Sunday, July 11, 2010

On a First Day Under Our Belts: To teach and support the needs of children in our neighborhoods

The first day of our latest expansion campaign is done. Our home base the first weekend is at Sandy and Mauricio's, a home with plenty of evidence that children have lived here. Pretty appropriate as one of the primary purposes of the campaign in our Baha'i cluster is supporting the needs of children, namely the raising up even more neighborhood children's classes, beyond the six or so already established.

The agenda for the day is very familiar to us now: Prayers, deepening, practice, lunch and out. Back for sharing stories after three hours or so of teaching. We're getting good at this.

The Uruguay vs. Germany soccer game was on in the house, drawning an audience of two for a time.

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