It’s almost time for a new school year, parents! We know it’s an exciting, nerve-inducing, and busy time of year! We’re praying for this to be the best school year yet for your family!
Here’s what’s coming up in our ministry . . .
ADD YOUR OWN DATES: MOVE UP DAY AND OPEN HOUSE
We’d love to see you at our Move Up Day so we can introduce you to our volunteer team and let you know a little more about our ministry! Get the details on our website.
WE ARE FAMILY: A 4-WEEK SERIES ON FAMILY
Every family is different, but there’s one thing every family has in common: no family is perfect. No matter what your family looks like, it definitely has its own unique quirks, traditions, jokes, feuds, and flaws. The families we read about in the pages of Scripture are no different. In this series, kids will be introduced to one ordinary family in the Bible that God chose to use in extraordinary ways. Eventually, this family became the family that brought Jesus into the world! In this four-week series about the family of Abraham, kids will learn that we can trust God with our family, God takes care of our families, God helps us be honest with our families, and God wants to help families heal.
As your kids prepare to start a new school year, remember your words can speak life and have power in their lives. Make the most of the opportunities you have to encourage them, calm them, and speak peace and truth into their lives.
If you’re subscribed to Grow Your Ministry, now would be a good time to attach Parent Tip Video #7 from your Parents section.
As your kids go back to school this month, here’s a fun and simple way to encourage them during the day: write a simple, encouraging note, prayer, or Bible verse, on an index card, sticky note, or on one of these LunchBox Notes, and slip it in their lunchbox or backpack.
We might be a children’s ministry, but kids aren’t our only priority. We’d love to hear how we can better serve you and your family, too. So we’d love it if you’d complete a quick survey so we can learn from you. [Attach or link to the Annual Parent Survey.]