Saturday evening, July 16
This evening was planned as a community outreach.
This was an easy trip, as the church is only about five miles from TFC’s International Office.
This guy was having fun with a traffic cone.
It really did work as a megaphone. 🙂
I think this picture will work well for a morning Bible verse one of these days.
Everyone was invited inside for a gospel music program.
The pastor (standing on the right) had prayer for the group after they sang their last song.
The barrel train was a neat attraction for the children.
Not everyone who rode the train was young. 🙂
I loved watching these two.
This car was an attraction for those who like to see racing vehicles.
The food tent was behind the car. The food was free to everyone – hamburgers, hot dogs and lots of other picnic-style items.
Many of the men and boys – and a few women and girls – tried to “ring the bell” on this game.
I kept seeing children in wet bathing suits and thought maybe this had water at the bottom, but it was a normal bounce house slide.
Then I walked a bit farther and saw how they were getting wet.
It was a beautiful evening – with a beautiful view from the chapel steps.
We enjoyed meeting new people and telling them about Transport For Christ, and praying with one man who was feeling stressed.
Many had seen this chapel – parked at the office – but had never been inside.
The church also had an information and prayer table next to the food tent.
We had a great visit with the pastor and were impressed by his concern for the souls of people – especially in this neighborhood.