Parent Corner | March 21, 2017
Saturday, April 7th 2-4pm
ZAVAZONE is an indoor adventure park, a unique space dedicated to active fun for people from ages 5 to 105. ZAVAZONE brings together ninja courses, ropes courses, trampolines, climbing challenges, zip lines, and more under ONE soaring roof. Parents, feel free to join in on the fun! If you have any further questions, please reach out to David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where: Zava Zone 40 Southlawn Ct, Rockville, MD 20850
Who: Everyone! (Park is designed for ages +5, ages 3 & below are free)
Please pay with cash the day of the event. If this is an issue, just email David.
*If parents want to participate fully, they will need to pay. If parents will simply be on the floor while monitoring their children, then they will not have to pay.
RSVP: Please rsvp by emailing David at email@example.com.
Waiver: You can fill out a waiver at Zava Zone or online
Family Worship Thrive
April 8th @ 11:15am upstairs in the annex
We will study together what the Bible teaches in how parents should be leading their children spiritually at home, learn the importance of family worship in church history, and then offer practical tips for how parents can lead worship in their homes today. Family Ministry will be going on during this time, so feel free to drop your child off, and come learn about family worship!
Integration Ministry Training: Kids Serving Kids!
April 8th @11:15am in Sanctuary Basement.
One of Family Ministry’s main objectives is to integrate our children into the life of the church. One way in which we seek to accomplish this mission is to give our elementary-aged children opportunities to serve in our family ministry. Our desire is to equip our kids to serve kids! If your child is interested in helping out in family ministry, have them come to this class where we will give them the proper tools necessary to serve in an appropriate age group in Family Ministry.
Family Starting Points
Scripture Memory: Revelation 7:10,12
“Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!…Amen! Blessing and glory and wisdom and thanksgiving and honor and power and might be to our God forever and ever! Amen.”
Big Picture Question: What does the Holy Spirit do? The Holy Spirit helps Christians follow Jesus.
Bible Story: “Peter Heals a Beggar” Acts 3:1-10; 4:5-31
- Peter and John saw a man who could not walk.
- The man asked for money, but Peter gave him something better.
- In the name of Jesus, Peter healed a man who could not walk.
- Peter and John refused to stop talking about Jesus.
Family Discussion Starters:
- Can you think of a time you got something better than you expected?
- Where did the power to heal the man come from?
- How can we help people with the Holy Spirit power today?
- Spend an afternoon volunteering with your family at a homeless shelter or a senior living center. Talk to your kids about the importance of helping those in need.
Acts 7 “Stephen’s Address”
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