The SAIL Pathfinders just returned from a weekend visit to Corpus Christi, where we spent a wonderful few days with the Titans of Christ Pathfinder Club. After arriving in Corpus Christi Sabbath afternoon, we had our lunch and then held a worship service on the beach, led by the club chaplain. Drawing inspiration from the sand and sea, the birds and the breeze, the SAILs broke into small groups to build sculptures in the sand representing various aspects of God’s love and the spiritual waters. As we were finishing our worship service, the Titans joined us on the beach for an afternoon of fellowship, enjoyment of God’s creation, and the discovery of several different sea creatures. in the evening we joined the Titans for a vespers service and some camp cooking, complete with our signature pizza-tacos and s’mores (cooked over the gas stoves). The evening was spent in games and fellowship with our excellent hosts, the Titans. in the morning, it was up bright and early (well, it was still dark out, so should we call it dark and early?) for breakfast, packing up gear, a morning vespers, and off to the Texas State Aquarium (http://www.texasstateaquarium.org/), where we pet sharks, learned about dolphins, and saw a display of various birds. The trip also helped several of the Pathfinders complete work on their Marine Mammals honor, and begin work on the new Sharks honor. We were also treated to a show by wild dolphins swimming by in the waters outside the aquarium. Overall, it was a wonderful weekend, with great weather, new friends, and a chance to observe some of the wonders of God’s creation.