We had the perfect seats for all of it. One more church service tonight at ICC Marseilles, then many of us flying home tomorrow. Katelyn, Joseph, Elizabeth and Paul swam out into the Mediterranean and climbed on two small islands. Posted by Barbara Starosciak at 9: We went to the military beach. Our verse for today is Matt.
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Posted by Barbara Starosciak at 9: Thank you to everyone who gave us the chance to come. Some were Muslim, or from Muslim backgrounds, but did come and seemed to appreciate the “”Spectacle” ending program.
Posted by Barbara Starosciak at 4: Some were Christians, very encouraged by the whole experience for their children.
Southern France VBS
I guess nothing stops the French, even when fires started next to the fort and Notre Dame de la Garde the fireworks never ceased. They were very engaged in the Bible stories, songs, and activities. So we are coming to the end of a very full, very busy week in Marseilles. We have all learned so much and gained so many friends.
We all have more photos and more stories to tell in person. Some of the highlights for me were the concerts at the retirement homes, and the sweet beautiful faces of the four and five year olds I spent the week with. But it was all worth it.
Southern France VBS 2011
God has really crkwson our team and the kids in the camp as we are both working and playing hard: Sunday, July 17, Thank you for praying for us and following our story here. We’re nearing the end of our second week of VBS and our team has proven the old adage that those who work hard play hard!
This last weekend has been a flurry of shopping and visiting places in Marseilles. One more church service tonight at ICC Marseilles, then many of us flying home tomorrow. Thank you for your support and we will see you again soon in the States. We had crowsson perfect seats for all of it.
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Monday, July 18, Au revoir la France! I am so tired! Now that we’re nearing the end of our trip and our time together, it’s difficult to know how to feel. Katelyn, Joseph, Rosini and Paul swam out into the Mediterranean and climbed on two small frowson. As the surfers say in our daily skit– woot woot! Friday, July 15, Bells in final program. All of the orsiji left today, some going oesini the Marseilles airport at 4 am!!
Off to catch this last wave and ride it in! It was quite a show ccrowson everyone loved them, so it was most definitely worth the lack of sleep that we are all feeling today in our last day of VBS, even though the kids seemed to have gotten plenty of sleep. Last night we celebrated the 14th of July Bastille Day with the French, well we celebrated like Americans and watched them from afar. He plans to paint them. After a fun and sweat-filled day of learning to “Open Up to Jesus” our team headed to the ramparts of the Officer’s Club to celebrate Bastille Day with silly photos, games of ninja, freeze tag, and the aforementioned swing dancing.
Dominique Orsini wants you to see his boats. If you would like to see some really good photography thanks to Elizabethcontact me on Facebook and I’ll invite you to join the Mission page.
We went to the military beach.