|Craig and Angela viewing the inside of a classroom|
at Dr. BT Cooper School
|Following worship, a group photo|
I learned a long time ago as I was raising my family, that family is not necessarily defined by blood. Family is whoever you consider to be your family. But when it comes to community, I have always had a strong sense that I want to give my time, efforts and gifts to the community I live within. It's not hard to see the needs of people all around me.
This week has changed my definition of community. I now have friends that I care for deeply, that are a part of my community. They are geographically far away, and yet, they are still a part of my community. Their needs are as real and as important as the needs of the people in my geographic community.
The question now is, how will I continue to serve them?
|The Dr. B.T. Cooper school|
|Offering a token of our appreciation to our hostess|
|Pastor Karen and Pastor Frida were sermon partners today|
|The Glide team enjoying a wonderful meal, provided by the Kayole congregation|