grades 6 - 8
grades 6 - 8
grades 9 - 12
grades 9 - 12
CURRENT WEDNESDAY RHYTHM:
1st, 2nd, 3rd WEDNESDAYS -> at the church building
4th WEDNESDAY -> rest and family week
5th WEDNESDAY -> Conversation Workshops
December 7... YOUTH LIFE
December 14... YOUTH LIFE
December 28... REST/FAMILY WEEK
Food - Games - Other Silliness
Wednesday, December 21st @ 7p
Bring a white elephant gift
[no more than $5 and ideally free]
THIS MONTH's CONTENT
Apologies — they’re hard to give, but they’re sometimes hard to receive, too. When you’re the one who has hurt someone else, saying you’re sorry (and actually meaning it) takes work and practice. But when you’re the one who’s been hurt by someone else, things get even more complicated. What if you don’t want to forgive them? What if they don’t seem sorry? What if they won’t even admit they’re wrong? What if they’ve moved on, but you’re still not over it? In this series from the Old and New Testament, we'll find out what it means to truly give (and receive) forgiveness. We’ll discover that when you need forgiveness, it’s not enough to just apologize. And when you’ve been hurt and need to forgive, we’ll explore the importance of shifting your perspective, and remembering Jesus knows what it’s like to be hurt.
Next MONTH's CONTENT
There are certain things that make Christmas really feel like Christmas, right? Christmas trees, holly, candy canes, nativity sets, that one Christmas album your family can’t get enough of . . . oh! And angels. If you pay attention, you’ll find them everywhere this Christmas season. They’re on Christmas trees, ornaments, and greeting cards. They’re in Christmas carols, movies, and nativity sets. And they’re all over the pages of Scripture, too. That’s because angels played an important role in the very first Christmas. In this four-week series from the Gospels, we’ll pay close attention to the announcements the angels made surrounding Jesus’ birth. Together, we’ll see why the messages the angels shared back then still matter today — like the message that God’s timing is always right, that Jesus is always good news, that we can always share God’s story, and that God is always ready to rescue.
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Axis is your partner and guide to deepening your relationship with your kid by having an ongoing conversation aimed at leading them into a lifelong faith in Jesus. Our resources combined with our clear guides give you the direction and confidence you need to start a conversation with your kid that will last a lifetime by bridging the gaps between culture and theology AND between generations. THERE IS NO COST TO YOU!
Restoration Project is a movement of awake men. We are not a method, message, product or person. We are committed to catalyzing men everywhere to ENGAGE as intentional fathers and brothers. We help them dive deeply into their own stories, find healing in their souls, know God for who He truly is, and out of a place of strength and tenderness, restore the world.
We want to remind you why what you do is so important. To help you focus on what matters most. To discover parenting along with you, so you know you’re not in this alone. Not all at once. Just little by little. So week by week, we will cue you so you can make the most of the weeks you have with your kids before graduation.
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