July 12th, 19th, and 26th (last 3 Wednesdays in July) from 5pm-8pm!
This is a free event that we are excited to share with our surrounding neighbors especially geared towards families, including kids, parents, and grandparents. Discipleship is hard! But it is the most glorious calling any of us have. So if you are in the business of making disciples of the next generation, we want to come along side you, offering encouragement, along with practical resources and aids to help you as you seek to glorify the Lord in this beautiful calling.
Each Wednesday, we will begin with dinner and fellowship, followed by a short workshop for the adults and an activity for the kids. We will then return to learn a Bible story together, where we look at some strategies for teaching different age groups. We'll then break off into another adult workshop while the kids participate in a craft and learn a song. When we come back together, the kids will teach the parents the song. Finally we'll end on a game - kids versus parents!
Come join us. It will be a blast!
Jesus did a lot of his discipleship over a meal. Discipleship is something that takes place in every facet of life, but there is a special place for it around the dinner table.
Because we are fashioned after God's likeness, it only makes sense that we like to create and make things. Crafts are a fun tangible way to help reinforce what the young disciple has learned.
Most kids have a lot of energy, and what better way to use that energy than some fun healthy competition. competition often brings out our true colors, which makes games a great place to practice discipleship.
While most of us would be hard-pressed to retell last week's sermon or Sunday School lesson. Music and song are excellent discipleship tools for storing up God's truth in our hearts and minds.
There is no greater call for a parent than to raise up the next generation of disciples. Yet, in order to make disciples, we too must know what being a disciple is and grow as disciples ourselves.
What a blessing to be involved in your grandchildren's lives. While the primary responsibility of discipling the next generation belongs to the parents, you are a tremendous resource of knowledge and experience. Family discipleship includes you!
We often think of the Great Commission as the call to go and make disciples while forgetting that you and I are called to be disciples ourselves. In fact, it is really difficult for non-disciples to make disciples. Join us as we look at Jesus' calling for every individual. Regardless of where you are in your walk with the Lord, this series is for you. We want to meet you where you are and point you to where Jesus is calling you.