High Voltage Kids

On Wednesday nights, from 7:00-8:15 pm, our elementary aged kids enjoy an interactive lesson time using the High Voltage Kids curriculum- which includes high-tech video, graphics, music, and other media elements that kids love.  Our kids go through various lessons series that focus on Christian living, and applying Biblical truths to their everyday lives. 


3 Questions

On Wednesday nights, our elementary aged kids are working a new series called, "3 Questions"  This is a 3 week series that explores the book of Galatians. 


The book of Galatians is one of the letters that Paul wrote to one of the early churches and in it he addresses some very important life issues.  He asks some pointed questions that help expose the issues in the lives of the listeners.


In this series we will focus on these of those questions.  Paul asks, "Am i now trying to win the approval of human beings or God?  This question will help us focus on How God is our primary audience.


The second question Paul asks the Galatians is, "Are you so foolish? After beginning with the Spirit, are you now trying to attain your goal by human effort?"  It is so easy to start to think that WE have the strength to accomplish this life on our own, but we must remember that it is God's strength that will see us through. 


Finally, Paul asks the Galatians, "Have I now become you enemy by telling you the truth?"  Paul reminds us that true friends are willing to tell each other the truth, no matter how difficult it may be.


We invite your kids to join us on Wednesday Nights as we focus on these questions from Paul.   We pray that we learn some valuable lessons as we study the book of Galatians.

Live Like a King!

Starting June, 20th, our Kids will start a new series called, "Life Like a King," a study of the life of Mephibosheth and King David.  


 Mephibosheth was a poor, crippled boy who was the son of Jonathan, one of David’s best friends. David had made a promise to Jonathan before he died that he would take care of Jonathan’s family and show kindness to them for generations to come.


Many years later, David remembers the promise he had made and asks “Is there anyone left in Jonathan’s family that I can show kindness to for Jonathan’s sake?” When he finds out about Mephibosheth, King David ended up bringing him into his own house and making him like one of his own sons.  Mephibosheth went from being a poor crippled boy to Living Like A King.  


In this series, the children will learn many lessons from the story of Mephibosheth. In the first lesson, they will learn how life can sometimes “cripple” us, causing extreme hurt and pain. But, God can restore us and get us back where we belong.


In the second lesson, the children will learn from the example of King David how each one of us should respond to those who are desperate and hurting.  In the third lesson, they will learn how God has adopted each of us into His family, even when our lives were “crippled” by sin.


In the final lesson, the children will learn about the importance of choosing the right friends through the bad example of Ziba, Mephibosheth’s servant.


It is an amazing series that we know your children will enjoy!