Posts by Jenna DuBose (Page 3)

Food for Thought, 03.20.18

Happy Spring! We’ve got some great articles from around the web for your encouragement and growth. How Do We Encourage Our Children to See the Church as Valuable?: “It bears saying that a lot of children – even those who are believers – will go through phases of kicking against the goads. If we really want […]

Sunday Review, 3.18.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared God’s Word with us from John 7:25-36. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Coming & Going. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from […]

Food for Thought, 03.13.18

Several articles from around the web for you this week! 5 Tips for Engaging with Scripture: To love the Lord with all our strength, we must actively engage with Scripture—asking questions, learning contexts, making connections, and reflecting on personal applications of the text. The story of work – and why it’s so complicated for women: “For most […]

Sunday Review, 03.11.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared God’s Word with us from John 7:1-24. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Right Judgement. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from their […]

Sunday Review, 03.04.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Larry shared God’s Word with us from John 6:60-71. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Feast or Starve. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from […]

Food for Thought, 02.27.18

Articles from around the web for your week! 3 Ways to Disciple Our Children in an Age of Confusion: “The culture is speaking loud and clear. We must be louder and clearer. Three ways we can do this well is to tell, tune in, and talk” The Difference Between Guilt and Shame: “Though Guilt and Shame are […]