How would you like to help form the faith of your children, youth, young adults, adults, families, and neighbors in ways that are life-giving, relevant, and practical? Often the first step is to talk about it; you simply have to “put it out there” and “start the conversation!”
You know it; we all know it: the church competes in this season with the cultural push to buy, do, and rush, but our faith tells us to wait, prepare, and reflect. It can easily become overwhelming for families and teens to try to be all and do all that is expected of them to… Read more »
On November 1, All Saints’ Day is a day we celebrate believers of every time. It’s often a day we honor the faithful who have died during the past year in our own church communities. It’s a day of gratefulness for those that have passed away who shared their faith with us, and a time… Read more »
College can be an exciting and terrifying time for a young person. A simple, fun, practical and thoughtful care package can transmit great love and care for those young adults away from home or post youth group. This Quicksheet features a list of items that can easily be put in a care package a couple… Read more »
“Let My People Go” is an excellent bible study written by Rebecca Barnes, Coordinator of the Presbyterian Hunger Program. This bible study invites a group of young people to examine the theological issues and conversations surrounding ecological justice, fairness and discipleship. “Let My People Go” is the final bible study prepared for youth and adults… Read more »
Quicksheets: Youth 65 Youth in the Church and the World SUNDAY is August 20th. Many people will celebrate “Youth Sunday” on August 20th – our new Quicksheet, Quicksheet #65 features a fun and creative Order of Worship called “Noise.” Looking for a Youth Sunday resource, with already written prayers and ideas.
“By grace you have been saved through faith.” —Eph. 2:8