"It's a Small World" was the theme of the May program for Warren Women's Christian Connection. Speaker Charlotte Sherman of Whitney Point, N.Y., told of her inspiring life with her husband, Jack, a retired Army officer. They were lighthouse keepers in New York and directors of a children's camp where they taught that all children are divinely created.
Charlotte offered a wrapped gift for anyone to accept. Yvonne Lee accepted the gift, a lighthouse calendar. Charlotte explained that "God offers each of us the free 'Gift' of life, but we have to accept it. At a children's day service, as she heard the Bible reading of John 3:16, she accepted "The Gift." She was 8 years old when she met Jesus as her friend. Through the adversities of life, we can know He is always there to meet our every need, she said.
Charlotte sang a rendition of "The Lighthouse," expressing "If it weren't for the 'lighthouse' where would she be?"
Heather Johnson of Red Brick Farm in Mayville, N.Y., gave a presentation of her miniatures.
Warren Women's Christian Connection meets the second Tuesday of each month for lunch. It is a non-denominational gathering Stonecroft Ministries. All women are welcome.