Father’s Day 2010 @ LSC

Posted: June 21, 2010 in Living Stones Church, vision

Yesterday was our annual Father’s Day celebration at Living Stones Church.  I love Father’s Day at LSC.  HUGE thank-you to Ann Lynn & Jennae Gee for pulling everything together and everyone who helped us by loaning us games or grills or setting things up.

  • We grilled brats (at 9:30 a.m. we called them “breakfast sausages.”  We had jalapeno and onion toppings…sorry to those who sat around a dude downing that! 🙂
  • We had corn hole games;
  • The band played Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing as our “introductory – ‘get your brat or coffee and have a seat’ song”;
  • The band was great.
  • Sky Medors did a great job leading.
  • My son, Isaac, played drums for the very first time – I was VERY proud.
  • Great communion comments by Jim Ruth (9:30) and Jeff Gritton (11:30);
  • preached a message from the life of Joab (which means Jehovah is Father);
  • high energy worship;
  • great attendance (in spite of widespread power-outage from the storms last Friday);
  • got to see Doug Harsch’s baptism video from last year’s service at the YMCA (I’ll post on blog soon);
  • prayed for Fathers –

And then…went with the family after church to Red Robin for a whiskey BBQ cheeseburger and then watched Toy Story 3 (which made we want to cry in a masculine way for a very long time!  How could Andy grow up and go to college?  Isaac is not allowed now to go to college.)

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Comments
  1. david says:

    Hey, are those people wearing shorts??
    Oh, I get it. Everybody changed after church services ended.
    That’s fine.

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