Our PEACH teens got together this afternoon for a day filled with fun. They met up at local gaming center to play a little Whirlyball. Fourteen kids split up into teams to compete. With each game they would regroup into new teams.
Following Whirlyball they played a couple of games of laser tag. Our PEACH sponsor for today brought in prizes for top score and most accurate shot. The kids had a great time and the parents hung out and visited.
It made for a great day of bonding and fun. The kids were starting to leave before I remembered to get a group shot, so a few are missing from the picture.
Then I observed that most people are motivated to success because they envy their neighbors. But this, too, is meaningless–like chasing the wind. “Fools fold their idle hands, leading them to ruin.” And yet, “Better to have one handful with quietness than two handfuls with hard work and chasing the wind.” Ecclesiastes 4:4-6