Ingredients List: Please have the following items available and ready to use during our presentation.
1 – 2 Cups Flour
½ Cup Salt
½ Cup Water
After the honor time is over, you will need access to an oven or some other way of getting your art completely dry before you paint and/or seal it.
HOW WE ARE GOING TO MAKE THIS WORK FOR ALL OF US:
1 – Attached is the worksheet for the honor. It is a fillable PDF so if you want, you can open it and type in your answers in the fields provided. This is so that you can show both your completed worksheet and your finished projects to your director or counselor. Once you do this they will be able to get the honor patch to you.
2 – PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS AN ADULT nearby while you are in this session. This is for your safety and so that they can help you with parts of this honor process which might be more difficult and/or riskier (a hot oven).
Christopher Alexander Walker was an amazing person whom many people loved and considered a close friend. Despite serious struggles with Sickle Cell Disease, he accomplished a great deal in his too-short life. His academic successes were impressive, but eclipsed by his achievements in youth ministry. His service to youth was as integral to him as breathing. He was a person who radiated joy and humor and warmth. He also understood the challenges of young people and knew how to connect with and support teens. He loved people and kept in touch with so many who needed that connection. He perceived needs and found ways to meet them, often putting people together with others who had the needed skills or resources. He chose to be joyful and grateful every day despite chronic and often severe pain. His faith was his foundation and he showed the world what the love of Jesus looks like in person. His influence will live on in those who were fortunate to share his life.