What is a love feast, you might ask. That's a good question. The purpose of a love feast is for us, as staff, to bless our students in the discipleship school. We prepare a nice dinner and serve them. Then we all have fun seeing everyone perform for the talent show! The weather prevented us from having it outside (our first choice) but our living room did just fine as a dining hall and stage!
greek salad with an amazing dressing prepared by the one and only, Brittany
homemade wheat bread, fresh out of the oven
steaks grilled to perfection by my awesome husband
broccoli and cheese casserole by none other than Lynn Hodge
and to top it all off...strawberry shortcake with fresh cream baked by me
The Talent Line-Up
(for those of you who don't know all these people, you might find this next segment a bit boring, but this part is dedicated to all those friends and family out there!)
monologue on the richness of Africa and African women
followed by how to tie a scarf on your head
DTS staff band :: Falling Slowly
this was my debut after 10 years of not playing my flute
Mishea, where were you!?
Hodge and friends
(who came all the way from the states to sing this hymn!)
Eunice couldn't quite get the moves down
Monique aka Jillian (The Biggest Loser) kicked into action
the boot dance!
move over Shangana Village
you might have some competition!
some African dancing
always a treat!
how to tie a baby on your back
the real talent is walking around without the little one falling off!
"sandy" doing impersonations of everyone
and the costume...well, some things are better left unsaid
love of my life playing an original song
it was amazing!
David Song :: Diamonds In The Dust
Joshua sang his original song, I Like How God Made Me
I was a proud mama!
I don't know what's better...seeing a precious baby make cute faces or her parents faces as they desperately encourage her to perform!
Brittany recites her amazing short story in progress
Jocelyn with her slam poem
John tells a funny about a certain Robert Spears