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What's on my Kidmin to-do list this week? March 26, 2017

Another busy week this week.

Sunday - teaching small groups 5th-6th graders about Jesus in the Temple when he was a boy.  I know they've heard this story before. I'm praying for God to speak to them through it since they are right about that age.  Hopefully they will identify with Jesus being a boy their age.
After church we have PIT Crew practice.  I will write about PIT Crew soon, to give a more detailed look at what we do. Tomorrow our main plan is to work on a dowel rod song to "Glorious Day" by Casting Crowns for Easter service.

Monday - Day off! I hope to get some housework and planning done for April and Easter and all those activities. In the afternoon I have a planning meeting for the worship service next week.

Tuesday - Work during the day and in the evening I have a Preteen Camp Taskforce meeting. It was rescheduled from last week.

Wednesday - Work during the day and Power Source in the evening.

Thursday - Work during the day and home errands in the afternoon.

Friday - work on VBS 2017, staff meeting in the evening.

Saturday - hopefully I will get to see my little friend play soccer.

That's about it.  Lots of details in between but this is the gist of my week this week. It will actually be a calmer week even though it may not look like it.  I firmly believe in lots of planning and working hard ahead of time so that when "it" arrives, I can enjoy and be in the moment.  I'm always striving toward that goal.

Have a blessed week!

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