Parent Connection (November 8, 2015)

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Today’s lesson We finished the Winter Games series today with Go for the Gold! Something that I’m passionate about is challenging kids to be like Jesus. I think we all know that He’s our ultimate example, but we settle for adequate instead because, well, nobody’s perfect. Today’s lesson was about preparing and persevering toward the “prize” of Heaven. One of the things Olympians need is a Coach. Someone told me once, “Tonya, if you keep relying on yourself to get to where you want to be, you’ll never reach your goals because you’re trusting the same person who got … [Read more...]

Parent Connection (November 1, 2015)

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Today’s lesson Today’s lesson in our Winter Games series was called Wipeout. The bottom line is this. When we wipeout, God’s forgiveness allows us to get back up and start over. … [Read more...]

Parent Connection (October 25, 2015)

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Today’s lesson Since Moses died last week, we are finished with his life, and therefore, finished with the Books of Law (Genesis—Deuteronomy). With Christmas coming up, we’re going to do some seasonal lessons and pick back up with Joshua in January. … [Read more...]

Parent Connection (October 18, 2015)

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Today’s lesson Have you seen the “What’s In the Bible? DVDs?” I love them because they’re Scripturally-accurate and kids love them. … [Read more...]

Music Ministry Update

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Rejoice!! The Apostle Paul reminds the Philippian believers in Philippians 4:4; “Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: rejoice!” He was encouraging them to rejoice even in times of great persecution.  It seems easy to rejoice when things are going well, but my friend, we need to remember to rejoice even in the hard days, when we do not think we can make it. When we do not know what to do; rejoice! Not in the circumstances, but rather, rejoice in our position as a “blood bought saint of the living God.” I believe we all need to be reminded Whose we are, and what our … [Read more...]