Sunday, April 19, 2009

10 Years

10 years. 520 Sunday lessons. Thousands of children. Hundreds of volunteers. A man devoted to his Savior. Breathtaking. Thanks, Craig. I'm proud to be called your wife. Happy 10 year anniversary as a Children's Pastor.


Craig and Bethany said...

I love Daddy. I love your anniversary. I want to go to church five more times. Daddy, I just really love you. And, I love that you told me the story of Joshua marching around the city in the car.


Craig and Bethany said...

I like Daddy.


To Daddy

Lori said...

That's an exciting anniversary! Think of all the kids he's reached during that time... Congrats!

PS - I love the new comment layout and being able to view your post as I comment! :)

Mo & Barbi said...

Yay Craig!! 10 years... wow! We've been in the ministry almost 3 years, and sometimes it can feel like 10!!
I'm sure so many have been blessed by you and Bethany -- I know Mo & I have!
May God continue to use you as a channel of blessing to others for another 10!!

Goat said...

Wow--Extraordinary. Craig, you really are a farmer--planting all those seeds. I love that you love your job, love even more how good you are at it.

Not to mention you are my favorite son in law heh heh.
Love you!

CWIKS said...

Congratulations Craig and Bethany!!! Together you have been able to change little lives, and we look forward to our children experiencing your gifts. Thanks for your dedication and service to our Savior.

Ben and Rachelle said...

What an awesome milestone. Congrats!! We saw you guys at the Sunday service and I wanted to hoot and hollar, but figured it probably wasn't very appropriate!


sean lumsden said...

Craig- congrats!
That is a huge accomplishment...know that you are doing more for the future of the church than maybe anyone in the city. Thousands of kids are going to see faith through the spiritual glasses you are fitting them with. And someday when they go to volenteer, share their faith and start churches...they will think "i want to create an experience like i had growing up..." because kids aren't the church of tomorrow, they are the church of today that will start the churches of tomorrow.
press on!