Youth Group Events Schedule
Youth Group Events Fall 2018
September 14th~ Ultimate Frisbee Golf- Levi and Amy House 7pm
September 21st ~ Campfire at Aslan’s Acres with FNKids. Meet at the land. 7pm
September 28th ~ Willy's Night Levi and Amy's House 7PM
October 5th ~Jacob and Sara Night Levi and Amy's House
October 12th~Willy's NIght Levi and Amy's House 7pm
October 19th ~ Archery Night ~ Levi and Amy House 7pm
October 26th ~ Meeting at Jacob and Sara’s house 7PM
Tuesday, October 30th~ Help with the games for the Kids Costume Carnival ~ 6:00pm at the church.
November 2nd ~ Sign and Ornaments. Levi and Amy House 7pm
November 9th~ Sign and Ornaments. Levi and Amy House 7pm
Sat. November 10th ~ Youth Hunt Meet at the land at 6am. Lunch to follow back at the house.
November 16th~ Thanksgiving Potluck. Share a family tradition and food plus write a thankful list. Dress up as Pilgrims and Indians and will be celebrate what we are thankful for. Levi and Amy House 7pm
November 23rd ~ Happy Thanksgiving. No Youth Group!
Sat. November 24th~ Happy Tree Hunting for the church Meet 8am at church.
Tuesday, November 27th ~ Decorate the church tree. 6:30pm
November 30th~ Talent Show!! Levi and Amy House 7pm
December 7th ~ Dancing at the church. 7pm
Sunday, December 9th ~ Christmas in West Jackson Corners
Have a wonderful Christmas with your family and a Happy New Year. We will see you next year with more fabulous fun and exciting things!
January 11th:The 12th Night Ball 6:30pm The Queen is Emma she will be make a cake with a ring inside for the girls. **Remember this is the first year the king (which is Evan) will make a cake as well for the guys to find a ring. That makes it a new tradition as no one has to “choose.” May the best cake win!
We are moving our homemade gift exchange to the night of our 12th Night Ball.
Just for a fun time bring in a homemade gift under $5 and we will do a gift exchange game.
Allowing God's Marvelous Light to Penetrate Our Dark Soul
It seems as though I have fought such intense battles lately! In fact, it has
seemed that each day is just another part of one continuous battle. When
Christ says that “I am the light of the world”, you have no idea what you are
in for when you embrace Him. His light is so penetrating. I have battled with
sins my whole life. Some I have desired to get rid of immediately, some I have
not. Often I believed a lie that I was a good person and my sins weren’t so bad!
I believed that I deserved some level of success, because of the things that I
have done well in my life. But I have found that the penetrating light of Christ
has revealed new dark crevices in my life. Sins that I have not seen as “so bad”
or sins that I have not really wanted to deal with and when Christ began to shine
his light on those dark places in me, it was alarming, no unnerving, even terrifying.
My flesh fights so hard to stay alive, my old man has such a foot hold in some
places that I did not want even to call those sins what they were! But God’s
glorious, but terrible light has brought me to a new place in which I began to see
all of my world through the lens of what I would lose if I let this sin continue in my
life. It was difficult for me to admit to myself that what I was doing was indeed
EVIL and WICKED. It was nothing that I wanted to admit to, but as Christ shone
his light on me, I found that it was true. Peter says that the Jews are indeed
unique, chosen, set apart nation, which God has used to praise Him through
rescuing them from darkness into his light. 1 Peter 2:9 says, “ But ye are a
chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that
ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into
his marvellous light;” It is in my hope that Christ may use some of the parts of my
journey to help others and that my journey from darkness will indeed bring others
to praise God, as I am learning in a meager way to do each day.