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Weekly Youth Update: 8/24-8/30


What a week! This past Sunday, we hosted our third annual Fall Out of Summer Spectacular! We had a great showing from the community of children and youth joining us for games, food, and school supplies. Most importantly, we gathered students into small groups to share the Gospel by giving them a wristband which will help them remember Jesus’ death and resurrection and tell it to others! Over the past two years, God has mightily used this event to give us new relationships with the community and we pray this continues this year.

This Wednesday, the youth will begin our study through 1 John. I am extremely excited to begin this journey through this crucial book of the Bible which will help us understand Jesus’ work for us, the life and evidence of a true Christian, and the assurance we can have in our relationship with God! Bible study is Wednesday night, 6:30-7:30 pm, in the Loft of the Family Life Center. The gym will open at 6:00 beforehand for anyone wanting to hang out!

Next Saturday, September 5, the youth will head to Clemson for the start of college football season as Clemson takes on Wofford in Death Valley! Tickets are limited, first come-first serve, and $10 each. In order to reserve a ticket, please pick up a trip packet from me and return the medical release and permission forms by this Wednesday, August 26. We will have a brief parent-student meeting at 5:30 pm, Wednesday, September 2, for those attending

If you have any questions, please email me at jason@homelandparkbc.org!


Jason

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