January 18, 2018
UPDATE: Due to feedback from some of you, I have decided to move the leader meeting moved to Tuesday, January 30 at 6pm. I will provide dinner.
New Years resolutions are hard to keep, but we’ve got big plans for helping teenagers develop a few habits that will help them grow closer to God than ever before. Starting this week!
Here’s a few things coming up in our ministry . . .
February 4 : Volunteer Meeting
As we dive into the new year, it’s time for another volunteer meeting! We hope to see you there as we learn about THE SELF-AWARE LEADER together.
February 9-10: Design Her
A girls event... more info coming soon.
MAKE IT A HABIT: A 4-WEEK SERIES ON SPIRITUAL HABITS
WEEK 3 BIG IDEA: Sharing your story can grow faith in God's story.
If you’re an adult, the idea of spiritual habits is probably pretty familiar to you. Spiritual disciplines, quiet time, devotions — whatever you call it, you’ve probably established at least a few rhythms that help you grow spiritually. (Or, at least, you’re working on it.) The teenagers in your ministry, on the other hand, might need a little help from you to figure out how, exactly, to grow spiritually. So in this 4-week series, you’ll help your students discover four habits that can help them grow spiritually. The four habits we’ll cover are Spending Time with God, Spending Time with Others, Sharing Your Story, and Using Your Gifts. By introducing these habits to your students now, you’ll help set them up for a lifetime of spiritual growth.
This week, we’ll be having conversations with teenagers about how sharing your story can grow your faith in God’s story.
Starting a conversation with a teenager (or a whole small group of them) can be hard sometimes. If you need a little help or inspiration to get started, here you go. Click here to watch now.
Have you ever shared your story with a teenager in our ministry? How’d it go? Hit Reply on this email to tell us what you think!