Good morning! I wanted to go ahead and give you all a quick update as we begin this new week. As you know we've started a new series on Wednesday night, working through James.
Our series is called FAITH WORKS: WE DO. James is a great book that helps see what happens as our Faith and our Life collide. What happens is works. Works happens as a result of Faith...not in hopes of anything. We DO is a simple series that will helps students know what life with Christ looks like. I'm excited about it. This week we look at trials and temptations. What are they? How do we walk through them? How do we avoid the bad and embrace the good?
Refuel for our High School students is this weekend. Here are some details.
Please let us know of any other questions! It should be a great trip!
Rock Lab - Our MS Refuel HAB LAB went so well that we have decided to do it more often! Twice a year we are going to offer in-depth Bible study opportunities through books of the Bible. We can't always say everything we want to on a Wednesday night, the ROCK LAB is a great opportunity to do this. The first opportunity begins in February. We will meet Saturdays (February 1, 8, and 15) from 6-8pm to work through the book of Titus. All are welcome and invited! (Parents included.)
GIMC - Global Impact Missions Conference weekend is getting closer! This is a church-wide conference where missionaries of all kinds come from all over the world to share their stories with us and help us understand how we can be involved! Student-wise we will gather for a Hangout on Saturday the 29th in the Rock to hear from our missionary!
DNOW - Discipleship-Now weekend is a ways away from us, March 13-15. However, we know it will sneak up on us quickly! Just a reminder to mark your calendars for the weekend! Just like every year, we will also need volunteers and host homes! If you are interest in hosting students and leaders in your home this year let Chris or Andrew know! As the weekend gets closer, we will give more info!
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