It’s gonna be awesome!
We are planning a trip to see The Hobbit. The cost of the movie will be $10 plus tax. We will stop for lunch afterward so bring extra money for that. We are currently scheduled to leave the church at 9:30 am on December 15.Â Click for Parent Permission
All young teens encouraged to attend See You At the Pole, 6:30 PM @ the GHS auditorium. Also 7:30 AM prayer @ GHS flag pole.
All D-Groups for Young Teens are cancelled.
Please tell your friends.
We’ve scheduled the Young Teens’ Parent Experience and Parent Meeting for September 5.
Parent Experience is a chance for parents to join your student and experience a typical night of Junior High chaos for yourself!Â We get things rolling around 6:45 pm.
Parent Meeting is a quick information meeting.Â We’ll introduce all the YT Leaders and talk about parent stuff.Â Your student is welcome to join you, but is not expected to be there.Â We’ll start promptly at 8:15pm and be finished no later than 8:45 pm.
Young Teen ministries are ramping back up again. We begin tonight at 6:45 pm! We will be mostly outside tonight, so bring appropriate clothes. I seriously can’t wait to see you all again.
This Wednesday will be our final Young Teen Youth Group meeting. Come at 6:00 for games and fun. Dress as a rock star for prizes. THis is our last event of the year with the college Young Teen Leaders.
When: 6:00-8:00 pm
What: Youth group party!
Parent volunteers are needed to teach Summer Sunday School.
Girls’ parents sign up here: http://goo.gl/PE7RE
Boys’ parents sign up here: http://goo.gl/sCIlB
Our small groups are concluding a series tackling four topics that can be struggles for junior high students. In this final lesson, we talk about the idea of “Multiple Me’s” in our lives-in other words, the battle to live consistently.
We will built our conversation around 2 Timothy 4:5-8, words from the Apostle Paul to his protÃ©gÃ© Timothy. These words-written while Paul sat in a Roman prison-remind of us his consistency, faithfulness, and commitment as a follower of Jesus, and the impact he had on so many people’s lives. Paul wasn’t a perfect guy, but he was committed to consistently honoring, obeying, and pointing people toward God.
Young teenagers are beginning to recognize the struggle of acting a certain way at church, but living differently when they are at school or with friends. Many students really want to live for God but just don’t know how to have Jesus be a part of their daily life at home, at school, on the team, or in life’s daily circumstances.
As you talk with your teenager about this week’s lesson, here are some questions you might want to ask:
- What are some of the challenges to remaining faithful and consistent as a follower of Jesus? What are some especially specific situations that make it difficult?
- What do you think is the difference between perfection, which we can’t achieve, and consistency and integrity, which God wants to see in our lives?
- Why might a consistent life point your friends toward Jesus? How is a consistent life an effective demonstration of Jesus and his love?
15 But if serving the LORD seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the LORD.â€ (Joshua 24:15, New International Version, Â©2011)