We know that during times of stress it can be difficult to continue to give to your church, but we encourage each of you as you are able to continue to do so. For those of you who already participate in online giving, nothing about the process will change while we are not meeting in person. See below for the link to our giving page.
For those of you who typically give in person, we would encourage you to look into online giving if you are comfortable with that. If not, you can mail in a check to us at:
8950 Airport Blvd
Mobile, AL 36608
Hello everyone! This week would have been our 2nd birthday as a church family!!! This is a monumental occasion. While we can’t celebrate it together right now, we can celebrate. Pastor Justin has some encouraging words this morning from scripture about how we can celebrate what matters most in our lives no matter what is going on. As you listen to our message this week I encourage you to gather your little ones around and listen as a family. We know how hard it can be to hold their attention so below are some questions your can use to keep them in the loop. Kids love to offer their opinions and this gives parents a unique view into their child’s heart. This experience will undoubtedly make some wonderful memories for our children and us to share.
1. What are some of your favorite birthday memories? (Parents, share with your kids a story about something they did when they were 2.)
2. At what age do you think people go from being a kid to being a “grown-up”? What makes a person a “grown-up”?
3. What makes a person a Christian? What do Christians do?
4. Do you think that doing more with the church makes you a better Christian? Why or why not?
5. How do you think you can become closer to God? Why is this important?
6. What are some things you can do to grow closer to God?
7. Parents, try and encourage your kids to devote a small amount of time each day to growing closer to God. You can pray, read scripture together or spend some quiet time outside enjoying God’s creation. Remember kids are always watching so a great way to teach them is to lead by example.