Here’s a bit of what City House has been up to recently!
We have been enjoying the wintry days with a trip to the ice skating rink at Brady’s Run and building snowmen. Students have also been busy baking. It’s not unusual to walk into the kitchen to find a warm loaf of banana bread or a plate of cookies. We have also moved our fish tank into the dining room to make them more a part of the family.
On the more springlike days of late, we’ve been seeing and catching up with our neighbors as we all get out and about more. The neighborhood kids are back on their bikes, riding up and down the street, filling it with laughter.
We’ve had quite a few guests over recently, as well. Last week Geneva President Bill Edgar came down for a tour of our house. We’ve had many dinner guests, including a group of six students who attended the Jubilee conference this past weekend. They came to share their experience with us and talk about engaging culture in ways that are kingdom-building, working toward the redemption of the world: a vision City House shares with these students.
This coming weekend, we are hosting and open house from 7:30-9:30, with ice cream, games, crafts, and the classic movie Toy Story. We are excited to invite students into our home and introduce them to what we are all about!
That’s all for now!