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Current middle SCHOOL SERIES:
the have & the have nots
A 3 Week discussion on identity

How many times have you compared yourself with someone else today? Seriously — see if you can count. Whether it's their stuff, their looks, their skills, or their popularity, we can't help but notice all the things other people have, and how those things compare to all the things we wish we had. But in this 4-week series, we're going to focus on four things that God has given to every single one of us. You have a past, you have today, you have a future, and you have a family. All four of these things make you valuable and uniquely you.


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Sunday, October 6

This week, you'll look at Moses' early life as you help students see that they (like Moses) have a past that has shaped them, but doesn't have to define them.

  • THE BIG IDEA: 
    You have a past.

  • THE BIBLE: 
    Exodus 1-2; Psalm 139:13-16; I Timothy 1:12-18.


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Sunday, October 13

This week, you'll look at Moses' encounter with God as you help students see that they (like Moses) have another chance to be loved and use by God today.

  • THE BIG IDEA: 
    You have today.

  • THE BIBLE: 
    Exodus 3-4; Ephesians 2:4-10; John 10:10; Psalm 139.


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WEDNESDAY, October 20

This week, you'll look at the story of the Exodus as you help students see that they (like Moses) have a future, and in God's hands, their future is good.

  • THE BIG IDEA: 
    You have a future.

  • THE BIBLE: 
    Exodus 1-18; Numbers 21:4-9, John, 3:14-15; Romans 8:28-30; I Peter 1:3-5.


Sunday, October 27

STUDENTS + DONUTS = COMMUNITY

Our donut outings may seem insignificant, but we’re always looking for ways to get our students out of the building in order to give them different opportunities to connect and build friendships with each other.  Our hope is that these kids would have a strong sense of community so that they might have friends for their journey of faith!  Donuts seem to be one of the best ways to do that!!  If you’d be available to drive, please let Jacob know asap!

Please download and fill out the required permission form for this (and other donut field trips) and have your kid bring it with them this Sunday.