A few days ago, I wandered through
some of the beauty of Utah
to the town of Salina.
At Faith Baptist Church, I gathered
with 68 other women and girls
from a dozen different towns
for a fellowship luncheon.
"God's fingerprint" on our lives
was the theme, with a decor that included
fingerprint cookies, magnifying glasses,
and investigative measures to learn
how God works in our lives.
The little ones were welcomed
and eager to be a part of a
'big girls' day.
Young girls found their best friends
while the older ones reconnected with theirs.
It was a day for smiles!
Christine Grings, a missionary to the Congo,
shared from the book of Esther and reminded us
that though we can't always see through the fingerprints of God,
He is always good- only good.
Christian fellowship is a precious thing here in Utah
and I am grateful for sisters-in-Christ.
God is good!