We are developing youth who take risks for Christ.
We are also in the process of giving youth more opportunities to develop leadership as they step out to take action. In Fuel this Sunday, they will get to choose to get involved in areas where they feel God is leading them. It’s an exciting step!
This Sunday we will see Jesus’ example of Love for God’s Word and Obedience to God’s Will that we are to follow, too!
And you can have a conversation about it with your own youth. Just use this discussion sheet. By the way, hard copies of this sheet are available in the church foyer.
Join us for the playoffs!
Middle School team: 5pm at Clarksburg High School
and if they win, then 8pm Championship at Greenridge Baptist Church
Meal – We can also get a bite to eat together after the 5pm game.
Varsity team: 7pm Championship at Greenridge Baptist Church
In Sunday School on March 19 we will discuss Jesus’ birth. This teaches that Jesus’ kingdom is for all people.
Here is a discussion sheet for you to continue things at home.
Our Fuel ministry continues to provide amazing meals every week! This is something we love to do, and we have an excellent team of volunteers providing the tasty food.
Please know, we will always allow every youth to eat, regardless of whether they bring money. At the same time, if you are a bit behind in meal payments, please help us out by catching up. This will help us continue to provide great meals for youth in the future.
The fate of the world depends on YOU!
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Come learn what it takes to be a superhero! If possible, come dressed as a superhero! Sunday, March 5, 2017
Times: 5:00-7:00p (hangout until 7:30 pickup)
Includes: Meal, mini-games, prizes, and more!
Call 301-977-1000 or email email@example.com for more information
Why should we trust the Bible? Come this Sunday at 9:40am to find out in our Core Beliefs series.
Following last week’s lesson on handling our money in a way that pleases God, this week we will talk about handling our time properly, too. Since we are in the middle of a church-wide emphasis on prayer, we will focus on spending time with God in prayer.
Using Matthew 6:5-15, we’ll what Jesus taught people about prayer, and we’ll find some “helps” that can assist our teenagers in finding a proper attitude of prayer. Prayer is a conversation with Jesus and does not need to contain certain catch phrases, fancy words, or special body positions. At first, most junior high students are uncomfortable praying out loud or making prayer a regular habit outside of church or small group-unless they’re in trouble!
Here’s how you can take this topic even deeper with your teen:
- Electronic communication is great for a lot of reasons, but how strong are friendships that don’t include some sort of face-to-face time? How does this relate to your friendship with Jesus?
- Are you pleased with how frequently you pray? Why or why not?
- What might be some creative ways of praying that you could try?
- What are some ways we can pray together as a family?
Have a great week!
RBC Closures Due to Inclement Weather
The church office and all week day daytime activities will follow Montgomery County Public Schools when it comes to delayed openings, closures and early closures due to inclement weather. For week day evening activities, the Minister or Director of the activity will make a determination and the information will be available by 4pm of the evening in question. For weekend activities, the Minister or Director of the activity will make a determination and the information will be available at least 2 hours before the event begins. All of these changes will also be reflected on the church website (top right rotating picture) and on the office phone message for special announcements.