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G3 – Gather, Grow and Go!

Aug 22, 2016 by     No Comments    Posted under: homepage, Uncategorized

G3 – Gather, Grow, and Go!

Starting Wednesday, September 7 at 6:30pm

Childcare – $5 per child per night (ages 0-3)

Kids Bible Study – (ages 4-5th grade)

1:22 Ministries (Middle School and High School

Women’s Bible Study

Men’s Bible Study

Cereal – Kids Bible Study

Memory Verse: “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.” -Psalm 34:8 (NIV)

Cheerios – Everybody eats Cheerios. In fact, for many babies, it’s one of the first solid foods they eat. Kids will learn that the good news of Jesus is for everyone. John 4:1-26, Jesus and the Samaritan Woman

Cocoa Pebbles – Cocoa Pebbles transform that plain old milk into some chocolatey goodness. Kids will learn that Jesus is in the business of transforming lives. John 5:1-15, The Healing at the Pool

Rice Krispies – Once you add milk to Rice Krispies, they start making a lot of noise. Kids will learn that when Jesus changes your life, you can’t help but make some noise by sharing Him with others. Luke 17:11-19, Jesus Heals Ten Lepers

Lucky Charms – Some see the shamrocks, horseshoes, and other shapes in Lucky Charms as good luck charms. Kids will learn that they don’t need luck when they have the love and care of Jesus. Luke 5:17-26, Jesus Heals a Paralytic

Trix – The artificially flavored pieces in a box of Trix are shaped liked lemons, oranges, and cherries. When we live the real Christian life in the Spirit, we will bear the fruit of the Spirit. Luke 6:43-45 & Galatians 5:22-23, The Fruit of the Spirit

Cinnamon Toast Crunch – Cinnamon Toast Crunch is one of the most popular breakfast cereals for kids. So popular, it can be hard to share with others. Sometimes following Jesus means we are willing to give up something that we would rather keep for ourselves.
Mark 10:17-31, The Rich Young Ruler

Apple Jacks – This cereal brings together the flavors of apple and cinnamon in a perfect pairing. Kids will learn that when we partner up with Jesus, there is nothing we can’t do. Matthew 14:22-33, Jesus and Peter Walk on Water

Honey Nut Cheerios – This cereal makes you think of a busy bee all hyped up on lots of honey. Kids will learn that Jesus wants us to spend time with him, and not just rush around like busy bees. Luke 10:38-42, Mary and Martha

Cap’n Crunch – Those crispy nuggets in the box of Cap’n Crunch keep their crunchy texture even in milk. Kids will learn to keep their commitment to Jesus even when others try to get them soggy. Acts 3:1-10, 4:5-21, Peter Heals a Man Born Blind

Wheaties – When you want to start your day being your best, you might reach for a bowl of the “breakfast of champions.” Kids will learn that to be a champion for God, they should serve others. John 13:1-17, Jesus Washes His Disciples Feet

Cocoa Puffs – These puffs of cereal are light and airy. Kids will learn that when we follow Jesus he lightens our burdens. Matthew 11:25-30, Rest for the Weary

Frosted Flakes – These might look like just regular corn flakes; but when you take a bite, you get that extra bit of sweetness. Kids will learn that Jesus can make life so much sweeter. Luke 8:40-56, A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman

Women’s Ministry

Our inheritance through Christ is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading. In 1 Peter, a man of faith and flaws and eyewitness to the life of Christ challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance. He shares his concerns on big picture issues for the early church, describes believers’ true identity in Christ, and ultimately helps readers discover what it means to experience the Living Hope they have in Christ.

Key themes of humility, submission, and identity in Christ guide the study of 1 Peter as participants are challenged to read the book in its entirety each week.

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