|To start the dinner, we lit candles|
in a dark room, explaining how the Word
sheds light on the darkness of hearts.
|Using the coloring sheet linked above, we made stained glass windows |
for "Castle Church" using cut up pieces of tissue paper and a glue stick.
|A black running shirt and rope turned into a monk costume |
while David and Jude write the "95 Theses."
|Nailing the 95 Theses to the door of |
Castle Church in Germany. (Pretty historically
accurate church, eh?)
|Donuts left over in the freezer |
turned into "hammers" for dessert.
I served stroganoff for dinner.
There you have it. A very simple version of the more elaborate. I want to reiterate that this took about 30 - 45 minutes of my time today. Because some of you might look at that link above and think, "No way do I have time for that!" My version isn't good enough to put on pinterest or make a magazine cover, but that's not the point, right? I can't wait until I have 12 hours to make the costumes, invite a group of friends, and make fresh wiener schnitzel to teach these little men about courage and faith. So friends, whatever you have today, this day, use it.
Happy Reformation Day!