Dear Church Family,
As spring rolls into summer we all are looking forward to breaks, vacations, and more outdoor activities as a family. In the same way, I am very excited for the Summer Missions that we all will be engaged in as a church. When Jesus commanded us in Matthew 28:19 “Go and make disciples of all nations,” he didn’t put an age or place limit. Our children will be part of this mission trip with us. How exciting!
Therefore, the childrens program on Sundays will focus on mission. They will be learning about bringing the good news of Jesus into their neighborhoods, schools and families. Each week they will be learning Bible-time missions connected to modern-day missions. They will have take-home papers for each lesson that supports biblical truth for that day, engaging fun activities, memory verses, country/mission organizations to pray for, and practical applications about how they can be on the mission field every week.
Please join us as we learn God’s truth and apply it in our everyday life.
What We’re Learning
- We held our Bible Blast program at MIT campus on Pentecost Sunday, May 20th.
- We shared the love of Jesus to some families who attended the program.
- We are on the break for the summer.
Little Kids Club and Kids Club
In the month of June we are continuing unit 7: the Gospel project curriculum. The children covered the Old Testament from Numbers to Joshua.
In GIG students explore Psalms, and are integrating it with the Lord’s Prayer.
Parents meeting June 24 to evaluate what we have done so far, both in family discipleship and the children program. We also will discuss the possibilities of how we as a body of Christ connect and disciple our children.
July –September we will focus on Mission using the curriculum Disciple Junction “Sharing God with Others” that covers the foundational theme:
- Meeting Modern Missionaries
- Getting Others on Board
- Hearing God’s Call.
See some pictures from our MIT event on May 20!