PARENT Connection - Nov 9 - Rivertown Community Church

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PARENT Connection - Nov 9 - Rivertown Community Church
ISSUE NO. 11
RIVERTOWN COMMUNITY CHURCH/NOVEMBER 9/VOLUME 1
Parent
Connection
** As a nonbeliever, you had nothing
to motivate you to live righteously.
You may have searched for purpose
and meaning in life but found nothing
satisfying. As a believer, however,
you are “God’s masterpiece,” which
means that his Spirit is working in your
life to make you more like Christ and
to give you a purpose for living.
Ephesians 2:10 describes part of the
purpose God has for your life as his
child—to do good works by helping
others. The amazing and wonderful
truth about God’s purpose for your life
is that he had plans for you to do good
works long before you even existed.
He has already scheduled the days
and events of your life with the
opportunities to tangibly share his love
with others.
The next time you see a neighbor in
trouble, hear about a friend struggling
with a problem, notice a coworker or
classmate in distress, or see a
stranger who genuinely needs a
helping hand—take hold of this
opportunity God has placed in your
path. Let your “good deeds shine”
because you are his child.
When we take hold of that
opportunity it demonstrates Christ in
your life and ultimately demonstrates
your desire to glorify God.
**Excerpt from the New Believer’s Bible; NLT.
Tyndale Press
NEXT WEEK:
NO SWITCH
SMALL GROUP ACTIVITIES:
ALLmost: Follow Through
This week we will
conclude the series: ALLmost.
While this series has focused on
Checkpoint # 6: Ultimate
Authority, we want the students
to understand what it means to
“love God with all of their
strength.”
It’s not enough for the
students to love God with ALL of
their heart, soul and mind and
then not follow through with what
God has asked them to do.
Loving God with all of their
strength involves action, it
involves obedience.
look at the following verses of
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 9:10 and 1
Samuel 10:7. both of these verses
give a clear picture of how they
are to conduct themselves as
Christians. They can’t simply
come to church or just read their
Bibles, they must take the truths
found in scripture and apply them
to their lives. When they do this it
honor God and it allows the world
to see who it is that is living
inside of them.
You can use the questions
below to facilitate discussion with
your student.
Take time this week to
Questions:
What’s Going On?
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- Facebook: SWITCH.RCC
- Website: www.rivertown.cc/switch
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- Blountstown Football P
Nov 11 – 7pm Home vs. Lafayette Co
- Marianna Football-O
Nov 11 – 7pn Home vs. Holmes Co
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- Liberty County Football –
Nov 11 – OPEN T
- WEWA Football A
Nov 11 – 7pm Away vs. West Gadsden
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T - 6pm - 8pm
SWITCH
Marianna Office: 482-2477
Blountstown Office: 674-5747
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- Are their parts of your life that you
have not completely given over to
God?
- How can you practically
demonstrate who Christ is in your
life?
- In your own words: What does a
Christian look like?
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