I dedicate this to my Nana, who is in the hospital with pneumonia . Hope you get better Nana <3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHg53hTNJOc
Rachel is now in the habit of creating illustrations during the sermon each Sunday in church. Here are some of her recent drawings.
This was the drawing she made on Sunday when she took communion for the first time.
Rachel is taking away a lot of ideas from church each week and I think it’s great she’s sharing her perceptions through her art.
A nice thing that my church does is we have a concept called yellow cards. What you do is you get a yellow card and write either an encouraging word to ….. or write on the prayer chain. Also in the bulletin they have a special section just for the people who need prayer. I write about one yellow card a week.
One of the people that was in the bulletin multiple times was Kent Wilson. He is a very kind man. He used to help my mother in JAM, a program we do at our church for preschoolers. But he injured his back. It all went downhill from there. He got very sick and was not doing well. So every Sunday I would write a yellow card just for Kent.
But sadly Mr. Kent died. I got very emotional, that I kept on crying and crying. But what got me to stop crying was well I just thought well I know that Mr. Kent is in paradise, and I know he’s loving it! A few weeks later at Gathering (a weekly Wednesday night fellowship dinner) Mr. Kent’s wife walked up to me and said, “All of your notes that you sent Kent just touched his heart and my family and I really appreciate that.” That touched my heart. Every time I think about Kent I burst into tears.
Since that happened I write yellow cards constantly. Just for Kent.