Last weekend the youth group set off to Sacramento for a teen convention. It featured Phil Joel, Group 1 crew, Thousand Foot Crutch, and Building 429. There was also some amazing speakers such as Joel and Casey Johnson and Ron Luce. It was a truly moving weekend and brought the people in the youth group even closer together.
Friday, April 10, 2009
Posted by Abbie at 6:52 PM
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Last Sunday we said goodbye to a great and long time member, Dave Montoya. He'd been playing the drums for us, for 8 long and happy years. He is moving to New Mexico and we wish him well!
Posted by Abbie at 6:05 PM
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Today the youth group held a soup fundraiser after church today in the social hall. The 412 crew worked hard scooping soup, slicing pie, greeting people, pouring coffee, water,and other drinks, cleaning up, and working the room. Thanks to all who gave donations and those who cooked and donated the soup. All together we raised $600. Thanks so much to everyone! Good work youth group!
Posted by Abbie at 3:40 PM
Thursday, March 5, 2009
I have redone the site with a new gadget featuring a different verse everyday. Also I have uploaded a new background that is really cute.
Posted by Abbie at 7:49 PM
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Hello everyone. How have you all been doing lately? This Sunday we had a very good sermon on Sunday about wisdom that we could all benefit from. Here are some things that we should remember about wisdom.
God's Aim :
-That would be... not lacking anything, even wisdom.
God's Working In Our Lives To :
-And To Enlarge The Room In Our Hearts For Him
What is Wisdom?
-The God-Given understanding that enables a person to avoid the paths of wickedness and to live a life of righteousness.
-Seeing life through God's perspective.
The Value Of Wisdom
-Better than the finest riches (Prov. 8:11)
-It will make parents proud. (Prov. 15-20)
-It will save your life. (Prov. 2:12)
These are just a few things that we should remember about wisdom. Wishing everyone a happy New Year! Hope all are well.
Posted by Abbie at 9:17 PM