Reasons to PAINTBALL! Go with the group to St. Augustine, Savannah, LAUNCH

25Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. (Hebrews 10:25)

Funny, you say! PAINTBALL isn’t assembling of Saints…’s a game! A redneck exercise in futility, running around in the woods shooting your friends with paint. THe assembly that Paul was ytalking about was the 10am and 6 pm service on Sunday and the Wed. night Bible study. That’s what Christianity is all about, isn’t it? Honestly, Bible Christians didn’t socialize. Right? What’s the church  coming to when Christians want to play together, eat together, hang out together…………….???????

Well, I have noticed in my study that Jesus ate many meals with disciples and sinners alike.

The believers met daily in the early chapters of Acts.

The first day of the week was a WORK DAY and the believers met after the workday (knocks out the 10 am service). Paul preached til midnight (knocks out our blueprint of the pm service).

Seems that the believers shared all time together.

So, here’s why you paintball!

  • Teamwork! You have to work together to capture the flag.
  • Exercise
  • New friends
  • Escape (from the routine and mundane
  • Fellowship during family time and Dinner in the Barn

Saturday will be a time when about 100 men, women and children will get together to paintball (all ages), have a hay ride and eat dinner. Church members from PC to Enterprise to AL will be there! You should too!

Why go to St. Augustine? Savannah? The annual LAUNCH Weekend? Bible Camp?  The same reasons (minus the paint)


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