To finish off day 2, I was treated to an incredible lunch at a secluded restaurant tucked in the valley of two mountain ranges. Check out my food post to see some incredible pics of Swiss cuisine.

Following the meal, I was taken back to the venue to preach a message on Romans 12 and what it means to prophesy according to our faith and not human reasoning (one produces words of life, the other produces pronouncements of judgement).

The service continued with even more worship, moving on into the night’s evening meeting. But I was to be taken to another part of the city to minister to the children. And what fun we had! While I love the adults, I sometimes feel much of my music is more child-like. What can I say?–I like hand motions. After sharing a small message with them, I had them draw pictures of how they could share Jesus with their friends; the results were so moving.

Finally, my driver (Stephane) and I stopped at Chez Alex for my favorite kebab in Switzerland! Not only was the food incredible, but we were able to reconnect with some of the staff who not only remembered me from last time, but insisted I watch a video on his phone while he prepared my kebab. I was so touched he had kept the video on his phone all the way from January! Finally, he treated us to some Turkish Mint Tea…on the house. ch:


Ethan Taylor · 18 Sep ’10 at 11:31 pm

Chez AleX! What a memory that brings back! Reading these updates brings it all back. Yverdon is such a glorious place. Blessings and prayers, stir it up over there!

    Christopher Hopper · 19 Sep ’10 at 3:21 am

    I’ve been thinking of you a lot! Thanks for the note. Also, I sat with the African Pastor yesterday whose small church we ministered in together. He sends a GRANDE HELLO to you!

Ethan Taylor · 19 Sep ’10 at 3:38 pm

Solomon correct? He is an incredible man of God, I remember his church well. The three young men that we prayed for also, powerful stuff. Enjoy all the Kabobs, swiss chocolates and teas, Castles and services you go to. Do it all in French if you want 😉

    Christopher Hopper · 19 Sep ’10 at 3:50 pm

    Ha ha! I will indeed! Merci! And oui, c’est Solomon! Wow, you have a good memory, bro!

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