So blessed and proud to see our young people really getting the vision and giving their best as they ministered at Allied services last night!
The Olympic flame has been carried over the distance of 20,000 kilometers throughout Brazil by 10,000 runners. Tomorrow, August fifth, the flame will finally be lit in Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. That run has not been about who was the fastest or who was the best athlete. The torch relay has been about carrying the torch until the flame is lit.
Last night at Allied Services our youth and some of the parents took hold of the torch for themselves as we together presented the Lord’s prayer, sang some songs and passed out cookies. We dressed as different kinds of people and then one by one spoke our individual parts of the “Our Father” prayer to the residents. One came as a nurse, another a soccer player, one was an FBI agent and another a pastor. We are from all different backgrounds, races, cultures and languages but we all share…
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