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Teens and Money

Financial Stewardship

How are we supposed to handle money? We’ll talk about that at Fuel this Sunday…with a pretty fun game, too.

Come ready for great discussion and helpful advice that will help you learn about your own value and how we value money.

By the way, we’re hoping to have an extended series on financial stewardship in the coming months for high school students.  Stay tuned!

Categories: for Parents, for Students

When we can’t see God at work

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In Sunday School this week we’ll take a look at Esther’s life. She had to trust that God was working his plan even though there was know way of knowing.

We’re in the same boat sometimes, ourselves.  Here’s a conversation sheet to use with your student.

See you Sunday!

Categories: for Parents, for Students

Have a New Temple by Sunday!

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In Sunday School this week we’ll discuss the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple following the exile.  This was no easy task.  Much like a camping trip, where we’re scrambling for supplies, everything was more difficult for the Jewish people who came back to their land and had to start from scratch.  Their task involved trusting God in the face of opposition, too.

We’re told in the New Testament that we ourselves are temples and that the Holy Spirit dwells inside believers.  This begs the question, “How is your ‘temple’?”  How is your heart?  Sometimes we need to rebuild it – or at least do some maintenance to ensure we are following Christ faithfully.

Take some time this week to discuss this with your teen.  Use a discussion guide to help you.

Categories: for Parents, for Students

Sunday School, Jan. 8

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This week during Sunday School, our youth will discuss the return of God’s people from their exile.  They’ll see the struggle it can be to make worship our first priority.  The Israelites returning had an uphill battle just to get settled and rebuild their city.  They had to learn that our worship of God must come first.  Everything else follows our priorities.

This is a great discussion opportunity for you and your student.  Use this sheet to help bring it up: tgp_win17_oneconversations_05

Categories: for Parents, for Students

Help with Upward Concessions, get SSL Hours

If you are a high school student, age 14+, and are looking for SSL hours (or are just looking for something to do), we have a lot of need still for the Upward concessions.  Basically it is Saturdays from Jan 7th through Feb. 25th  from 10am to 2pm preparing lunch orders in the kitchen.  See the link below if interested.  Any necessary training can be provided.

Weekly signup for Upward concessions kitchen crew

Looking for help on Upward game days in the kitchen preparing hot food for our Upward teams, staff, and fans! This is a great way to support the RBC Upward program without having to make a huge commitment. You can sign up for a single week or all eight, whatever fits your schedule. If you would like to volunteer, but aren’t kitchen trained, just add a comment on the timeslot you sign up for and we can make arrangements. I am hoping for 3 people each week, but if a particular day is filled, and you would like to help anyway, come join us, the more the merrier!

Categories: for Parents, for Students

Inclement Weather

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.

Categories: News, Uncategorized

A Night of Carols! December 18, 4pm

christmas-treblecleftThe Worship Ministry of Redland Baptist Church presents A Night of Carols! on Sunday, December 18 at 4pm featuring Kids for Praise 2 and 3 Children’s Choirs, Celebration Bells, Waves of Grace Youth Choir and Handbells, the Redland Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra. Childcare is available for three years-old and younger during the presentation. A “Tasting Party” Fellowship follows, featuring Christmas treats prepared by the RBC Family.

Come join us in celebrating the music of the season!

Categories: Music, News, outreach, worship

Come Celebrate Christmas With Us!

Come enjoy the music of the season at A Night of Carols! on Sunday, December 18 at 4pm, followed by a “Tasting Party” Reception. Child care provided for age 3 and younger.  More info here.

AdventThen join us for our Christmas Eve Candlelight and Communion Service on December 24 at 6pm.  This is a family friendly service celebrating the birth of Jesus!

Sunday, December 25, we will have one worship service at 11am and no nursery care.

Sunday, January 1, we will have Sunday School and one worship service at 11am with nursery care.

The Church Office will be closed December 26 and January 2. Check the calendar for other closures during the holiday weeks.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Categories: Music, News, worship

Winter Family Fun Event on January 16!

Family FunOuting WinterAll ages are invited to a Winter Family Fun Event – Snow Tubing at AvalancheXpress in York, PA on January 16, 2017!  The cost is $12 per person. Register Online Here! Registration closes January 11.

On January 16, plan to meet Peggy Peek at 12pm at the Registration Office to pick up your tickets. You may stay for as long as your group or family desires.  See below for more information and the required release form.  We look forward to a fun day together! … (more)

Pride, Humility, and Writings on the Wall

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Humility is one of those lessons I never want to have to learn the hard way.  Unfortunately, in my slow-witted sinfulness, sometimes the only way I can truly learn humility is to experience some painful humbling.  But that humbling has fortunately never been so hard as what Belshazzar faced.  His stubborn pridefulness resulted in a very public end to his kingdom and even his life!  This Sunday we will see that God opposes those who remain prideful against him.

You have a great opportunity to discuss the topic of pride and humility with your teen this week. Just use this as a guide.  Hopefully we can all learn to humble ourselves before God has to intervene and humble us himself!

Categories: for Parents

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