It's been a fun year so far, but this month, we've got big plans for helping your kids grow closer to God than ever before.
Here are a few things coming up in our ministry . . .
April 6th at 6pm: FLASHLIGHT SCAVENGER HUNT
This spring, we are putting a fun, new twist on the Easter egg hunt! Mark your calendars -- your kids won't want to miss this! This event will happen via zoom. Registration opens Sunday February 28th and will close March 28th.
What We're Teaching
BLUEPRINTS: A 4-WEEK SERIES ON GOD'S PLANS THROUGH JESUS
Blueprints are a kind of plan that helps engineers, architects, and drafters to know how a project should go. Plans are everywhere. Kids find plans at school, in their lego sets, and even in their video games. But the best kind of plans are the ones that help us grow. Through the life of Jesus, we're going to find out that God's plans are perfect, love is the foundation of God's plans, that Jesus said yes to God's plans, and most of all that we are included in God's plans.
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Tip of the Month
While your church is here to help, support, and invest in your kid, you are the very best person to disciple your kid and help them grow spiritually. In order to that, try guiding your kids through the four spiritual habits that we all need in our faith journeys: spend time with God, spend time with others in healthy community, share your stories of faith, and use your gifts to serve. These four habits are common ground that can help you and your kid grow together.
This month's Parent Tip
Resource of the Month
Teaching Scripture to kids doesn't have to be a daunting task. You are more than capable of sharing Bible truths with your kid. CHECK OUT these sweet and simple tips from a veteran Bible teacher that remind us that we need to teach kids what the Bible says more than we use the Bible to teach them something else!
Question of the Month
We're always trying to better understand what it's like to parent kids. So here's what we're wondering: What's the HARDEST thing about parenting your kid right now? Eamil me at email@example.com or post it to our parent facebook page!