Gaming with God


Botkins Local School student Carter Counotte, 8, of Wapakoneta, son of Jessie Counotte and Dave Counotte, passes out candy fish during the program “Gaming with God” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Botkins. Ninety-five children showed up to the cow themed event which taught them God is there for them through the good and the bad. The program was held Thursday, Jan. 19.

Botkins Local School student Carter Counotte, 8, of Wapakoneta, son of Jessie Counotte and Dave Counotte, passes out candy fish during the program “Gaming with God” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Botkins. Ninety-five children showed up to the cow themed event which taught them God is there for them through the good and the bad. The program was held Thursday, Jan. 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Botkins Local School student Carter Counotte, 8, of Wapakoneta, son of Jessie Counotte and Dave Counotte, passes out candy fish during the program “Gaming with God” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Botkins. Ninety-five children showed up to the cow themed event which taught them God is there for them through the good and the bad. The program was held Thursday, Jan. 19.

Botkins Local School student Carter Counotte, 8, of Wapakoneta, son of Jessie Counotte and Dave Counotte, passes out candy fish during the program “Gaming with God” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Botkins. Ninety-five children showed up to the cow themed event which taught them God is there for them through the good and the bad. The program was held Thursday, Jan. 19.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/01/web1_SDN012317Cow-1.jpgBotkins Local School student Carter Counotte, 8, of Wapakoneta, son of Jessie Counotte and Dave Counotte, passes out candy fish during the program “Gaming with God” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Botkins. Ninety-five children showed up to the cow themed event which taught them God is there for them through the good and the bad. The program was held Thursday, Jan. 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News