Regent drink a mysterious concoction after meeting the goal for number of kids. Never a dull moment in the Kingdom of Kammalott!
Our Irish concert evening was extra special this week because the church people all gathered together just before the concert to have a family style meal. It’s always a treat for us when we get extra time with the people we’re ministering to for that week.