May 20, 2008
May 13, 2008
May 10, 2008
May 8, 2008
Here is Nathan affirming his allegiance to the Constitution (and the top of my head).
This Dr. Vann. He works at the Seminary as a Professor and he was also an Army Chaplain.
Nathan got up and said a few words about his call to the chaplaincy . . .
. . . and then they asked me to say something which I was not expecting so of course I laughed because I was uncomfortable :)
Here we are grazing on the food.
Dr. Vann telling a very compelling story.
Nathan and I holding his certificate from the Navy.
Here is the Etheredge/Wolfe Family with Nathan and I.
And last but not least, the Clardy Family.
May 7, 2008
Here's me with the girls in "Mr. Postman." It's a somewhat obscure oldie by a group that sounds alot like the Supremes.
Here we are doing "Stop in the Name of Love."
This is the guys doing "Macho Man." They decided to dress up like old men instead of the typical Village People impersonations that everyone would expect.
This is Nathan and I as Sonny and Cher doing "I Got You Babe." According to everyone at church we should have cross-dressed since Cher was so much taller than Sonny.
Here are the girls in "It's My Party." I'm pretty sure we're all saying "party" in this picture and that's why we look so strange.
This is one of the guys in "The Way You Do the Things You Do." They bought all their suits at the thrift store! Well that's where we got all our costumes but I was surprised we found so many suits!
Well, be watching for pictures of Nathan's commissioning service. Oh, I guess I forgot to mention that Nathan was commissioned on Friday May 2nd at Seminary. Of course we forgot our camera so I'm waiting on pictures from my parents.
Another note on that subject, Nathan won't be going to training this summer because it filled up before he could be commissioned. "In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps." Proverbs 16:9. The Lord is in control and even though it made sense to us for Nathan to go to training this summer, he is supposed to be here. We can make this great plan for our futures but it will always pale in comparison to what God has in mind. So we are excited to see what God has for us this summer and we look forward to all he is going to do through this time as a Chaplain Candidate.