Saturday, June 4

Sunday School Kids

For the last 2 weeks I've been thinking about doing something - one of those things that, when I'm sitting around enjoying the time I have off from one of my two jobs, I think "Are you crazy?"

I'm thinking of reading to my sunday school kids "The Tower of Geburah" by John White. The crazy part is that it's going to take at least a couple of months to get through the book (it's long, and I don't want to deal with 8-11 year olds for more than a few hours at a time). So, there goes my summer Thursday nights, in essence.

But even the downsides don't deter me. I've been mulling this over, taking polls of parents, and everyone thinks its a GREAT idea (well, of course parents think it's great - someone read to their kids? An Allegory? and talk about Christ? What's not to love? Ok, the driving, but besides that!)

But I'm even excited. I just don't know where I'll host it. The thing is, I don't have all the things figured out (the Event planner in me is going nutty) But I think I'm just going to jump in and do it.

2 comments:

Anne said...

Wow! That sounds like a terrific idea! Can you come be my kids' Sunday School teacher? :-)

Ainsley said...

Of course! Just move up here for a few months! :D Of course, I'd have to then come down and nanny for a while, too!

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