Clay Pots & Coffee

We enjoyed an outstanding evening at the Coffee Club (college group). Four new students joined and we played games and discussed their likes and dislikes about this city.

Most importantly, they want to start coming regularly!

Near the end of the night we played a rather cool game: pictionary with clay: maybe Claytionary?? Anyway, the basic idea is to form an object with clay that your teammate can guess. If he does, you get a point.

My friend, Mark, remembered Paul’s illustration that we ourselves are clay pots, filled with a treasure that is out of this world; or, better, the Treasure that is not of this world. Ironic, here we are, a bunch of clay pots, playing with clay so that these young people might one day be clay pots as well, filled with the everlasting Treasure. (2cor.4:7)

This morning, we met with Mark & Ayuna to plan Tuesday’s group with the young married couples. Now, Maya and David are shopping for new winter items (we finally had snow last night: time to get prepared) and Hannah is asleep. In two hours our first Altai lesson begins. Maybe our neighbor will visit us this evening.

Thank you for holding the ropes for us during this crucial phase.


1 Response to “Clay Pots & Coffee”

  1. 1 Phyllis October 30, 2005 at 4:24 pm

    So we had snow before you Siberians did?

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