On Friday night, our youth group was incredibly blessed to have our Seniors, who we now like to call our "Wisdom Givers" (taken from Calvary Church in St. Catharines). We began the evening with an autograph game learning more about each other - such as Betty Thiessen not liking peas, Danae Driedger knowing who Casting Crowns were, Adam Dyck having a birthday in April, John Wieler singing the National Anthem in front of the whole group and Jake Peters saying the Lord's Prayer by memory and in low German.
After the autograph game, it was on to board games, with games such as Apples to Apples, Rummy-o, Crokinole, Ticket to Ride, Swap, and a two hour game of Skipbo. It was an amazing evening of fellowship, food, and fun.
Psalm 145:4 says, "One Generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts."
A very special evening which will most definitely be repeated again.