Category bible studies
October flew by like it always seems to. And now all of a sudden we’re gearing up for Christmas. But before we get busy with all of that stuff, check out a few pictures of the fun we had last month.
The first 6 weeks of the new school year have flown by. We’ve had a great time at all 5 of our properties. The kids at Cathy’s Pointe are full of energy. Not sure what we’re going to do when it gets too cold to go outside and run some of that craziness off of […]
It’s been a while since I blogged, so I figured I’d just post a few pictures of some of the fun we’ve had this spring. Whether it’s been raining outside and we’ve had to seek something to do indoors or whether we’ve had beautiful weather for outdoor fun, it’s been a great last few weeks […]
We’re excited to announce that this month we’ve started work in 2 new apartment communities. Plum Creek Apartments and Glenwood Apartments are Affordable Housing communities owned by the same group as North Grand Villas. Both in need of some kids programming and community outreach, they asked us to partner with them to provide services for […]
I realized I haven’t posted anything yet this year, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been having fun, though we’ve had to be creative since it’s too cold to play outside. From rolling dice to “Gorrilla-Man-Gun” to balloon ball to simply coloring and playing with clay, we’ve stayed busy and warm. Here are a few photos of stuff […]
At the first of this year, we made the move from weekly Monday activities at Cypress Creek to Cathy’s Pointe Apartments. Cathy’s Point is adjacent to the North Grand Villas and is FULL of kids. They asked us to considering coming over there last summer, and the time was right to make the move starting […]
We talked about Jesus healing the blind man. What better way to prepare for the story than blindfold races? We made teams of two. One partner was blindfolded and led only be the voice of their partner – no touching. The kids raced to a designated point. It was pretty funny, and no one was […]