ParentCue. September 19/2016

 
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WHAT WE’RE TEACHING

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WE ARE YOUNG

Session:

Believe It!

Bottom Line : 

If you want to make a difference, believe you can.

Summary:

Adults spend a lot of time and money trying to look and feel younger, while most middle schoolers want to look and feel older. Maybe you wish you were old enough to have a phone, or drive a car, or go on a date. Maybe you just wish you were old enough to make more of your own decisions. There are perks to being young (like not having to pay bills, or pay or taxes, or have a job), but maybe you feel like the negatives outweigh the positives. Maybe sometimes being young makes you feel frustrated and powerless. Maybe you feel like life doesn’t really happen until you are older. But what if it’s true that you don’t have to wait until you’re older to make your life really count? Through a letter written from Paul to Timothy, we might just discover that being young doesn’t mean you can’t make a difference in the world right now.

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News

 
engage-cafe-2016-bannerThe church basement will be open and free for anyone!   Smoothies available for $1 along with other snacks, if it is your first time with us you get a treat for free!!
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The title says it all.  Drop your students off or stay and hangout with us!  Food will be provided! If you want to bring something to share or to help in some other way sign up Here
 
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The youth group will be hosting a meal for our church to help raise money toward FMYC this summer!  You will learn more about the trip later on!  We would love your help!  If you are interested in helping in any way please sign up Here.
 

Think About This

PASSING DOWN A FAITH-FILLED LIFE, NOT A TRIAL-FREE LIFE

Do you remember the first time your child was in harm’s way? I remember the time my oldest kicked a bright bouncy ball and landed on her head on the concrete. I remember when my youngest got her feelings hurt by a friend and cried real tears, not whiny tears. I’ve watched my kids hurt many times, and it stinks.

My knee-jerk reaction is to protect, hover, block, or tattle. Basically do anything to prevent my children from feeling pain.

The same goes with their faith.
 
 
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