Parent Cue 10.17.18

TONIGHT!!!

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WE CANNOT WAIT TO SEE YOU TONIGHT !! We have been preparing and praying for this. We hope that you leave encouraged and excited about what God is doing in the lives of your students.

I know that in the blog last week, we gave you a run down of the evening- here are just a few reminders:

6:30 - 7:00 pm

Come in with your student and you can either spend this time with your student - we want you to be a part of that as much as you feel comfortable! There will also be a parent lounge in room 417 (located near the East Ridge Entrance) that will allow you to eat pizza and snacks, get to know our ministry, and connect with other parents!

7:00 - 7:30 pm

Next, we'll head to the SMC for worship! We'll sing some songs and go over some announcements. You also may get called up to play a stage game against some students to show them who’s boss!

7:30 - 8:00 pm

After worship, our students will head to the gym for their teaching session, and parents will stay in the SMC for a session lead by Graham and Joe.

8:00 - 8:30 pm

Here is your time to connect with small group leaders! During this time, our small group leaders will be stationed throughout the church auditorium and hallway ready to connect with you. 

It’s going to be an amazing night !!

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While the parents stay in the SMC, students will head to the gym to continue in our series Wrong…Right? - Fight For Justice. Looking at the life of Joseph, your students will learn that even when they face unjust treatment, God is still just and even though they’ve been wronged, God has never wronged them!

BOTTOM LINE: When we're treated unjustly, God is still just!!!

ASK THIS:

  1. Why is it hard to forgive people that have wronged you?

  2. What are some ways you can start the process of forgiveness?

  3. Does knowing that God is making wrong things right encourage you to forgive? Why? Why not?

  4. What does “God being just, even when we are treated unjustly” mean to you?

  5. Can I pray for a specific relationship that needs to be fixed?