Saturday morning Legacy hosted teams from the Miniature Football League or Electronic Football League. I'm just getting to understand the sport and am not sure of all the rules, but here are some pics from the day. Eight teams played from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. And that was after Friday evening games that went into the early morning hours. Made me want to pull my old electronic game down from the attic!
We then went down to Waco for Cambell's Dedication of Home and Family at her church. Here's a picture of my family and a scene from the service.
It was so meaningful to be grandfather and stand in the stream of generations that seek to honor God. I'm a blessed man.
After a wonderful Sunday afternoon with Graham and my families, I jumped in the Element and headed to a home outside Kerrville to meet up with LynnAnderson of Hope Network Ministries and a group of fellow mentors. I met Lynn over 20 years ago at a Leadership Network meeting in CO, and we have been friends since. The drive down was beautiful, and I listened to nothing but the wind and tires on the pavement the entire 4.5 hours.
As you can see, we spent a lot of time in "group," not something I seek out very often, but I cherish the connections with this group of friends. Above all, I am blessed to know Lynn and Carolyn and be part of their ministry to so many. I pray Kim and I can finish well like them.
It was a meaning-filled break, and I return home to jump back into the routine of ministry and family.
Kenyon did a great job on the message "Following Jesus into Poverty" while I was out. Check the message and discussion notes here.