Children and families enjoyed rubbing shoulders with a TV star at our recent LEGO Fun Afternoon for primary-aged children, held at St. George’s Anglican Church, ACT.
Josh Taylor, a school chaplain from Adelaide and former LEGO Masters contestant, was on hand to lead this year’s event, and creatively share God’s story through the use of Lego.
Meeting Josh was a real highlight for many of the kids. Parents too enjoyed themselves, including Janet who brought her three children along.
“We were in the car talking about the tower that they had built. When I asked if they had learnt anything else, Liam, my five year old, said: ‘We need to build a strong foundation’. I asked him what he meant by that, and he said: ‘We need to trust in God’.”
Janet was surprised, thinking Liam would be too young to understand.
“It was so encouraging… not only did my kids have fun, but even my five-year-old got part of the gospel out of it, and that’s huge.”
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