Who's in the lead? Is it you? Is it someone else?
We're all leaders and followers. Kids influence others and follow those who influence them. "In the Lead" is a series designed to help kids be godly and wise leaders to others, while at the same time being wise about the people they follow.
Week 3: We are called to be obedient to our leaders. Show love, respect, and obedience to God. Follow and obey the trusted leaders He's given you with a great attitude!
Click here for documents: Konnect Card
In this series, "Dreams Come True," we will study the life of Joseph - from his imprisonment in Egypt to his God-given ability to interpret dreams!
In week 3, we will see even with Joseph's rise to power, he stayed faithful to the man God had called him to be by being true to the image God had put before him. When you look in a mirror, it copies your face so you can see yourself. Be a mirror of Jesus. Copy Him! Then your friends can copy you, and they'll look like Jesus, too.
Click here for document: Adventure Book
Join us this Sunday, August 9th, as begin our new series "Social Faith: Living Out Your Christianity Online." Social media can be a useful tool to spread the love of Christ and to enjoy sweet, everyday moments with family and friends. We must always remain aware of the positive and negative effects that social media can have on our faith, our relationships, and our overall character and integrity.
This series will walk us through the positive and negative effects that social media can have on our faith, our relationships, and our overall character and integrity. We will discuss common bad practices seen in online behavior, the balance of physical community and online community, the proper treatment of others online, and social media evangelism.
The way we treat people online should be no different than how we treat people in our presence. Choose your words wisely online.
Service times are at 9:00am and 11:00am. Look forward to seeing you there! Invite a friend!
For those who can't make it out or are uncomfortable being out at this time, we will be live-streaming the service online at Open Road Fellowship.
The Open Road Growth Track exists to help you discover and develop your redemptive purpose and live the full life God created for you. The Open Road Growth Track is made up of four steps to guide you through this journey:
Make sure and register because lunch is provided.
Our series this month is "Stronger." Chris and the students will take a look at four major ideas when it comes to failure, pain, hurt, and loss. An unfortunate reality is that ever since Adam and Eve got kicked out of the garden, people have experienced all these emotions, feelings, or events and that will not stop at our generation or the next.
We've been talking about what we can do when we face losses, challenges, or failures, but today we don't want to talk about your hurt and pain. Today we are going to talk about what we do when others are hurting. After Jesus died, rose again, and left earth, Jesus' followers were being capture, imprisoned, tortured, and killed. The apostle Paul wrote them a letter to encourage them and encouraged them to "Love each other. Take care of each other." We know life can get difficult sometimes, both for us and people we love. But when it does, I hope you'll remember this: when life goes wrong, God gives us each other.
Join us in Hangar 316 as we study from the Word of God to grow as the "sons and daughters of God." We also will take time out for some fun and games, relaxing and connecting with each other. See ya' there!!
SERVE - that's what we do. For August, we will be helping Men of Courage Louisiana conduct a block party in the Old Bossier Community around Bossier Elementary. Men of Courage invests a lot of energy for the Gospel in that area, and we're going to help. We'll be providing lunch and a kids' area—all hands on deck for this one.
Men of Courage Louisiana has developed an urban farm in the community called Cumberland Farms to bring a sense of community back to this declined area. Reconciling this neighborhood for the Gospel is their primary concern. You can learn more about Cumberland Farms and how you can help by going to their Facebook Page or their website.
Our plans, for now, is to the cooking team prepare chicken plates. We'll need servers to serve the lunch. Open Road Kids and Open Road Students will provide a kids area. And because of limited parking, we will use our bus to help shuttle people from Bossier Elementary to Cumberland Farms.
When men begin honoring God by surrendering their hearts and lives to Him, the entire family changes... and when whole families change through a husband & father living these values and beliefs daily, it creates a priceless legacy that will resonate for years to come.
So, save the date and join us for the 3rd Anniversary of Man Church @ The Stable where you'll receive a...
For guys of ALL ages (12-120), so make sure to bring a friend!