A good evening is enjoying a home cooked meal not only with family but new friends around your supper table.
A good evening is hearing your kids laughing with their kids, shooting laser Nerf guns and playing hide and seek with one another, and simply being kids.
A good evening is conversation about life, faith, family, things both silly and serious, meaningful and everyday.
A good evening is praying for one another, for our families, for our churches, and for our community.
A good evening is knowing that in all of this God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—is present and active, doing his thing with grace, mercy, and love.
A good evening is being thankful because when you wake up the following morning, you will wake up into a life where you are not alone, where you have people who love you, friends who pray for you, and a God who will never leave you nor forsake you.