The scene as we arrived at church on the Wednesday evening of Bible school.
I took a few more pictures in the hallways – that I missed the night before.
Pictures of the sanctuary from the balcony – that I missed the night before.
Teachers and students entering the narthex to go to the sanctuary.
Gordon leading singing
Kyle – one of the superintendents – talking about the feature animal – the narwhal.
Spike the narwhal conveys the importance of having a firm foundation.
The memory verse for the week.
Our grandson Jared read the scripture and prayed for the evening program.
I noticed our granddaughter Abby holding Anthony in the nursery class.
Story time was again narrated by Joanna.
Jesse was frantically cleaning and preparing for the arrival of his sister.
Joanna was trying to help him relax and prepare for her visit.
Here they come down the center aisle – the bush pilot and Jesse’s sister.
It was a bit awkward at first, but they gradually got acquainted again. She began by asking him what he had been doing and asked about the mounted fish on his wall.
Yep, he’s describing a fish he caught.
He was a bit puzzled by her kindness and friendliness. That is not how he remembered her. She began by telling him about her new relationship with the Lord.
The treasure hunters are back, and hid while waiting for the cabin dwellers to leave.
I am sorry to tell you that this was the last night it suited us to attend, so I can’t tell you the end of the story. 🙂 Although I asked Joanna about it later that week, and she said the only treasure they found under the cabin were Russian Bibles.
Going to their class rooms.
Dustan Martin taught the adult class and gave us a very well researched lesson on the history of the Bible through the generations and many translations. I knew some of the stories, but it was good to be reminded of the dangers people faced when they tried to translate the Bible into English.
It was a beautiful drive home from Bible school – and we only have two miles. 🙂
Thank you everyone who worked and studied diligently to make Bible school a success.