Do We Make a Difference in Transylvania?

July 26, 2012 at 7:39 pm 1 comment

Today my house was full of children’s laughter again. Two more children joined our playhouse. We talked about the story of Noah..People became wicked, but when God saw that there is a man whose heart is clean, He showed forgivness. God is watching us, and He patiently waits because He is looking in the heart of those who are following Him.

Today, we had a special craft. We made bracelets and each bead represented something different.

The blue represents the sky, the black bead the sin, the red Jesus’ blood, the white bead the pure heart, the green one faith, and the purple bead represents Heaven.

The story of the bracelet is: God created the world, but sin started to rule…that is why
He sent His only Son to die on the cross for us. Jesus’ blood washes our sins away and cleans our hearts. Walking by faith everyday, at the end of the road we will meet with our heavenly Father, in Heaven.

We played in the garden until everbody felt exhausted! : )
God blessed us with His presence and we had a great time together!

Meet Marti, my Summer Intern!

Singing, “Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the World….” — Marti and Anne

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  • 1. Vera Maninger  |  August 17, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    Hello Ann, I am Vera Maninger and Patricia Rosner and Denice Selover will be coming to St. George Sept 28/29. If you have email I would be happy to introduce myself to you. I believe you have met the other two. Maybe I can get a picture of the three of us to send later. Really enjoyed this blog site.


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