Posted by: vftmom247 | 2012/08/06

Two worlds in one shirt

This was too cool not to share. The shirt is my husband’s Core Team shirt from our church in Fayetteville, Georgia. Core Team is a team of adult volunteers who work with the youth program at St.Gabe’s, wonderful, generous, selfless people who genuinely care about young people.

The handprints are from a LifeTeen Night here in Germany that included an impromptu painting party. One handprint is our daughter’s, the rest are from four German kids and one little Albanian girl here on a summer visit.

What struck me looking at the shirt was how we are managing to merge two world fairly seamlessly. And how those two worlds really aren’t so different, after all.






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