Sunday Recap

I’m blessed to have a godly family spanning multiple generations who truly love the Lord Jesus.

Our Resurrection Service was wonderful. Very encouraging! Above you see Buddy who often joins me at the piano for prelude music.

Isn’t Christopher and Anna Marie’s family just so cute? So much adorableness packed into these four kiddos. Mary grabbed their picture after church.

Sunday afternoon was filled with family time and preparing for the big meal at 5!

Working on the ham!
Miss Roll Maker herself

I wonder how many of you enjoyed those Sunday?!

Anna is always doing something to serve others.
Joseph and Elissa

So now you can watch the progression of our dinner in the video above. It was a blessed time, just a little too short.

Some outside time after dinner (Calia and Anna are really great buddies: you’ll often find them doing things together when Calia is over).
The three girls sang a special for us.
I enjoyed the little ones scattered on big ones’ laps!

Time in God’s Word.

Even Buddy “reads”: he repeats after an adult his verse.

Benjamin simply melts me. How adorable can you get?!

“That the generation to come might know them, even the
children which should be born; who should arise and declare them to their children.”
Psalm 78:6

11 thoughts on “Sunday Recap”

  1. Beautiful pictures of everyone. Family is the best, and I too enjoyed a wonderful Sunday with mine, 8 of us. After church we all went to brunch at the country club, and they had a bunny petting zoo set up where my grandchildren wanted to never leave. Went back to their house and great family time, and changed into cycling clothes for a 5 mile ride. Memories were made.

    Again, I love your pictures.

    Blessings, Mari

  2. Hi, It looks like you had a wonderful time with family. We really enjoy your uplifting blog. The video was awesome but it went so fast it was hard to really see it. Is there a way you can slow it down? Also what did you all have to eat? It looked delicious!!! It would be really neat to have some new recipes to try. Was wondering with such a large group of people do you provide all the food or does your daughter-in-laws bring a dish? Thanks.

    The video was a time lapse, so that’s the way it was recorded. 🙂 We had our traditional meal of 7-Layer salad (, green bean casserole, potato casserole, rolls (recipe posted recently), ham, baked beans, and an Oreo ice cream dessert. We do occasionally post recipes as we’re able. No one brought anything! That is one of the gifts we love to provide the young mommies in our family – a meal without any food prep – since we have so many helpers in our home!

  3. What a beautiful family! I especially love Christopher and Anna Marie’s family picture. Anna Marie looks so beautiful! The family meal video is neat. Blessed is our Risen Saviour!

  4. Blessed Resurrection Sunday! Looks like everyone had a good, special time together. I love your dress, Anna Marie!

  5. Looks like you had a wonderful time as a family! I love all the pictures!
    I have a question. What do you do if you have a family celebration like this planned (for example Christmas or Ressurection Sunday) and one or several of the family members are sick? Do they skip the meal or do they still come and hope that the rest won’t get contaminated? We have been dealing with this problem as our family gets bigger. Hope you will find time to answer.

    If someone in our family is sick, the others usually choose not to come, and if someone in another family is sick, they don’t come. Right now that is the “culture” we have adopted based on each family’s preference not to be sick or spread the illness. Christmas is the exception. We get together then whether anyone is sick or not, although so far we have only dealt with colds at Christmas not a stomach bug. That might be a different deal. We have had Resurrection Sundays where we are sick and then the others gather at another home. We have had Resurrection Sundays when just one family or even two are sick. Then we take their meal to them.

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