Life doesn’t care who you are or what you’ve done. Nothing hits harder than life. You’re either coming out of a fight, in the middle of one, or preparing to go into one. This is an event to awaken and empower the heart of every man to train and to fight for what matters most. This will not be your standard, run-of-the-mill, kumbaya men’s event. Being a great man doesn’t just happen. You train for it. Daily. Fight for what matters most. No matter what season of life you’re in, young and old, embrace the fight. Let’s get after it!
This is an event for middle school and high school (6th-12th grade) girls, designed to help them take steps in their discipleship journey and become rooted in their true identity in Christ. This event will include worship, large group sessions with guest speakers and break-out sessions as well as a lot of fun activities and prizes on Friday night 7:00-9:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Registration is $10. For more information, contact Lisa Jenkins: email@example.com or 355.0123 x3007.
“Loving what you do” matters to people whether it’s their vocation, schoolwork, or personal ministry. When we know, understand, and use our GPS (gifts, passions, and strengths) which God has entrusted to us, the work becomes life-giving. When we are not putting our GPS to work, our work becomes just another life-draining job. At GPS, you can expect to: Discover what your spiritual gifts, personal passions, and strengths are in a way that is easy to understand. Learn what each element of your GPS means in your day-to-day life. Incorporate your GPS into the life of your vocation, schoolwork, and personal ministry within our church. The “win” for GPS is that you don’t have to feel like, as the GPS says, “recalculating.” God’s will for your life is already in you. GPS will help you find and follow it. This event consists of a one-time seminar and a 3 week small group (Sundays, November 3-17). Register here and pay $15 for meal & book fee. Led by Joe Cox: firstname.lastname@example.org or 717.4772.