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the heart of God and to partner with what God is already doing in this world.

We are a thoughtful caring community with a life-changing message of hope and reconciliation. Our worship and teaching are geared towards helping people grow in their relationship with God and with others. It's our desire to be an expression of what God wants humanity to look like - a community that cares for one another and for the world around them. Hope you'll check us out!

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The Big God Story

This is a journey our whole church family will take together to understand God's relationship with humanity and the invitation to be part of God's big story.

Our focus this coming week will be the following Scripture.  We encourage you to take some time this week to read it together, and discuss the follow up questions.  If you don’t have a Bible that you can all understand, please let us know and we’ll provide one for your family.

Week of March 11

Connect as a family

Read 1 Samuel 1:9–20 in the morning, before you get started for the day. Ask your kids to describe ways that God is almighty and powerful (such as His power over creation). Talk with them about how God hears our prayers when we cry out to Him. In 1 Samuel, God answered Hannah’s prayer for a son. Also talk about how God answers each prayer in the way that’s best for us. Pray together and thank God for continually displaying His might and taking care of us.

After reading the Scripture passage, discuss these questions together:

  • What did Hannah pray for in the temple?
  • How did God answer her prayers?
  • How has God shown Himself as almighty in your life?

These questions can easily extend into the rest of the week. Look for opportunities to bring conversations about God Is Almighty into your everyday life as a family.

BLESSING: Blessings are often used in the Bible. A blessing can be a prayer of commission, a portion of Scripture, or words to encourage and guide.

A blessing to pray over your child:

(Child’s name), may you be blessed by God Almighty. May you praise Him for the things He has done and will do in your life.

For more information about our new Family Ministry program, visit the Family Ministry Corner page.

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