It's ascension day, of course: Holy Thursday. I produced the craft for the kids' club at college and I think it might have been my cheesiest one yet. It was a cloud shape, cut from half a paper plate, upon which the children were required to stick cotton wool. A paper Jesus had to then be coloured in and suspended beneath on a piece of string and the string could be pulled so that Jesus might ascend into heaven. Some of my fellow students were threatening to hang it from the rear-view mirrors in their cars! Interesting! I have noticed people have a range of interesting objects hanging there.
So I have two questions for you:
1. What is the cutest, cheesiest, naffest craft you have ever had the joy of producing?
2. Do you hang anything from your rear-view or decorate your car in any evangelistic paraphernalia? I sport a gold fish on the back of my car. That's not a goldfish but a gold fish!
I have an eclectic kind of day tomorrow involving a lecture by Stephen Travis, put on for all students interested in his ideas on Penal Substitutionary atonement, followed by lunch at Chiquitos, which I think is Mexican. I'm not sure either will be too easy to digest!
I signed those papers today, which was exciting and have felt very supported in prayer.