02 July 2015
Meeting and greeting some of the youngest delegates at Boundless 2015 was part of Founders’ Day activities for General André Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox.
Away from the main arena’s hubbub, in a cool oasis of soft play areas, toys, books and even two bouncy castles, the international leaders – supported by the Chief of the Staff (Commissioner William A. Roberts) and Commissioner Nancy Roberts – met children aged five and under who had come for their own congress experience, run by childcare specialists Nipperbout.
That morning, toddlers and older children took part in their daily ‘mini-worship session’. A Bible-based story, songs and prayers engaged even the shyest child, while hands-on activities helped them show they are as loud and as musical as any of the visiting sections! Sensory baby play – with colourful textured materials to grasp, bubbles to watch and music to hear – kept smallest ‘Salvationists’ delighted.
This article was included in issue three of Boundless Today. Click to read all issues of Boundless Today.