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Parents' Corner | September 2, 2019

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Dear Parents, Paul wrote his letter to the church at Colossae not long after he arrived in Rome as a prisoner. The letter served to correct false teaching in the church and to encourage right living among believers. Focus on verses 15-20, in which Paul described who Jesus is. Paul's teaching to the Colossians was important because the believers were trying to figure out ...

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Linger with God This Fall

We often neglect our most important relationships. God is with you, right now. Are you ignoring Him? He's walking with you on the path He's laid out. That's why it's the right path: His Son gave His life, and rose to life, in order to walk it with you. Are you in step with Him? Here's a simple way to become aware of and in step with your Father this season. You will wa...

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Parents' Corner | August 26, 2018

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Dear Parents, Paul was in Roman custody because the Jews said things about Paul that were untrue. Paul had stood before rulers in Caesarea and invoked his right as a Roman citizen to appeal to Caesar. So Festus the governor arranged for Paul to go to Rome. Paul got onto a ship going toward Rome. As if Paul's journey to Rome had not already been delayed and complicated eno...

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Parents' Corner | August 19, 2018

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Dear Parents, Paul was in custody in Caesarea, the capital of the Roman province of Judea. The Jewish leaders had brought serious charges against him, so Paul now stood before Felix, the governor. Felix listened to Paul's defense but delayed a ruling. He met with Paul off and on for two years. When his time as governor ended, Felix left Paul in prison because he did not w...

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Parents' Corner | August 12, 2018

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Dear Parents, This unit we will be talking about God's plan for Paul, who had devoted his life to preaching the gospel and planting churches, in a frightening and dangerous position. As Paul's third missionary journey came to an end, a prophet named Agabus warned him that the Jews would seize him in Jerusalem and hand him over to the Gentiles. (See Acts 21:10-11.) 

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Parents' Corner | August, 5 2018

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Dear Parents, It is common to think of faith as something that is just within ustrust and confidence in God. While that is surely part of it, faith doesn't stop there. Faith starts inside of us and always leads to action. The writer of the Book of Hebrews wanted to explain the fullness of faith to the early Jewish Christians. One of the best ways he could do this was to w...

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This past Sunday was a little challenging for our family ministry. Early Saturday morning, we learned that most of the downstairs area we use for family ministry had water damage. By Saturday afternoon, the carpet was still wet in many places, and it was clear that we would not have a normal family ministry that Sunday. Even with an abnormal space, the family ministry pul...

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Parents' Corner | July 22, 2018

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Dear Parents, Paul knew that following Jesus is difficult. After Paul met Jesus on the road to Damascus, his life was turned upside down and he was never the same. Paul spent the rest of his life struggling and suffering to advance the very gospel that he had denied and fought against before his conversion. Paul was in prison when he wrote his letter to the believers at...

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Parents' Corner | July 22, 2018

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Dear Parents, Paul knew that following Jesus is difficult. After Paul met Jesus on the road to Damascus, his life was turned upside down and he was never the same. Paul spent the rest of his life struggling and suffering to advance the very gospel that he had denied and fought against before his conversion. Paul was in prison when he wrote his letter to the believers at...

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Serve with Peace City | LACES Camp

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This summer L.A.C.E.S., an organization we partner with, will be hosting a Refugee Youth Soccer Camp in Hyattsville, MD. This is a fun opportunity for children from all nations and languages to unite over the common language of soccer.They will be providing a soccer camp that is fun, interactive and meaningful for refugee youth ages 9-14. Want to be part of the camp? They ...

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