Posted by: vftmom247 | 2013/02/21

This is the “official” missionary blog. Less me, more mission.

The Taylor Family Mission

Just in case this does not make it into an official mission newsletter, I have to share the incredible night last Sunday. We were a little concerned the Saturday before. After all, we had First Communion kids and parents coming, we had a group of teens coming in to see Karneval photos, a Confirmation class, and we had our regular group all coming in at the same time. And we (of course) had no idea how many people were coming.

Questions arose. Where would we put everyone? Would the noise level be too much? Would anyone show up?

God laughed, and said, “Quit worrying. I got this one covered.”

And He did. Mass was standing room only. About 20 teens were there. About ten of the First Communion families came over to the social night afterwards. Now, the fact that pizza was mentioned may have had something to do with…

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