We joined the congregants at New Beginning Community Fellowship, an Open Bible Church, for worship in Aberdeen, WA this morning. We were reminded God is concerned most about our hearts and before we can fulfill a vision to set captives free, bind up broken hearts, and heal the blind we must first be liberated and healed ourselves. Attending church allowed us to connect with Tim, another friend from college. We were also able to see Matt and Brenna (Tim and Julie's children) all grown up and to meet Rosemary and Brett, their spouses.Stacia loved children's church. She is interested in their new series, "How to read and Understand the Bible," and wonders if we can't stay in the area a few weeks longer.
We had lunch at Mazatlan, a Mexican eatery with four vegetarian items on the menu. I loved my vegetarian burrito - different than any I've been served before. It was filled with veggies and topped with a veggie sauce. Mostly, I loved playing with Ava!The sun broke through today. We hurried back to the campground so we could tour Grays Harbor Lighthouse (Westport Lighthouse). The tour was fantastic and afterwards we headed down to the Westport Lighthouse Trail and walked along the beach for about 6 miles. (I'll write separate posts for those sights).
Sunday nights mean ice cream for this tribe. I don't have room for ice cream in the freezer. This has been solved with trips to Ice Cream/Frozen Yogurt "buffets," trips to Dairy Queen and boxes of ice cream bars. Tonight there were Magnum bars - and all were satisfied.Yes, today was fun in every way - other than the Seahawks losing a game by 2 inches. I didn't take my camera into church or lunch - so no photos.