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Hey FRC Parents! Happy New Year! Can you believe January is already here? You're probably busy trying to get back into your daily routines and crushing your New Years Resolutions, so we'll try to keep this brief!

Here are a few things coming up in our ministry . . .

JOIN US TONIGHT (JAN. 8th) @ 6:30 PM: 
CHURCH WIDE WINTER KICK OFF

All ages are welcome this Wednesday as we join together for a time of fellowship, games and prayer to launch us into 2020--You won't want to miss this!! 
 

REMINDER- NO SUNDAY SCHOOL ON SUNDAY, JAN. 19TH

There will be no Sunday School classes on Sunday, Jan.19th due to our combined service (9AM) followed by the Annual Congregational Meeting. There will be a movie and several quiet activities available for kids during the meeting. Sunday School will resume at the normal time the following Sunday. 
 

FRC MIDWEEK
BLAST OFF:
A 3-WEEK SERIES ON SPIRITUAL GROWTH 
(LAUNCHES JAN. 15TH)

SERIES OVERVIEW:
If you’re a grown-up and you’ve been following Jesus for a while, you’ve probably figured out a few ways to grow spiritually. The kids you're parenting or leading, on the other hand, aren’t grown-ups, so they might need a little help from you to figure out how, exactly, to grow spiritually. So what should spiritual growth look like for a kid? We like to think about it in terms of four spiritual habits. To help a kid grow spiritually, teach them to spend time with God, spend time with others, use their gifts, and share their story.

SUNDAY SCHOOL
LET'S FACE IT:
A 3-WEEK SERIES ON HOW SIN AFFECTS US

SERIES OVERVIEW:
When people say “let’s face it,” what they mean is “let’s be painfully honest.” During the “Let’s Face It” series, we’re going to be “painfully honest” about how sin affects us, but we’ll also be honest about the power that Jesus has to forgive us and change our lives. And here’s the really fun part—during “Let’s Face It,” we’ll be taking the expression a bit more literally. Kids will get to use their artistic talents to create and wear fun masks for the telling of the Big Bible Story.

When's the last time you told your kid about your journey of faith? Have you ever told them what you thought about God when you were their age, or when you first heard about Jesus? Do you talk with them about who God is to you today? If it's been a while, start that conversation with your kid this month. Tell them your story of faith for two reasons:
1) Because it will help your kid's faith grow.
2) Because it will help your faith grow too!

If you're looking for more help when it comes to leading your kids spiritually, check out this book by Natalie Frisk. It's called Raising Disciples, and it's a good one!

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