- Think of an instance where a simple, everyday object reminded you of God. Describe that revelation.
- What color would you use to describe God's love?
- How else would you describe God's love?
Reading: 2 Peter 1: 3-9
Frisbee is one of my favorite sports. I like to pass the Frisbee to others. I like to play Frisbee golf. And, I really like Ultimate Frisbee.
Frisbees can be used as good team builders. I’ve played a game with groups of people where you have to pass the Frisbee in a line without dropping it. If you drop it, you need to start all over again. It can take some time, but eventually most people can do it.
To get good at throwing and catching a Frisbee, you have to practice. It’s really not that hard. Anyone can learn how.
God’s love is like a Frisbee. A Frisbee is circular and if you trace the outside of the disc, you would never stop. God’s love is like that—it is never-ending. Frisbees can be easily thrown into almost any terrain. You can take God’s love everywhere, too, and you can share it with anyone in any place. Anyone can learn to throw and catch a Frisbee. It doesn’t take too much skill. God’s love is available to anyone, too.
The next time you play Frisbee, think of God’s love. When you have it you, you will be soaring like a Frisbee, flying through the air. --Chad Hershberger, Camp Mount Luther Director
Closing: Go get a Frisbee and throw it around, using that time to pray to God in thanksgiving for unconditional love.