Making the Faith Intentional and Relevant
Helping families understand and implement God’s plan for them so that they are able to bring God glory
While taking children and youth to church to worship services as well as Sunday School, Bible studies and other activities is so very important, chances are that if what is being taught at church is not being reinforced at home, then a relationship with Jesus Christ will probably not take hold. Many of us typically raise our children as we were raised – a big mistake though is that our culture is gradually changing. Before, society at large supported the Christian faith. In today’s age, families must be intentional and relevant. That can be a challenge, and we are here to help families do just that.
Fall Festival – A fall event for kids held inside at the church on the Wednesday prior to Halloween. Carnival-type games in keeping with the theme (2015 – Making Waves for Jesus) a light supper, (hotdogs, chips), snacks (popcorn) cupcakes from the cupcake walk and more provided a festive atmosphere. Kids left with plenty of candy. Photos were taken of the participants and delivered to their homes the next week.
“House or Home?” – God’s Blueprint for a Great Marriage
Small Group led by David Cook – included video and group discussion
This class, written by Chip Ingram, is designed for married couples wanting to strengthen their marriage.
A Night of Laughter – A child-free dinner and followed by Christian comedian, Rayne Ethetton, held at Pickler’s Famous.
Easter Egg Hunt – A spring event for kids at nearby PC Mills Park. The Easter Egg Hunt included a presentation of the Easter message. In addition to candy-filled eggs, individual photos of children were taken and delivered to their homes the following week.