Monday, December 8, 2008

Small group dinner


We are blessed to belong to a small group for spiritual fellowship, learning and accountability.
Sunday evening we had our Christmas dinner together. Of course it was a spread that would please royalty.



Here you see the buffet of delectable goodies. We have a group of about 12 and really enjoy each others company.


One couple in our group is currently doing mission work in Colorado so we ate their portions. No, really we missed having them but they are out there in the world doing the Lords work and just know that they are having the time of their lives meeting all sorts of new people.




Our lessons have been on spiritual warfare, what an amazing journey that has been, I'll post more about that later, but just let me say we need to be prayer warriors now more than ever.
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9 comments:

Mike Golch said...

yes we do need to be prayer warriors this time of year.I woul like to as for Prayers for a blog friend of mine Mark.I posted a link to his site on my site.

Penless Thoughts said...

Prayer warriors for sure!! Looks like a fun time.
Susan

Deb said...

Wow love all that food, yeah the bond is great in small groups,Close like family:)How did they like your new floor Hmmm?????

Nancy said...

HI Deb, the floor has been the high light of any event lately. I just like to stand there and look at it and smile...

Mari said...

It looks like you ate well! You're right about those small groups. They really are a blessing.

Lisa said...

The food looks really delish and I look forward to hearing more about your meeting.

Sandra said...

Oh everything looks sooo good. Those small groups really are a blessing :)

Mimi said...

the food does look like it is fit for a king...and your group sounds like you have a wonderful time studying the Bible together...

All My Blessings said...

Every thing looks delicious. It is fun to have a small group to be around. With a group of 10-14 it's easier to get to know them. I'll pray for the couple in Colorado to be safe and to continue doing the Lord's work...Kae