Welcome to the Weekly UPDATE
|Flashback to college Mathu Gibson. So glad he is on our team!|
Highlights from the week.
ROUND TABLE at the home of Kalim and Paula Andraos. Wow. After being welcomed into the Andraos home, I realized how much I need to learn about hospitality.
|Prepping for worship post feast.|
Kalim confessed that all his friends are getting old and that he was on the look out for younger ones. The Fellows were glad to oblige!
As Kalim only can do, he gave us an impassioned charge to follow Jesus and live righteously. A great night was had by all. (more photos below)
|Have you ever had a golden almond?|
|I can now say that I have!|
LEADER LUNCH at the Variable with Keith Vest
|This place rocks|
Keith Vest took Leader Lunch to the next level. He used his story to help us see how God truly does direct our paths.
|You wouldn't believe how many takes it took to get this picture|
|The Variable is so cool|
Thank you Keith for bringing the heat and the heart. You are a great friend.
BOARD ADVANCE. That's right. The Fellows don't retreat. We advance! Even the board. After a couple postponements, on Wednesday night, the board finally got together to do some reflection and planning. It was worth the wait! What a night!
Get ready city! Good things are coming.
|The gals at Waughtown Pediatrics|
Blake Hill and I paid our wives a visit on Wednesday and spread the love to the entire office at Waughtown Peds.
|We switched it up. Blake went red and I went blond.|
Then, Lia and friends turned the tables on us on Saturday and surprised us with dinner and Ricky Skaggs tickets!
|Can anyone say prom pic?|
|what a show!|
It was church - bluegrass style.
CLASSES. We continued class with Jack Wilkerson and ended our course with Rob Alexander.
We went out with a bang. Rob had us all over to his new office on Kimwell Street at SonicAire.
|Controlling all your dust needs|
|Yep. That's a mini velodrome.|
Saturday, at the new Winston Junction (get ready Winston), there was the first of several promotion events for the cycling center.
To me it felt a little bit like fight club. Ha!
|the place was packed|
We immediately felt at home with Sophie-Earle. She has a magnetic personality and an infectious laugh. She is our second Clemson student this year and will be bringing her talents to Winston-Salem next year. We couldn't be more excited about it.
We continue to receive applications. I'll be heading to Davidson this week to meet with some potential leads.
If you know of anybody who may be interested in this or another Fellows program - contact me this week! Spaces are filling fast.
We are so thankful for the support we receive to do this program. Without you, we wouldn't exist.
If you would like to join the giving team, here's how:
Send checks to
851 W. 5th St.
or give online at wsfellows.com/give
ANOTHER WAY TO GIVE!
Host a Round Table! Want to have the Fellows over for dinner? We have spaces available this spring. Round Tables are 6-9pm on Mondays. We gather, eat, clean, worship and pray. A good time is always had by all. If you are interested in hosting - contact Ned at firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Fellows love homes|
MONDAY: ROUND TABLE at the PAYNTERS
TUESDAY: RECRUITING TRIP TO DAVIDSON and NATALIE BAYER'S BIRTHDAY!!!
WEDNESDAY: LEADER LUNCH with CYNTHIA TESSIEN
THURSDAY: Nigel and I are going to do a little church!
FRIDAY: Jack's Class and Mission Statement Workshop
|Elizabeth, Stef, Lia and Joan|
|Andrew is thinking about getting one of these for his apartment next year|
|i really don't know who Christian thinks he is sometimes...|
Trent's girlfriend practices her ax throwing - coming to Winston soon!!!!