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Current middle SCHOOL SERIES: HEAR ME ROAR
A 4 Week discussion on Evangelism
We've all heard it before. "Be bold!" "Don't be ashamed!" "Take a stand!" But let's be honest. Being bold about your faith can be awkward, intimidating, or just plain terrifying—especially when you're a teenager who's already feeling pressure to be liked and accepted. In this 4-week series, you'll acknowledge that challenge, then encourage students to grow in their boldness as you walk through a few key stories in the book of Daniel. These four stories help us see that being bold begins when we fill up on God, surround ourselves with like-minded people, choose peace even when it's difficult, and practice boldness consistently.
Sunday, May 5
This week, we’ll be introduced to the story of Daniel as we challenge students to prioritize the ways of God instead of the ways of the world.
THE BIG IDEA: Fill up on God first.
THE BIBLE: Daniel 1:1-19; Romans 12:1-2; I John 2:15-17.
Wednesday, May 8
This week, we’ll be introduced to Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego as we help students see that it's easier to be bold together than it is to be bold on our own.
THE BIG IDEA: Be bold together.
THE BIBLE: Daniel 3; Hebrews 10:24.
Sunday, May 12
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
Our Kiddos will be creating gifts and cards for their moms!
Wednesday, May 15
This week, we’ll tell our students the story of Daniel in the lions' den as we help them see that peace can be found even in the darkest moments.
THE BIG IDEA: Choose peace in the pit.
THE BIBLE: Daniel 6; Hebrews 10:23.
Wednesday, May 22
This week, we’ll revisit the stories we’ve already covered in this series as we help students see that they can grow in boldness by practicing boldness, like Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego did.
• THE BIG IDEA: Be bold consistently
THE BIBLE: Daniel 1-3 and 6; I Peter 3:15, Romans 1:16
Sunday, MAY 26
10 AM – 12 PM
The annual--One Spirit Worship with multiple congregations from Whatcom County will be held at Bellingham High School again this Memorial Day weekend.
There will be worship music, Communion, the word proclaimed (by Fred Hartsook), and a chance to participate in the wider Body of Christ. The offering this year will go to support Habitat for Humanity of Whatcom County.
All worshippers are encouraged to bring Peanut Butter to support the Bellingham Food Bank.
All ages are invited and welcome at worship. Nursery care available for children up to 3 years old and Sunday school for children up to 6 years old.