This Week in Village Kids - March Week 3
We were made in the image of God, to love God and love others in a unique way. As we learn about individuality, we’ll discover who we're meant to be.
Life App: Individuality - Discovering who you are meant to be
Bottom Line: God made me to make a difference.
Key Question: How can you make a difference right now?
K - 1st: Parent Cue | GodTime
2nd - 3rd: Parent Cue | GodTime
Preteen (4th - 5th): Parent Cue | GodTime
Family Baptism Celebration
Sunday, March 24th
5:00 PM in the Village Church Auditorium
If your child put their trust in Jesus Christ and believes in Him as the One who forgives their sins and makes it possible for them to know God, we are so proud of them! There is no greater decision your child could ever make.
We believe that baptism is an important next step for them. Baptism is a way of telling friends and family, "Hey! I'm a follower of Jesus!"
Our baptisms take place at an event called Family Baptism Celebration. It is a party where we celebrate your child entering God's family, and they are the main event!
If your child is interested in learning more or participating in Family Baptism Celebration, please talk to Hilary Bond, our Family Ministry Director, or email us!
From Parent Cue:
HOW TO COMMUNICATE IN A WAY THAT VALUES YOUR RELATIONSHIPS
By Carey Nieuwhof
I think it's kind of fun that God puts families into a little box called a home—where they bump into each other daily for years on end—and tells them to love each other. Nice experiment.
It's always amazed me that many of us have a tendency to communicate least graciously with the people who are closest to us. When you are in close quarters, small irritants often become large issues, and we end up speaking to our family in a way we would never communicate with anyone else. And who are we often most kind toward? Perfect strangers. Go figure.
How we communicate is as or more important than what we communicate. I'm not saying truth doesn't matter (it does), but isn't it true that sometimes you can say exactly the right thing in precisely the wrong way? . . .
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