A GOOD MONTH TO BE KIND

 

I hope you will join us in creating a culture of kindness. Kindness is a fruit of the Spirit and a necessary ingredient in showing the world that we belong to Jesus. This month we are going to be challenging our youth and families to take their kindness to another level. I hope you will encourage your children to actively participate in February. I am praying this month’s calendar of opportunities will assist you in nurturing faith in your home.

 

Quick Survey –

Take a few minutes to offer some feedback that will help shape the future of the youth ministry. I will be following up with every family over the next few months. Thank you!! Hug or high five for every completed survey. You’re welcome! Click Here.

 

Red Boxes –

There are a few red boxes set-up around the building. These boxes are for you to fill up with notes that compliment other members.

 

Open Door –

Is just that. A time when the doors are open for the youth group to grow closer to one another and introduce school friends and others to their church family. We will have a few structured activities, but it will mostly be a time for them to hangout, play games, do homework, eat, and enjoy spending time with one another. No phones allowed :) Check the calendar for days and times.

 

Kindness Day –

February 17th is National Random Act of Kindness Day. We are going to spend a few hours in competitive acts of kindness. I think it will be fun. I need a few adult volunteers. Text me right now 512-627-6672 if you are free to help for a few hours Saturday morning after the men’s prayer breakfast.

 

Click Here For The February Calendar

 

A Look Ahead

 

3/3 – Youth Day – We will have a youth event to kick off the Gospel Meeting week. More details are coming soon. Stay Tuned.

3/30-4/1 – Hensel Retreat – Details Coming Soon

4/6-4/8 – Bible Bowl

4/29 – Senior Sunday

 

I look forward to serving alongside you and assisting you and your children’s walk of faith. I pray for you often, and I’m rooting for you.

 

All the best,

Cory