Y2Y, which stands for Youth to Youth, is the name of our youth group. Each month Y2Y direct a service in which every aspect of the service youth are ministering. They lead, sing, speak, usher, greet, and are used by God to minister to the rest of the congregation. This month, when their poster was hung announcing who had what job, it was simply a huge question mark. My husband decided we were going to have senior saints speak and tell the youth what has helped them along the way. The service began with songs from the hymnal such as "What A Friend We Have In Jesus," "Oh, I Want to See Him," and "I'll Fly Away." Sis. Jane (who you can read about in my "Influential People" blog) was the first speaker. She spoke of making choices and choosing to serve God. She stated, "Things aren't always black and white, right or wrong." "There is also good, better, and best." She was followed by some senior testimonies, more singing and then my husband and I each spoke. Sis. Jane's words made me thing of my blog about "Excellence." Sometimes we don't attain excellence because we only choose good or better. To make great choices, we must always choose "best." At the end of the service, I knelt at the altar with a darling young lady named Jackie. My oldest son met Jackie at college and invited her to church. Looking up through tears, she said to me, "I want to live for God." Jackie was making the best choice. Choose you this day whom you will serve.......please make the "best" choice.