We kicked off the evening with a fun game called "fork over your quarters". Students had to roll quarters down a 6 foot table and hope to have the quarter roll between the tines of an upside down fork. We had a few attempt the feat with only a minute on the clock each. The last guy tried and got one quarter in the fork. He won himself a gift card for pizza.
Following the game we watched a video about a bad dating relationship from Bluefishtv.net. A young lady shared her story about being involved in an unhealthy relationship and the affect it had on her as a follower of Christ.
After the video we divided up the middle and high school groups. Ramon taught the middle school students, and I hear he did a fantastic job, and I had the high school students. Our lesson last night was about dating relationships. You know dating is not found in the Bible. So we took off from there and even gave the students some tips on "how to break up".
The POD groups took giant post it notes and each group wrote the advantages of dating on one side of the post it note and the disadvantages on the other side. For every group the disadvantages outweighed the advantages and as a youth group over all the disadvantages list was way longer than the advantages.
During Hang Time we had corn dogs and hot dogs, pretzels and our famous red kool aid. Somehow I ended up making about ten iced coffees before the night was over. Looks like iced coffee is going to have to go up on the menu whenever we put up a menu.
This next Sunday we talk about our relationship with the church. Looking forward to it.
The picture is our new The Loft logo that we placed on the wall last week and some of our fantastic students modeling beneath the sticker.
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