In the Lakeway Community Church (LCC) building, there is a space currently designated as the "HOT Room." Some practical items for running the Harvest of Talents are stored in there. But this room contains items more exciting and more precious than empty cash boxes and posters from the last three Harvests. (Hard to believe anything could be more exciting, I know.)
In this room, there is a growing stash of talents. That's right: we already have a nice variety of unique, artistic, and practical items that have been submitted for the upcoming Harvest of Talents! In fact, there was also had a cool display of some of these early submissions in the LCC worship center this morning during the LCC church service.
I took pictures to share with folks who couldn't see the display or don't have access to the special "HOT Room." Please forgive the fact that photography is not one of my talents. Still, I hope the pictures will give you an idea of how very talented people in our community are. Perhaps you'll feel inspired by what you see--either to start creating your own HOT projects or to come buy these awesome projects!
Some of these items will be sold for a flat price at the Harvest, while others will be placed in the silent and live auctions. We'd love to add your talents to the collection. AND we'd love to have you help feed hungry people by spending your money on talents like these.
See you September 28!
Disclaimer: Remember, Harvest of Talents is not an event put on by just one church or organization. Just because LCC hosts the Morristown event and has given HOT storage space in its facility doesn't mean your church or group can't have its own collection prior to submitting projects. Maybe you should set up a display at your church prior to Harvest (just make sure you bring all the projects to 1855 Sulphur Springs Rd. in Morristown by 2 PM on Sept. 22). We want a diverse community (not just one church or group) contributing its diverse God-given talents in order to fight world hunger. Will you be a part of that community? I hope so!