What a fantastic celebration of God's Love for us on the week of Valentine's Day. We were able to share God's amazing love with four hands on activities to over 180 children and their families across six different locations!
Transforming a handful of Starburst candies into a model of sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rock took time and patience. We are so thankful for all of the moms that helped put names on labels to keep track of the rock cycle lollipops. It was great to have Tristan--one of Nicole's first students when she started teaching at the CHC join us again to provide science demonstrations.
Thank you to the families that support Living Hope Bryan's Hope Kids program, the families that fill the Community Homeschool Center, the Classical Conversations communities that meet at Westminster Presbyterian and First Baptist Church in College Station, the R&R Homeschool Group, and the ___ Homeschool Group. Without your excitement, energy, and support, LOVE Rocks! wouldn't have been the joy and success that it was.
If you were in the BCS area this weekend, you were treated to your very own snow flurry Saturday afternoon. We were loading up the Airstream and taking it out to our first Love Rocks! event at Living Hope Bryan. We had a great time and who doesn't love a good story!
You might recognize some fun new shirts in the picture. If you participated in the t-shirt campaign last month, we've got your t-shirts. If you missed your chance, we do have extras in almost every size if you want to support a great cause. Thank you again to the families at Living Hope Bryan who allowed us to celebrate God's love with fun science activities and bible lessons.
Two big milestones for Route 104 Science today! We've polished the top half of the Airstream and we set our logo decal in place. Even though she's still a work in progress, we are planning on taking her out as a mascot of sorts for our Love Rocks activities this coming week! Thank you to everyone who has supported and encouraged us so far.
Squeezed in 5 more hours of prayer over our upcoming events and the people we hope to partner with as we continue to move forward with Route 104 Science. I also kept my hands busy scraping, polishing and patching leaks on the Airstream between our local area rainstorms.