The Health Expo training weekend with Valérie Dufour was very blessed, yet unfortunately not so well attended. But at least we have all the tools and material now to conduct a children's Health Expo. There are actually many possibilities, but we would like to start off with an Expo for the children of the local churches. The advantage with it is that you don't need as many volunteers as for the adult Expo. So I hope we can manage to organize ourselves to get the health work really going here.
|The banners for the children's Health Expo - very colorful|
The ASAM (Adventist Single Adult Ministries) last weekend with Andrea Hicks from F.O.C.U.S. Ministries was also a blessing. In fact, the church was packed on Sabbath morning, and I counted about 70 people staying back for the afternoon workshop, which is quite an unusual number. The attendees, whether single or married, really liked the presentations and Q & A sessions, and Andrea enjoyed her stay in Brussels very much. I'm glad that we were able to have her, and it's my hope now to continue with this Singles Ministry. There is definitely a need for it.
|Andrea in action|
|With Andrea, Emma and Felicia for a non-vegan treat in Brussels|
(Belgian wafles :-)
So church life has been rather busy, and the next event is coming in a week's time: Our big baby dedication. I'll be posting about it.
Meanwhile it has stopped snowing and the sky is blue here :-). Crazy weather patterns.