This Sunday at MSM Sunday morning we will look at Gideon and how it’s not all about winning. Sometimes you have to ask yourself “What next?” even after a victory. No small groups on Sunday February 3rd because of the Super Bowl.
Join us this Sunday as Josh continues the “I can be…” series with, I can be forgiven. We will dive into how God wants us to forgive others and how to forgive ourselves.
This week for MSM Sunday morning we continue our sermon series “You Can Be….” with a message by Patrosky on how you can be family. In the Bible, we see the concept of family stretching farther than just mother, father, brother, sister, etc… This week we will look at how God calls all who believe … Continue reading
As we leave 2018 and step into 2019, it provides us with the perfect opportunity to leave parts of our old selves behind and cling to the good things God has called us to be. This week in Middle School, we start a new series called “You can be…” where we will look at 4 … Continue reading
Last week at MSM Sunday morning, Patrosky introduced three guardrails to put around dating. This week, he will continue that discussion with the Biblical reasons why each of those guardrails should exist. There will be no small groups on Sunday evening, December 23. But we will be meeting the following Sunday December 30.
This week at MSM Sunday morning, Patrosky will wrap up our “Guardrails” series with a discussion about Dating. Relationships both platonic and romantic are often a catalyst for spiritual growth or decay. So it’s important that we understand what it looks like to set proper boundaries or guardrails to ensure we continue to stay healthy.
Join us Sunday morning for the continuation of our “Guardrails” series as Patrosky speaks on friendships and how we create standards for ourselves that carry over to our friendships.
This week at MSM Sunday morning, we wrap up our “Reset” series with a message from Pastor Dave Stevanus. He will be speaking about how things will come and go, places are what we make of them but people matter the most. And how can we ‘hit the reset button’ with people and how we … Continue reading
Join us for more on our “Reset” series as middle school parent, Erica Herzog shares with us how she learned to stop worrying so much about what others thought of her and instead focus on who God made her to be.
This week in MSM we’re continuing to look at Daniel and how he remained faithful to the teachings of God choosing not to conform to the patterns of this world. Through Daniel’s faithfulness he swayed the opinions of those around him and the Lord gave him favor and greater knowledge and understanding.