Today was the real thing! We began the day with some worship songs, and small group devos. The worship time was fun because like so many missions trips, everyone is included and there is almost no practice time. We all got about 2 minutes practice time before the group worship time, and there were 3 guitars, a bass, a trombone, keyboard, clarinet, congas, 3 backup singers and songs in English and French - none of which I had ever heard before! We had a good time once we all got warmed up!
|Doing my thing!|
After our small group meetings, we had about another hour to go through our different outreach presentations. The presentations aimed at the adults are Sketchbooks and mime.
|Michelle working on her Sketchbook presentation.|
|Man, whoever set up that puppet theater did a great job!|
1) Setting up the puppet theater.
2) Being a friendly bouncer during the Kid's Clubs.
The second responsibility is really just an extension of the first, since any good tech guy will tell you to leave his stuff alone, and during the Kid's Club outreach puppet show, I just make sure that none of the kids knock the stage over (this pretty much involves me trying to look intimidating).
|Danny - boy at the Kid's Club|
|Michelle, doing her Sketchbook presentation.|
|The finished product!|
|Emily, and some of the other ladies from the team (in this photo, there are members from Switzerland, the US, and New Zealand)|
After the outreach, we went back to the church for dinner, and to practice for our presentations during the international services that begin tomorrow night. When that was over, we packed up and headed to our host home.
|The house in Riom where we are staying for the week.|
We studied Acts 2 today for our morning devotionals. Please pray that the people of Clermont-Ferrand will respond to the gospel the same way the crowd responded after the Apostle Peter shared the gospel, saying, "What should we do?"