Monday, November 26, 2012

a south langley welcome



I wanted to share with you about our time at the South Langley Church on Saturday.
They had 115 ladies come for their Christmas Brunch to see Anneliese make her famous Baked Christmas Wreath and hear our story.

We felt so welcome!
The had decorated the stage and you could see they had fun preparing for the event.


The door prizes included a few aprons they had made.


Did they know that we love the Doxology?
Others clearly do too!


Look at Anneliese!
She is  pro on stage already.

We had such a great time at our table..
eating their delicious brunch....
and sharing with our table mates.



This darling little arrangement was part of their decor.
Did they know what the colors are on our next cover?
I'm not sure...
but it just was like a sweet reminder that God cares about our details.

It was a very wonderful morning and we left encouraged!

all for now...
with love,

9 comments:

  1. Fun to see...Anneliese has that beautiful smile that would make any audience warm to her immediately. I think that there are some very talented and creative ladies at that church!

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  2. Such fun! Laughter, food, fellowship, sharing, what could be better?!

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  3. Oh Lovella - How I wish we could bring you ladies to Ontario for a morning like this!!!! This looks like such a wonderful morning indeed. Anneliese's famous Christmas Wreath .... such a nice idea!

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  4. To the "ten women who work with 5 loaves and 2 fish" --- God multiplies according to His good pleasure! We were honored to have you with us Saturday morning.

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  5. Anneliese does look like a natural on stage!

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  6. So true...that we left encouraged! Thanks to the wonderful ladies at South Langley for a great morning.

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  7. What wonderful experiences you are having....

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  8. I really enjoyed your presentation and can't wait to try my hand at making that beautiful Christmas wreath bread. I was also thrilled to win an apron as a door prize. May God continue to bless you and your outreach.

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Thank you!