Having fellowships outside our weekly dance class has always been a highlight for us. I love planning ways to get together. Just to have fun. Just to get to know couples better. Just to laugh! It is important for our well being!
A few of our dance/ fellowships:
- Fall Barn Dance
- Lakeside Dance
- Coffee shop game night
- Christmas Ball
- Tango in the Timber
- Garden Dance
- Game and Fellowships in couples homes
One of the couples who had joined us for a year of ‘Dance with Me Ministries’, owned a small coffee shop. We planned for an evening of coffee, food, fellowship and game night. It was a wonderful atmosphere. The game we were playing that night had this question; What do you think would be the worst way to die? I thought that was an interesting question, but I was thinking of burning, or drowning or dying in a plane crash were my top three. One gentleman playing the game replied , Loneliness. Hmm, I did not say it at the time, but I thought that was a really strange answer. But now after the Covid 19- lock down this last year, I totally get it. We were separated from our family and friends. We are social beings. We need each other. I heard yesterday a story about someone who had died in their home and no one knew for weeks. They had no one that cared about them. They will not be missed. Yes, loneliness, a tragic way to die.
God’s Word- Hebrews 10:24-25 ESV And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, 25 not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.