We went to watch daddy, grandma and grandpa play in a golf outing last week for LifeLine. This is an amazing ministry started by dear friends of mine. We had so much fun, the kids liked the sand trap and the golf cart ride the best! And since it was way too hot to cook when we got home – we had ice cream for dinner (OK frozen yogurt – but they don’t know the difference). What a great day. Thanks Eleni and Chris for letting us join in the fun!
Learning from daddy. a giant stick to play with – yes please!
Look at him eyeing her bowl! Stinker. The bean decided that he was in fact not finished – after he ate his own. The bird was less than pleased. 🙂
Here is a little bit from LifeLine’s website. I love them! Check ’em out – they can always use donations and volunteers.
LifeLine Ministries of Northern Kentucky was established after two years of intense prayer, education, discovery, evaluation, and guidance. Its founders sought to demonstrate the love, acceptance, and peace of Jesus Christ to those in need through relatively simple, yet genuine acts of support. By providing a mechanism to unify the local body of Christ, they believed that God’s power, purpose, and directive could be magnified to the benefit of the community.
To expose as many people as possible to Jesus Christ and his saving grace by creating and executing consistent, unique servant opportunities throughout Northern Kentucky.
- The love and power of Christ can be demonstrated in simple and authentic ways.
- All believers are commanded to conduct ministry to further the body of Christ.
- All individuals are bestowed with unique skills and capabilities meant for ministry.
- Outreach activities can greatly impact and benefit the local community.
- The community can witness the love and acceptance of Christ through outreach.
- The local body of Christ is more powerful and effective when unified.
- The depth and breadth of our faith can increase through independent ministry forums.
- Ministry and Outreach activities are most effective when conducted in teams.
- Ministry honors God and inspires people.
- Ministry is a lifestyle, not an event or a program.