Parent Conversation Guide (3.9.21)
March 8th, 2021
Passage: John 13:21-30Overview:Jesus has spent a long week teaching and making the religious leaders even more frustrated with Him. It is now Thursday so Jesus had His disciples are making preparations for their Passover meal together. However, Jesus is aware that Judas is making plans to betray Jesus. What does Jesus do? How does He treat Judas? It would have been very easy for Jesus to expose Ju...
Parent Conversation Guide (3.3.21)
March 3rd, 2021
Passage: John 12:12-14Overview:Jesus arrives in Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. Thousands of people rush to meet Him waving palm branches and shouting “Hosanna!” Both the palm branches and the cries of the people displayed their desire for Jesus, as their Messiah, to crush their Roman oppressors and sit on the throne in Jerusalem. However, Jesus was on a different road. Jesus arrives in Jerusalem on Lam...
Parent Conversation Guide (2.22.21)
February 23rd, 2021
Passage: Luke 15:11-32Overview:This familiar passage from Luke about the prodigal son is a wonderful picture of God's love for us despite our failings. Last week we talked about waiting on God, but from this parable Jesus lays how God feels while he is anxiously waiting for us to return to trusting His way and His love. The son was convinced he could never be a son to his father again, but he was ...
Parent Conversation Guide (2.15.21)
February 15th, 2021
Jesus didn't come to their rescue when they needed Him the most, but they didn't allow their disappointment to turn into doubt....
Parent Conversation Guide (1.27.21)
January 25th, 2021
Passage: Hebrews 10:19-25Overview: This week in TYC we are talking about "My Place" from the book of Hebrews. As followers of Jesus, our lives aren't meant to be lived alone or in isolation, we need community, but also the community needs us. We are going to highlight three responsibilities we have as followers of Jesus to other followers of Jesus. Those responsibilities are to grow personally, st...
Making Plans
December 30th, 2020
2020 was a year where making plans just never ended well. It was certainly a year of changes, adjustment, and re-adjustments. It was a year when plans ‘B’ and ‘C’ seemed like really good ideas, but never worked out. 2020 is a year that made us have to go with the flow and trust in God’s plans rather than our own. That being said, as we look to 2021, we should continue to make plans....
Overwhelmed
December 10th, 2020
How do I send my kids back to school? Will they be safe? Will they be uncomfortable? Do we make them wear a mask? Is that safe and healthy? Do I need to keep them home? Will they be allowed to play their favorite sport or be involved in their favorite activity? Will I get a break from all of this soon? I'm sure that as our school districts have begun to release their guidelines for the fall, many ...