Children's Ministry

by Ellen Dillard

Overnight camp to grow deeper in our love 
for Jesus
and stronger in our friendships

Date:  November 2 and 3
Where:  Pine Springs Camp, Jennerstown, PA
Cost:  $55— price includes lodging, food, activities

When Jesus was a boy, He grew in wisdom. God wants us to discover wisdom, too. When we make the wise choice, we reflect the character of Jesus to people around us. That’s why giving kids a strong foundation of wisdom is important. We want them to be equipped to face whatever choices they may need to make in the future.

Wisdom is more than just being smart. It’s more than knowing the difference between right and wrong. Wisdom means learning how to see life from God’s perspective. It’s finding out what you should do . . . and doing it! Since God is the source of all wisdom, we want kids to understand that they can always go to Him to find it. We’ve got to go on “The Hunt” because His wisdom is worth searching for.

 “For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding the promise for both the present life and the life to come.”  1 Timothy 4:8a

Growing in faith takes time and effort. There are four faith skills that every kid can learn and practice to help them grow in their relationship with Jesus. They are: Hear, Pray, Talk, Live. 

HEAR: Listen to God’s Word.
When we read the Bible and listen to what God has to tell us through His Word, we learn we can trust God no matter what.

PRAY: Dialogue with God.
Through prayer we connect with God. We show gratitude, say we’re sorry, and express our feelings to God.

TALK: Articulate your faith.
When we talk about our faith, we learn more about God and can tell others about Jesus.

LIVE: Worship with your life.
Worshipping God is more than just singing songs. Worship is about living life in a way that honors God.
These four faith skills have the potential to create an incredible spiritual foundation in the lives and futures of your kids.  Read more HERE.

Shout Out…

To the Kidz Club Taco Kitchen Team
Thank you for serving us Tacos once a month!
They are delicious, and you are the BEST!!!
We couldn’t do it without our Kitchen Teams!!

 “Back to School Meltdown”

This special evening for 5th graders was hosted by Hebron’s 5th Grade Girls Small Group Leaders  - Cindy Painter and Jen Stolarz. The girls gathered at Miss Jen’s house to reconnect and get excited for the new small group year, play some games and roast marshmallows. It was a great way to kick off the year! Thank you Miss Cindy and Miss Jen!